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sending bulk whatsapp messages will take you to court!

facebook-owned messaging app whatsapp has announced that it will take legal action against individuals and companies, who misuse the app or send messages to a lot of people in violation of its terms and conditions.  

 

sending bulk whatsapp messages will take you to court!

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1

bulk or automated messaging

 

in its updated “unauthorized usage of whatsapp” policy the company has announced that entities or individuals engaged in activities such as sending bulk or automated messaged would face legal action from december 7 onwards. 

 

whatsapp will take legal action against those engaged in or assisting others in the abuse that violates our terms of service, such as automated or bulk messaging, or non-personal use, even if that determination is based on information solely available to us off our platform,” it said. 

 

sending bulk whatsapp messages will take you to court!

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however, the company did not specify what sort of legal action it could take. 

 

whatsapp clearly stared that its products are not intended for bulk or automated messaging and these are against its terms of service. 

 

the update has come as there were reports a few months ago that the whatsapp was misused during lok sabha elections through free clone apps and via a us$14 (rm58) software tool that allowed users to automate the delivery of bulk whatsapp messages. 

 

sending bulk whatsapp messages will take you to court!

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the company has been under fire from the indian government over fake news and false information being circulated on whatsapp. 

 

in a similar crackdown last year, the san francisco-based company had restricted the forwarding of messages to only five users after a spate of mob lynchings were linked to fake messages circulated on whatsapp groups. 

 

the government had issued a stern warning to the company to clamp down on fake messages designed to “provoke” and “instigate” people. 

2

legal and acceptable use.

 

you must access and use our services only for legal, authorized, and acceptable purposes. you will not use (or assist others in using) our services in ways that: 

 

sending bulk whatsapp messages will take you to court!

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  • violate, misappropriate, or infringe the rights of whatsapp, our users, or others, including privacy, publicity, intellectual property, or other proprietary rights; 

  • illegal, obscene, defamatory, threatening, intimidating, harassing, hateful, racially, or ethnically offensive, or instigate or encourage conduct that would be illegal, or otherwise inappropriate, including promoting violent crimes; 

  • involve publishing falsehoods, misrepresentations/misleading statements; 

  • impersonate someone; 

  • involve sending illegal or impermissible communications such as bulk messaging, auto-messaging, auto-dialing, and the like; 

  • involve any non-personal use of our services unless otherwise authorized by us.

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

the health commission of guangdong province issued a dengue fever warning on june 13.

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | 广东省卫生健康委员会

01

high risk in guangdong

 

18 cities in the province reported 240 cases by afternoon on june 13, according to figures released by the provincial health department, compared to 44 cases in the same period last year.

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

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luckily, no deaths have been reported.

 

among them, 9 cases were local infections, including 4 cases in foshan, 2 cases in guangzhou, and 1 case in zhuhai, zhongshan, and jiangmen respectively.

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

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imported infections

 

231 cases in total are imported infections, including 55 cases in guangzhou, 54 cases in shenzhen, 24 cases in foshan, 21 cases in dongguan, 18 cases in zhanjiang, 14 cases in zhuhai, 10 cases in zhongshan and maoming respectively, 5 cases in jieyang, 4 cases in huizhou, 3 cases chaozhou and yangjang respectively, 2 cases in shantou, jiangmen, yunfu and zhaoqing respectively, 1 case in qingyuan and heyuan respectively.

 

cambodia accounts for nearly 70% of the imported cases.

 

02

symptoms

 

many people, especially children and teens, may experience no signs or symptoms during a mild case of dengue fever. when symptoms do occur, they usually begin four to seven days after you are bitten by an infected mosquito.

 

dengue fever causes a high fever and at least two of the following symptoms:

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

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03

how it spreads?

 

dengue often spreads when:

 

  • a mosquito (usually of the aedes species) bites an infected human.

  • this mosquito is now infected with dengue fever. mosquitoes are only carriers of the disease, it does not affect them as it does humans.

  • the mosquito bites a human. that human is now infected with the virus. he or she will then infect any unaffected mosquitoes that bite them.

 

04

protection

 

although no vaccine can protect against dengue fever yet. only avoiding mosquito bites can prevent it!

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

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  • clothing: reduce the amount of skin exposed by wearing long pants, long-sleeved shirts, and socks, tucking pant legs into shoes or socks, and wearing a hat.

  • mosquito repellents: use a repellent with at least 10 percent concentration of diethyltoluamide (deet), or a higher concentration for longer lengths of exposure. avoid using deet on young children.

  • mosquito traps and nets: nets treated with insecticide are more effective, otherwise the mosquito can bite through the net if the person is standing next to it. the insecticide will kill mosquitoes and other insects, and it will repel insects from entering the room.

  • door and window screens: structural barriers, such as screens or netting, can keep mosquitos out.

  • avoid scents: heavily scented soaps and perfumes may attract mosquitos.

  • camping gear: treat clothes, shoes, and camping gear with permethrin, or purchase clothes that have been pretreated.

  • timing: try to avoid being outside at dawn, dusk, and early evening.

  • stagnant water: the aedes mosquito breeds in clean, stagnant water. checking for and removing stagnant water can help reduce the risk.

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | 广东省卫生健康委员会

in short, “dengue fever is a real danger in guangzhou. it’s those giant striped daytime mosquitos that carry it. please be safe out there folks.

