Contact details – Euskal Abereak http://euskalabereak.net/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 02:09:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.2 https://euskalabereak.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/eu-139x136.png Contact details – Euskal Abereak http://euskalabereak.net/ 32 32 How to send WhatsApp message without saving contact details? Read the step by step guide https://euskalabereak.net/how-to-send-whatsapp-message-without-saving-contact-details-read-the-step-by-step-guide/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 16:51:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/how-to-send-whatsapp-message-without-saving-contact-details-read-the-step-by-step-guide/ WhatsApp allows users to send messages to contacts saved on their smartphones. If a user needs to send a text message to another WhatsApp user, the sender should have the recipient’s contact information saved in their smartphone. However, is it possible to send WhatsApp messages without saving another user’s contact details? Yes, a user can […]]]>

WhatsApp allows users to send messages to contacts saved on their smartphones. If a user needs to send a text message to another WhatsApp user, the sender should have the recipient’s contact information saved in their smartphone. However, is it possible to send WhatsApp messages without saving another user’s contact details? Yes, a user can send a message via WhatsApp to another user without saving their contact. Read on to find out more.

Sending a WhatsApp message without the contact details saved on a smartphone is one of the classic WhatsApp tips and tricks. This is the formation of a link that can be sent to other users. Subsequently, anyone with the link can send a message to the recipient of the link. By following the steps below, one can create a WhatsApp inbox link which can then be used to send messages without needing to share contact details.

How to send WhatsApp message without saving contact details?

  • The first way is to use the link https://wa.me/. Using this link, WhatsApp users can text a number without actually saving it to their contact list.
  • All a user needs to do is type the link in a web browser and add the phone number to the end of the link, after the slash.
  • Subsequently, a WhatsApp web page will open and ask for confirmation to send a message to the entered number.
  • By clicking on the message, users will be redirected to a WhatsApp page where they can chat with the contact without needing to save it.

Apart from the above method, one can use applications like Click to chat which will allow a user to directly launch into a WhatsApp chat without having to create personalized links. There is another app called Easy message, which allows a user to directly send a message to a Whatsapp contact by entering the contact number and the message. There is another way to access WhatsApp messages without having the contact saved to a device. By typing a WhatsApp number in Google search, one can click on the three dots and select WhatsApp to directly open a WhatsApp chat. However, this method works on fewer devices.

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Find contact details for any local business on WhatsApp through Wire Business Directory https://euskalabereak.net/find-contact-details-for-any-local-business-on-whatsapp-through-wire-business-directory/ Sat, 11 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/find-contact-details-for-any-local-business-on-whatsapp-through-wire-business-directory/ A local business consultancy firm called Qurious Consulting Pvt Ltd seeks to end the centuries-old tradition of disturbing your friends and relatives in case you need a plumber, mechanic, or any other service. The company launched Wire, a WhatsApp business directory chatbot that registers and lists local businesses and operators, large and small. Before going […]]]>

A local business consultancy firm called Qurious Consulting Pvt Ltd seeks to end the centuries-old tradition of disturbing your friends and relatives in case you need a plumber, mechanic, or any other service. The company launched Wire, a WhatsApp business directory chatbot that registers and lists local businesses and operators, large and small.

Before going any further, I must say that I really like it. Sometimes it seems like we are at the mercy of those around us when it comes to accessing services. If your friends or acquaintances cannot provide you with the contact you need, this is going to be a problem. The other route is to go on the internet and look up the contact information of a company or operators, but this is usually a fluke.

What I mean by that, in most cases there are few companies (especially the little ones) listed online or on social media. Even if they are there, it is very likely that the details are out of date. I have personally been frustrated when I try numbers that are not in service or someone answers me in exasperation and tells me that the person or company I am looking for is no longer using that number.

