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martes, 25 de septiembre de 2018

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¡Hola a todos! Hoy os quiero hablar de una joyería online que he descubierto hace poquito y me ha gustado mucho. Se trata de Cortés Joyeros, y me gusta porque tienen una selección de productos muy actual pero a unos precios buenísimos. 

Se trata de una joyería online joven, ya que empezó su andadura en 2015 vendiendo para otros portales, y que debido al gran éxito crearon su propia web. Y es que los precios son inmejorables para  unos productos de calidad, ya que podéis encontrar piezas de plata desde 10 euros. Una pasada ¿verdad? Además, ahora podéis encontrar también joyas personalizadas con vuestro nombre o inicial, que ya sabéis que son pura tendencia. 

He hecho para vosotros una selección con mis productos favoritos de la web, desde pendientes con estrellitas, la pulsera mapamundi que me chifla hasta la mano de Fátima  ¡los quiero todos! ¿Qué os parecen? No dudéis en visitar su web.



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  5. ¡Me encantan! Sobre todo la pulsera del mundo, una preciosidad. Este tipo de joyas sencillas son las que son realmente tendencia ahora mismo. Y aunque parezcan muy simples, tienen su técnica, aquí te explicamos como llevarlas y aplicar la técnica del "layering" https://www.nosinmiclon.es/joyas-minimalistas-tendencia-outfits-influencers/ ;)

    Besos :)

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  7. Indian tech ministry officials met with senior WhatsApp executives thisweek to ask the Facebook unit to start tracing the origins of misinformation spread through its messaging platform, a senior government official said on Friday.

    WhatsApp has been working to curb the circulation of what technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad termed "sinister" content in India, the firm's biggest market where it boasts over220 million users.

    Such misinformation has led to the lynching of over 30
    people since January last year, according to data portal IndiaSpend, prompting Prasad to call on WhatsApp to trace its origins.

    WhatsApp has previously declined to trace the origin of messages,
    citing security issues.

    "We have been asking them for traceability," said the official at the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, declining to be identified as the meeting was private. "They (WhatsApp) are non-committal on it but we are forcing this issue."

    WhatsApp was represented by Director & Associate General Counsel Brian Hennessy and one other executive, and said it was working on measures to prevent the spread of misinformation, according to the official.

    "WhatsApp regularly engages with the Government of India to discuss our commitment to maintaining a private and safe platform for people to communicate with one another," the firm said in a statement. "We look forward to continued discussions on how we can work together towards these common goals."

    WhatsApp maintains that building traceability into its messaging service would undermine its private nature and end-to-end encryption, creating the potential for misuse. It has also said it will not weaken the privacy protection it provides.

    The firm has since launched print, radio and television advertising campaigns to educate users on the dangers of misinformation. It is also conducted roadshows in partnership with mobile phone network provider Reliance Jio Infocomm.

    WhatsApp has held digital literacy training for community leaders and law enforcement as well as introduced features on its app such as limits on message forwarding and labels for forwarded messages.

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  8. Indian tech ministry officials met with senior whatsapp executives thisweek to ask the Facebook unit to start tracing the origins of misinformation spread through its messaging platform, a senior government official said on Friday. 
     
    whatsapp  has been working to curb the circulation of what technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad termed "sinister" content in India, the firm's biggest market where it boasts over220 million users. 
     
    Such misinformation has led to the lynching of over 30 
     people since January last year, according to data portal IndiaSpend, prompting Prasad to call on WhatsApp to trace its origins. 
     
    WhatsApp has previously declined to trace the origin of messages, 
    citing security issues. 
     
    "We have been asking them for traceability," said the official at the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, declining to be identified as the meeting was private. "They (WhatsApp) are non-committal on it but we are forcing this issue." 
     
    WhatsApp was represented by Director & Associate General Counsel Brian Hennessy and one other executive, and said it was working on measures to prevent the spread of misinformation, according to the official. 
     
    "WhatsApp regularly engages with the Government of India to discuss our commitment to maintaining a private and safe platform for people to communicate with one another," the firm said in a statement. "We look forward to continued discussions on how we can work together towards these common goals." 
     
    WhatsApp maintains that building traceability into its messaging service would undermine its private nature and end-to-end encryption, creating the potential for misuse. It has also said it will not weaken the privacy protection it provides. 
     
    the firm has since launched print, radio and television advertising campaigns to educate users on the dangers of misinformation. It is also conducted roadshows in partnership with mobile phone network provider Reliance Jio Infocomm. 
     
    WhatsApp has held digital literacy training for community leaders and law enforcement as well as introduced features on its app such as limits on message forwarding and labels for forwarded messages.

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