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Your Aadhaar can be deactivated for these reasons: Here’s how you can reactivate it

Your Aadhaar can be deactivated for these reasons: Here’s how you can reactivate it

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Lately, the 12-digit Aadhaar has emerged as the most important KYC document to be used by various service providers for verifying details of their customers at the time of providing services like mobile connections, banking services etc. It acts as a great convenience to the customers who save considerable time in completing the process physically for the same. Therefore, it is important they ensure that their Aadhaar is active all the time. About 8.1 million Aadhaar numbers have reportedly been deactivated by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). The good news is deactivated Aadhaars can be reactivated. De-activation does not mean cancellation. A cancelled Aadhaar ceases to exist but the deactivated one can be activated by updating the relevant information with UIDAI. Wh...
Facebook Just Introduced A New Feature For Your Security

Facebook Just Introduced A New Feature For Your Security

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Several online platforms are there that offer many types of security features simply to secure or protect their users’ privacy. However, the social media giant Facebook always act in a different way from others. Hence, now it wants to go a little further and will offer its users a shield for their profile photos. The social network giant Facebook has introduced a series of changes in its software aimed at protecting the profile image of users so that it is not possible to copy or share it. This novelty is now available to social network users in India. This Facebook initiative applies to both the desktop version of the social network and the application for mobile devices. It can be activated from the settings menu or through a notification that is shown in the News Feed with the optio
Delete yourself from the internet by pressing this button

Delete yourself from the internet by pressing this button

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The internet can be a beautiful and horrible place at the same time. It’s weird, and sometimes you feel like you want to leave. Sadly, there’s no easy way out — or there wasn’t, until now. Swedish developers Wille Dahlbo and Linus Unnebäck created Deseat.me, a web app that offers a way to wipe your entire existence off the internet in a few clicks. After logging into the website with a Google or Outlook account it scans for apps and services you’ve created an account for, and creates a list of them with easy delete links. Every account it finds gets paired with an easy delete link pointing to the unsubscribe page for that service. Within in a few clicks you’re freed from it, and depending on how long you need to work through the entire list, you can be unwanted-account-free within th