What Wire is offering here is great because it attacks the problem on a platform that most Zimbabweans have access to and are familiar with. (WhatsApp)

How businesses can register

It may seem counterintuitive to start with the business rather than the prospect. However, we need these guys to become more visible because,

  1. There are a lot of great businesses and independent traders out there that don’t have the visibility they deserve.
  2. Big companies need competition
  3. It would be easier for clients to make price or rate comparisons if they knew more players in the market.

In order for a business to start up, all it needs to do is go to the Wire Business Directory website and register. (connect here). You will then need to enter all the information associated with your organization and click on “Submit”. After that, you will receive a confirmation message from Wire regarding your ad.

Before registering your business, it would be wise to go through Wire Terms of use. I saw a number of “colorful” (for lack of a better word) advertisements for services in WhatsApp groups. So it would be prudent to browse it to see if your particular business fits the scope of the service.

Regarding the cost of a listing, Wire indicates on its website that listing in the directory is free. And your list will be displayed with your phone numbers, social media IDs, web address, location details. (including maps) and e-mail.

The only thing the company is working on is signing up on WhatsApp. Wider Internet services or general data plans are expensive and out of reach for most. Thus, integrating the registration process on WhatsApp would greatly facilitate the task of local businesses, especially smaller ones.

How to access the Wire Business Directory on WhatsApp

To enter the Wire directory, you will need to save the number +263 71 549 0290 and send hello or whatever in the chat. You will then see a message that reads as follows:

Hello, welcome to the Wire business directory. This platform connects you with companies offering the products and services you need across the country. To get started, please select your location below by entering the corresponding number (e.g. 1 for Harare)

0. All cities

1.Harare

2.Bulawayo

Select the region you are in and the chatbot will ask you to enter the name of the company, product or service you are looking for.

So, depending on the service you are looking for, the results listed may vary. However, the folks at Wire have stated that submissions for the lists are very open and they will continue to improve the service.

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A party member must give their contact details under the new regulations https://euskalabereak.net/a-party-member-must-give-their-contact-details-under-the-new-regulations/ Mon, 26 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/a-party-member-must-give-their-contact-details-under-the-new-regulations/ Regulations governing the reopening of indoor dining were signed shortly before midnight Sunday, with small changes from the draft guidelines released on Friday. The new regulations say that only one party member will need to provide contact details for contact tracing, rather than all members of a group. Earlier Sunday, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly called […]]]>

Regulations governing the reopening of indoor dining were signed shortly before midnight Sunday, with small changes from the draft guidelines released on Friday.

The new regulations say that only one party member will need to provide contact details for contact tracing, rather than all members of a group.

Earlier Sunday, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly called on people to “use the same common sense they have throughout this pandemic” as restaurants inside reopen on Monday.

He said “Public health measures are more important than ever as we fight the Delta variant. If people are symptomatic, they should self-isolate and get tested. “

Mr. Donnelly also insisted that “those who are not fully vaccinated should avoid high risk activities. And I encourage everyone to get vaccinated, to help us get back to a more normal life.

He said: “I wish the industry the best of luck as it reopens after such a difficult time.”

His comments came as pubs and restaurants made final preparations for the reopening of indoor meals on Monday for those who are fully vaccinated or have recovered from the Covid-19 virus, as well as children and some members of the staff.

Under the draft guidelines, which was released on Friday, customers are only allowed to remove their masks when seated.

Guests are required to have their Covid digital certificate or Health Service Executive (HSE) vaccination card proving that they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or that they have recovered from the virus.

Diners can include a maximum of six adults with up to nine unvaccinated children. There will be no bar service and all premises will have to close before 11:30 p.m., although this may be reviewed later in the summer, depending on how the program operates.

The hospitality industry has expressed concern about the lack of staff to operate the system, as one of the regulations requires them to have a staff member at each point of entry.

The Grogans pub on South William Street announced on Sunday night that it would not open its doors to customers for indoor service on Monday, due to staff issues.

“Unfortunately due to staff we will not be able to reopen for domestic service from tomorrow, but we hope to do so in the coming weeks,” the pub said via its Twitter account. “We will remain open for foreign service in the future.”

