Facebook India goes to users to keep Internet.org alive

Facebook-India-goes-to-users-to-keep-Internet.org-aliveFacebook is mustering support of its users in India to defend its platform Internet.org, with just a week left for public comments on a DoT panel’s report, which says free internet services like that of the social network’s violate net neutrality principle.

Facebook has started the public campaign to make a case before lawmakers for allowing free internet access platforms like Internet.org.

Facebook users in India are getting a message on their profile pages which seeks their opinion on having free basic online services in the country.

“Do you want India to have free basic online services? The mission of Internet.org is to get everyone in the world online. Show your support for free basic online services in India,” says the message, which pops up on a Facebook user’s homepage.

“Soon India will decide on the future of services like Internet.org. Please comment on this post today to help us tell your MPs that you want to connect everyone in India. ?#?connectindia? ?#?connecttheworld,” the message says further.

Many MPs, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and most of cabinet ministers, have their Facebook pages.

By end of June, Facebook had over 125 million users in the country.

The DoT panel’s report on net neutrality, which has been placed on MyGov website for public comments till August 15, has received just over 500 views against over 10 lakh messages that were sent to regulator TRAI through an online campaign in support of implementing ideal net neutrality in India.

Net neutrality implies that equal treatment be accorded to all Internet traffic and no priority be given to an entity or company based on payment to content or service providers such as telecom companies, which is seen as discriminatory.

The DoT panel has opposed projects like Facebook’s Internet.org which allow access to certain websites without mobile data charges. The data charges are borne by the websites or service provider.

Families vent anger over inquiry

Relatives-of-those-missing-Relatives of those missing on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are angry at apparent mixed signals over whether part of the plane has been found.

Malaysian PM Najib Razak said experts in France had “conclusively confirmed” the wing part found on an island in the Indian Ocean was from the aircraft.

But French investigators stopped short of confirming the link, only saying it was highly likely.
Chinese relatives staged a protest outside the airline’s Beijing offices.

The Boeing 777 was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March 2014 when it vanished from radar. It had 239 people on board, most of them Chinese.

Debris found on the remote French island of Reunion a week ago – a wing part known as a flaperon – was the first possible physical trace of the aircraft.

Experts in the French city of Toulouse are carrying out tests on the aircraft piece.

How to Reset or Recover Forgotten Windows 8 or 8.1 Password

Today we will learn how easily you can reset forgotten Windows 8 or 8.1 password without any third-party software.

Video Tutorial Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRpHc0BGpYI

Let’s begin:

Step- 1
Boot from Windows 8 or 8.1 DVD

Step- 2
Click Next

Step- 3
Click Repair Your Computer

Step- 4
Click Troubleshoot

Step- 5
Click Advance options

Step- 6
Click Command Prompt

Step- 7
Type in command prompt copy C:\Windows\System32\utilman.exe C:\

Step- 8
Copy CMD from System32 and replace utilman.exe as mention below:

copy C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe C:\Windows\System32\utilman.exe (Enter and type y then press enter again and restart your system)

Step- 9
After load windows 8 or 8.1 click from left side Ease of Access type in CMD as mention below:
net user (Press Enter you see the entire users list, now we reset the forgotten password)

net user mrcnit * (Press enter)

Put password abc*123 Enter and put confirm password abc*123 Press Enter Again

OR

You can active and change administrator password as mention below:

net user administrator /active:yes

net user administrator * (Enter and put password and confirm password)

Important Note:
For security purpose you must need to move & replace the previous backup utilman.exe as mention below:
move C:\utilman.exe C:\Windows\System32\utilman.exe
If you don’t understand or you have any queries, please comments, we will try replying you ASAP.

Video Tutorial