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

the health commission of guangdong province issued a dengue fever warning on june 13.

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | 广东省卫生健康委员会

01

high risk in guangdong

 

18 cities in the province reported 240 cases by afternoon on june 13, according to figures released by the provincial health department, compared to 44 cases in the same period last year.

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | google

luckily, no deaths have been reported.

 

among them, 9 cases were local infections, including 4 cases in foshan, 2 cases in guangzhou, and 1 case in zhuhai, zhongshan, and jiangmen respectively.

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | screenshot from wechat group

imported infections

 

231 cases in total are imported infections, including 55 cases in guangzhou, 54 cases in shenzhen, 24 cases in foshan, 21 cases in dongguan, 18 cases in zhanjiang, 14 cases in zhuhai, 10 cases in zhongshan and maoming respectively, 5 cases in jieyang, 4 cases in huizhou, 3 cases chaozhou and yangjang respectively, 2 cases in shantou, jiangmen, yunfu and zhaoqing respectively, 1 case in qingyuan and heyuan respectively.

 

cambodia accounts for nearly 70% of the imported cases.

 

02

symptoms

 

many people, especially children and teens, may experience no signs or symptoms during a mild case of dengue fever. when symptoms do occur, they usually begin four to seven days after you are bitten by an infected mosquito.

 

dengue fever causes a high fever and at least two of the following symptoms:

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | google

03

how it spreads?

 

dengue often spreads when:

 

  • a mosquito (usually of the aedes species) bites an infected human.

  • this mosquito is now infected with dengue fever. mosquitoes are only carriers of the disease, it does not affect them as it does humans.

  • the mosquito bites a human. that human is now infected with the virus. he or she will then infect any unaffected mosquitoes that bite them.

 

04

protection

 

although no vaccine can protect against dengue fever yet. only avoiding mosquito bites can prevent it!

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | google

 

  • clothing: reduce the amount of skin exposed by wearing long pants, long-sleeved shirts, and socks, tucking pant legs into shoes or socks, and wearing a hat.

  • mosquito repellents: use a repellent with at least 10 percent concentration of diethyltoluamide (deet), or a higher concentration for longer lengths of exposure. avoid using deet on young children.

  • mosquito traps and nets: nets treated with insecticide are more effective, otherwise the mosquito can bite through the net if the person is standing next to it. the insecticide will kill mosquitoes and other insects, and it will repel insects from entering the room.

  • door and window screens: structural barriers, such as screens or netting, can keep mosquitos out.

  • avoid scents: heavily scented soaps and perfumes may attract mosquitos.

  • camping gear: treat clothes, shoes, and camping gear with permethrin, or purchase clothes that have been pretreated.

  • timing: try to avoid being outside at dawn, dusk, and early evening.

  • stagnant water: the aedes mosquito breeds in clean, stagnant water. checking for and removing stagnant water can help reduce the risk.

 

dengue fever warning issued by health commission of gd!

© image | 广东省卫生健康委员会

in short, “dengue fever is a real danger in guangzhou. it’s those giant striped daytime mosquitos that carry it. please be safe out there folks.

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

social media users in china are divided over the merits of toilet training after a video was posted online showing an elderly couple pulling out a potty on a beijing bus so their granddaughter could defecate.

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

© image | 北京时间

 

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

the video, which was uploaded to microblogging platform weibo, showed a woman passenger and the couple quarreling on the bus over whether the behavior was acceptable.

 

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

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the woman later took to weibo to give her version of the incident, which happened on wednesday, and began when the grandparents produced a potty and a plastic bag because the little girl needed to relieve herself.

 

the woman wrote that she had told the couple to take the girl off the bus and find a nearby toilet. but her words fell on deaf ears.

 

“at first i said to myself to let it go since she was a little kid after all. but later i had to complain as there was a smell. the old couple began to curse me and criticized me for not showing sympathy for a kid,” she said.

 

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

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an employee from beijing bus hotline, a service platform run by the beijing public transportation group, told online news portal btime.com that normally drivers would suggest passengers leave the bus to find a restroom.

 

but if the passenger says he can’t hold it, we will let him use plastics [on the bus]. anyone will encounter a moment that he wants to use the toilet urgently. we can’t push the passengers out of the bus by force. it’s not humane,” the male employee said.

 

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

china’s online community was divided.

 

a person’s good habits are formed from childhood. although a kid does not have this awareness, adults should have it – it is not civilized behavior to pee or poo in public venues,” one commenter wrote on news website sohu.com. “i definitely would not let my kid do that on buses, subways or public lawns.

 

a weibo user disagreed, saying, “i think all people who have raised a kid can understand this old couple.

 

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

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the old people already used a small toilet and a plastic bag, meaning they were trying to reduce the trouble brought to others. what else do you require them to do?” another commenter said. “it’s hard for you to stay on the bus [due to the smell], but i think you’d better understand them.”

 

there have been several instances in recent years of chinese tourists sparking anger at home and abroad for letting their children relieve themselves in public.

 

chinese child defecates on bus: anger or understand?

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in february, a woman was photographed letting her infant son urinate on the floor of the forbidden city in beijing. and, in 2013, two chinese tourists were arrested for urinating in sydney’s botanical gardens.

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