Not open

On Saturday, Restaurants Association of Ireland chief executive Adrian Cummins said he estimates that one in four businesses will not open immediately because it cannot operate as directed and the lack of staff is the most big problem facing the sector.

Restaurants face a staffing “crisis” ahead of the reopening, Cummins said, adding that there would be “start-up problems” when the rules take effect.

The draft guidelines include unexpected requirements, Mr Cummins told the Irish Times, including the need to staff each entry point.

“It’s a huge extra job to have to deal with all the extra entrances to the premises … It’s not what we have been led to believe,” he said.

Business owners are bracing for the reopening, but there will be issues as people get used to the new rules. The association “will see how we are doing” and will evaluate the functioning of the system.

Other business owners will take a “wait and see” approach to returning meals indoors, he said, also noting that some restaurateurs have chosen to wait until all their staff have been vaccinated before they go. to open.

Staffing will be an issue for the industry, as around 30 percent of workers in 2019 were lost.

“There was a shortage of staff before Covid. There is now an absolute crisis in our industry, ”he said.

Mr Cummins is calling on the government to launch a national media campaign to educate people about their homework when they arrive at restaurants and pubs to dine indoors.

“The public must understand what is expected of them when they go out for a meal,” he said, asking people to treat staff in a “calm and respectful manner” as they navigate the immunity proof system.

“Particularly at high risk”

Meanwhile, Orla Hegarty, professor of architecture at University College Dublin, expressed concern that there will not be adequate controls in place to ensure that the air inside restaurants and pubs is not infected.

“We know that under certain conditions it can infect very many people in a very short period of time,” she told RTÉ radio’s Brendan O’Connor show on Saturday.

Restaurants and pubs are “particularly at high risk” in this regard as people go for long periods without wearing masks, she said.

Noting that there are rules for food safety and drinking water, she advocated for rules for clean air.

“The main thing is to prevent epidemics… If an infected person walks in, they can infect someone at their table, but they won’t infect the whole room,” she said.

Professor Hegarty said hospitality workers are not equipped with the appropriate level of personal protective equipment. She noted that she was “totally in favor of opening all these businesses,” but has expressed concerns about the breakdown since last October.

“The difficulty now is that we are opening again with dangerous rules. It would be really unfortunate if they had to close because of this.

Ventilation and filtration are important, and there are many affordable options available, she said, “It’s about measuring the air and making sure it’s clean. “

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Leaked 50,000 contact details related to spyware targeting https://euskalabereak.net/leaked-50000-contact-details-related-to-spyware-targeting/ Mon, 19 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/leaked-50000-contact-details-related-to-spyware-targeting/ Cyber ​​Warfare / Nation State Attacks, Endpoint Security, Fraud Management and Cybercrime “Pegasus Project” Says List Used to Coordinate NSO Group Spyware Attacks Mathew J. Schwartz (euroinfosec) • July 19, 2021 Countries where journalists have been selected as targets (Source: forbidden stories) A leak of 50,000 phone numbers and email addresses led to “Project Pegasus,” […]]]>

Cyber ​​Warfare / Nation State Attacks, Endpoint Security, Fraud Management and Cybercrime

“Pegasus Project” Says List Used to Coordinate NSO Group Spyware Attacks

Mathew J. Schwartz (euroinfosec) •
July 19, 2021

Countries where journalists have been selected as targets (Source: forbidden stories)

A leak of 50,000 phone numbers and email addresses led to “Project Pegasus,” a research effort by a global media consortium that discovered how Pegasus spyware developed by NSO Group is used in the wild.

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The list of contact details was obtained by a French non-profit journalism group Forbidden stories and human rights group Amnesty International. They say it appears to have been used to identify people of interest in 50 countries – including 1,000 people in Europe – who were to be potentially targeted by the Pegasus spyware.

Investigating who is on the target list – and whether they have been targeted – is the raison d’être of the Pegasus Project consortium of 17 media organizations, which conducted months of research and began publishing their findings on Sunday. Amnesty International has not explained how she came into possession of the apparent list of targets.

Pegasus is a remote access tool designed to infect both Android and Apple devices, sometimes through zero-day exploits on the Ether Platform. Developed and sold by Israeli software developer NSO Group, spyware Pegasus – like its rival Candiru, developed by an Israeli company of the same name – can only be exported to countries after approval by the Israeli Defense Ministry. .

Forbidden Stories says that connecting names on the leaked data list with subsequent Pegasus infections can only be done after performing a digital forensic analysis on an individual’s smartphone. When Amnesty International’s tech team performed a digital forensic analysis on 67 smartphones, they discovered that more than half of them appeared to have been infected with Pegasus, some as late as this month, via a “zero click” vulnerability in Apple’s iOS mobile operating system (see: Spyware Exposed Highlights Alleged Apple Zero-Day Flaws).

Spyware created by NSO Group previously used zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple and Android mobile operating systems to help infect target devices with the software, for example, through apps like WhatsApp and iMessage. Once on the device, the spyware has access to full functionality, including the ability to use the microphone, camera, and GPS to track and monitor targets in real time. All information stored on a device, including photographs and contacts, can also be exfiltrated.

Experts say Pegasus only appears to be used in highly targeted attacks. For targets, however, this does not decrease the risk they might face. “The minimal spread of spyware doesn’t make it any less dangerous, for each individual being monitored the extent of privacy damage is certainly very high,” says Jakub Vavra, mobile threat analyst at security software vendor Avast , which develops antivirus tools. .

The power of spyware

This spyware is presented to regulators, lawmakers and officials as necessary to fight criminals, such as drug traffickers, hackers, child sex abusers and terrorists. Companies like NSO Group also say they require customers to agree to terms and conditions that restrict how software gets used to only tackling “serious crime and terrorism.”

But research from Amnesty International as well as the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, which tracks illegal hacking and surveillance, suggests that while many governments are using the software for its stated purpose, some also appear to use it to target others, including executive companies, journalists, activists and human rights defenders.

These long-standing allegations have been made against companies, including NSO Group, which sell spyware to intelligence agencies. But NSO Group has continued to vigorously deny that its software is being misused.

Monday, NSO Group released a statement in response to research on forbidden stories. “Having verified their claims, we strongly deny the false allegations made in their report,” he said.

Many governments, on the other hand, seem reluctant to openly restrict the use of such software. Two years ago, the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression, David Kaye, called for a moratorium on the export of such software until better controls can be put in place.

“The private surveillance industry is a free-for-all,” which has led to the spread “of technology that causes immediate and regular damage to individuals and organizations that are essential to democratic life – journalists, activists, political figures. opposition, lawyers and others, ”Kaye said. “It is time for governments and businesses to recognize their responsibilities and impose tough demands on this industry, in an effort to protect human rights for all.

But no international standards or controls have been put in place. The EU, however, has started to institute export control rules for this technology.

Politicians, journalists, activists included in the list

The leaked list of contact details obtained by Forbidden Stories and Amnesty International includes details of numerous activists, government critics, politicians, business leaders as well as 180 journalists from nearly two dozen countries.

According to the media consortium behind the Pegasus project, analysis of the data suggests that at least 10 governments appear to have submitted names to the list: Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Hungary, India, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Morocco, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia and United States. United Arab Emirates.

The Guardian says some people’s smartphones are known to have been infected with Pegasus just seconds after being added to the leak list.

Journalists on the list include the editor of the UK Financial Times, as well as people working for Agence France-Presse, Al Jazeera, Associated Press, CNN, The Economist, Le Monde, The New York Times, Reuters, the Wall Street Journal and Voice. America, reports the Guardian.

Other people on the list include Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s main rival, Rahul gandhi; Mexican journalist Cecilio Pineda Birto – murdered just one month after his phone number appeared on the list; as well as business leaders, lawyers, academics and government officials, including cabinet officials and heads of state, whom Project Pegasus partners say they want to appoint in the coming days.

In its statement, NSO Group says it has nothing to do with the alleged target selection list, and it says the list of 50,000 phone numbers and email addresses appears to have been obtained from legitimate searches, such as HRL Lookup.

“Such services are open to anyone, anywhere and anytime, and are commonly used by government agencies for many purposes, as well as private businesses around the world,” said NSO Group.

The company says to Guardian: “It is also indisputable that data has many legitimate and very appropriate uses unrelated to surveillance or NSO, so there can be no factual basis to suggest that one use of the data equals sort of like surveillance. “

Terms and conditions

NSO Group’s most recent “Transparency and Accountability Report”, released in June, indicates that the company has 60 clients in 40 countries. An anonymous source told the Guardian that NSO has approximately 45 Pegasus customers, each targeting an average of approximately 112 devices per year.

The number of people named in the list of leaked contact details who could have been targeted using Pegasus remains an open question from Project Pegasus. But Amnesty International’s testing of a small number of devices belonging to those named on the list found that just over half had been infected. Amnesty International’s technical findings have been independently confirmed by Citizen Laboratory.

NSO Group says it has no information on how “government vetted customers” are using its technology. “NSO does not operate the systems it sells to controlled government clients and does not have access to data of its clients’ targets. NSO does not operate its technology, collect, own, or access to any kind of customer data, ”he told The Guardian.

The company told Forbidden Stories that it is investigating all reports of misuse of its software and that it has previously revoked some customers’ ability to use the software. The evidence that such steps were taken, however, appears to be taken in a catch-22 scenario. “Due to contractual and national security considerations, NSO cannot confirm or deny the identity of our government customers, as well as the identities of customers whose systems we have shut down,” the company said.

Following the findings of Project Pegasus, Amnesty International called on the NSO group to crack down on governments that use Pegasus in a way that violates human rights.

“The NSO group must exercise human rights due diligence and take measures to ensure that human rights defenders and journalists do not continue to be the target of unlawful surveillance,” Amnesty International said .

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New manicure implant chip to keep digital coordinates close at hand https://euskalabereak.net/new-manicure-implant-chip-to-keep-digital-coordinates-close-at-hand/ Mon, 12 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/new-manicure-implant-chip-to-keep-digital-coordinates-close-at-hand/ Posted: Jul 12, 2021 2:30 PM CDT Update: Jul 12, 2021 2:51 PM CDT through Alabama News Network Staff A new type of manicure allows clients to keep their digital contact details handy and share the information with others in seconds. Hundreds of clients in Dubai pay for microchip manicures. Hanane Spiers says: “Now if […]]]>

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A new type of manicure allows clients to keep their digital contact details handy and share the information with others in seconds.

Hundreds of clients in Dubai pay for microchip manicures. Hanane Spiers says: “Now if I’m in a noisy place and want to share my Instagram or social media, I say, ‘Scan my finger!'”

The microchip is hidden under a nice varnish and sealed on the nail. Once typed on a smartphone, data is sent in seconds. “This chip now works like a business card. Thus, she can download her website, her accounts on social networks, her name, her contacts, ”explains Nour Makarem, founder of Lamour Beauty Lounge.

Makarem created the high tech nail when the pandemic hit as an experiment on social media to help with social distancing. Like credit cards, the chip works by using near-field communication technology which enables fast, contactless connection to a cell phone.

“It’s a gimmick, as they say right now,” says Spiers. “So it’s the fun and the joys of trying something new. Will it be the future? May be.”

The creators hope so. They have microchipped more than 500 nails to date and hope to tweak the technology to include contactless payments soon.

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Manufacturers also hope to use microchips in restaurants, allowing waiters to keep digital menus close at hand. They claim that the technology used cannot be tracked or hacked, but critics say that every time you carry a device that transmits information wirelessly, you put yourself at risk for privacy.

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AirDrop flaw reveals contact details to strangers nearby https://euskalabereak.net/airdrop-flaw-reveals-contact-details-to-strangers-nearby/ Mon, 26 Apr 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/airdrop-flaw-reveals-contact-details-to-strangers-nearby/ (Pocket-lint) – Apple’s AirDrop feature could expose personal contact details to strangers nearby, a team of researchers said. The file sharing shortcut, available on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, allows users to quickly and easily send photos, documents, and more when another Apple device is nearby. However, computer researchers at Darmstadt Technical University suggested that the […]]]>

(Pocket-lint) – Apple’s AirDrop feature could expose personal contact details to strangers nearby, a team of researchers said.

The file sharing shortcut, available on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, allows users to quickly and easily send photos, documents, and more when another Apple device is nearby.

However, computer researchers at Darmstadt Technical University suggested that the feature had a significant security flaw. In the recently published team paper, it is suggested that strangers near Apple devices with AirDrop enabled can remove email address and phone number information.

Despite notifying Apple of the issue in May 2019, no recognition or fix for the flaw has since been rolled out to around 1.5 billion affected devices, according to the team.

Researchers believe the problem stems from several things.

Firstly, when users with the “Contacts only” option set for AirDrop go to initiate an exchange, their Apple device will quietly request phone number and email address data in a nearby Wi-Fi range to see if it matches their address book.

This means that potentially affected users don’t even need to open an exchange to be affected.

Although this contact data is encrypted, researchers also believe that Apple’s security mechanism is weak.

“The problems discovered are rooted in Apple’s use of hash functions to ‘obscure’ phone numbers and email addresses exchanged during the discovery process,” the researchers said.

“Hashing fails to provide confidentiality-preserving contact discovery because hash values ​​can be quickly reversed using simple techniques such as brute force attacks.”

The team notes that they were able to fix the flaw with a more secure approach – called PrivateDrop – but, Apple apparently not responding to the potential fix, suggests users take their own steps to reduce the chances of their contact information falling into the wrong files. bad hands.

They advise users to turn off AirDrop by going to Settings> General> AirDrop> Receive disabled. The feature can then be activated when really needed.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s contact details included in Facebook leak https://euskalabereak.net/mark-zuckerbergs-contact-details-included-in-facebook-leak/ Wed, 07 Apr 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/mark-zuckerbergs-contact-details-included-in-facebook-leak/ Mark Zuckerberg’s contact details have been included in the leaked records of more than 500 million Facebook users, it has been revealed … Background The leaked data was reported over the weekend by a security company. The phone numbers and personal data of more than 533 million Facebook users were posted online for free by […]]]>

Mark Zuckerberg’s contact details have been included in the leaked records of more than 500 million Facebook users, it has been revealed …

Background

The leaked data was reported over the weekend by a security company.

The phone numbers and personal data of more than 533 million Facebook users were posted online for free by a user in a low-level hacking forum, according to Business Insider. At least 100 countries are included in the leak, with data from 32 million users in the US and 11 million users in the UK.

This violation includes phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, dates of birth, biographies, and in some cases, email addresses.

We later learned that the breach did indeed occur in 2019 and that you can check if your contact details were included.

  • Head toward haveibeenpwned.com on your phone or desktop.
  • Enter your email id.
  • If your email has been compromised, you will receive a warning to change the password and enable two-factor authentication. You can also scroll down to see any violations that may have included your credentials linked to the email address you entered.

Facebook has now revealed that the privacy breach occurred due to a bug in a tool it offered to import contacts.

We believe that the data in question was pulled from the Facebook profiles of people by malicious actors using our contact importer before September 2019. This feature was designed to help people easily find their friends to connect with on our services by using their contact lists.

When we learned how malicious actors were using this feature in 2019, we made changes to the Contact Importer. In this case, we have updated it to prevent malicious actors from using software to imitate our app and download a large number of phone numbers to see which ones match Facebook users. With the previous functionality, they could query a set of user profiles and get a limited set of information about the users included in their public profiles. The information did not include financial information, health information or passwords.

Wired reports that the victims of the stolen data included prominent figures, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

The information of over 500 million Facebook users in over 106 countries contains Facebook IDs, phone numbers, and other information about early Facebook users like Mark Zuckerburg and US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, as well as the European Union’s Data Protection Commissioner, Didier Reynders. Other victims include 61 people who list the “Federal Trade Commission” and 651 people who list “Attorney General” in their contact details on Facebook.

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University contact details https://euskalabereak.net/university-contact-details/ Fri, 26 Feb 2021 03:21:02 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/university-contact-details/ University contact details Contact details for the University of Helsinki. Address and standard University of Helsinki P.O. Box 4 (Yliopistonkatu 3) 00014 University of Helsinki Switchboard: +358 (0) 2 941 911 (mobile call rate / local network charges) The faculties address P.O. Box 2700014 University of Helsinki Visiting address Latokartanonkaari 7 address P.O. Box 2400014 […]]]>


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Contact details for the University of Helsinki.


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University of Helsinki

P.O. Box 4 (Yliopistonkatu 3)

00014 University of Helsinki

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P.O. Box 27
00014 University of Helsinki

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P.O. Box 24
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LIST: Contact information for major government agencies in the event of an emergency https://euskalabereak.net/list-contact-information-for-major-government-agencies-in-the-event-of-an-emergency/ Sun, 01 Nov 2020 07:00:00 +0000 https://euskalabereak.net/list-contact-information-for-major-government-agencies-in-the-event-of-an-emergency/ MANILA – Here are the contact details of the main government agencies in an emergency: NATIONAL EMERGENCY LINE: 911 NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENTMain line: (02) 8911-5061 to 65Facebook: www.facebook.com/NDRRMCTwitter: @ NDRRMC_OpCen PAGASACentral office: (02) 8284-0800Facebook: www.facebook.com/PAGASA.DOST.GOV.PHTwitter: @dost_pagasa RED CROSS PHILIPPINEHotline: (02) 8527-5981Main line: (02) 8527-8385 to 95Facebook: www.facebook.com/phredcrossTwitter: @philredcross PHILIPPINE COAST […]]]>

MANILA – Here are the contact details of the main government agencies in an emergency:

NATIONAL EMERGENCY LINE: 911

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT
Main line: (02) 8911-5061 to 65
Facebook: www.facebook.com/NDRRMC
Twitter: @ NDRRMC_OpCen

PAGASA
Central office: (02) 8284-0800
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PAGASA.DOST.GOV.PH
Twitter: @dost_pagasa

RED CROSS PHILIPPINE
Hotline: (02) 8527-5981
Main line: (02) 8527-8385 to 95
Facebook: www.facebook.com/phredcross
Twitter: @philredcross

PHILIPPINE COAST GUARD
Hotline: (02) 8527-8481 to 89
Facebook: www.facebook.com/philcoastguardofficialpage
Twitter: @ PhilCoastGuard1

FIRE PROTECTION OFFICE
Hotline: (02) 8426-0219, (02) 8426-0246
Facebook: www.facebook.com/bureauoffireprotection911

MANILA METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Hotline: (02) 8882-4151 to 77
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MMDAPH
Twitter: @MMDA

SOCIAL ASSISTANCE AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
Main line: (02) 8931-8101 to 07
Facebook: www.facebook.com/dswdserves
Twitter: @dswdserves

NATIONAL POLICE OF THE PHILIPPINES
Hotline: (02) 8722-0650, (02) 8723-0401 to 20
Direct line by SMS: PNP (space) (message) to 2920
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pnp.pio
Twitter: @pnppio

PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF VOLCANOLOGY AND SEISMOLOGY
Main line: (02) 8426-1468 to 79
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PHIVOLCS/
Twitter: @phivolcs_dost

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