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Now tourists can take a tour of Puducherry Lt Governor's house, Raj Nivas, during the day

The security personnel at entrance would also facilitate the tourists.

Walmart bets on PhonePe cash withdrawal facility

Data she shared at the conference showed PhonePe’s annual payments value stood at $180 billion with nearly 20 million daily users on the platform.

WhatsApp announces it now has 2 billion users globally

Reiterating its stance on encryption in the global announcement, WhatsApp said strong encryption is a necessity in modern life and that it will not compromise on security because that would make people less safe. WhatsApp did not share market wise statistics and the number of users it now has in India.

Think tank urges SC to stop trial of WhatsApp Pay

WhatsApp Pay has been running a pilot with 1 million users for nearly two years. It has yet to receive permission to do a full rollout with all its 400 million Indian users because it has not yet completed storing all data within the country’s borders. CASC said that, according to RBI’s affidavit to Supreme Court in November, WhatsApp had not yet fully complied with the rules.

Jio, Airtel, Vodafone Idea oppose Trai's tariff plan transparency

Only last year Jio had clashed with the other two over the issue. But now they have buried the hatchet.

Shopping on Amazon, ordering food online & video chatting: What life looks like in a Coronavirus quarantine

People stay engaged in the world and fulfill many activities of their regular lives.

WhatsApp pay gets NPCI nod to expand UPI project to 10 million users

Recently, Facebook said it expects to roll out WhatsApp Pay in a number of countries, in the next six months. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said commerce and payments are areas that will be important for private social platforms such as WhatsApp and Messenger.

Telegram CEO criticises WhatsApp over encryption claims, security backdoors

In a blogpost titled 'Why using WhatsApp is dangerous', Messaging app Telegram's founder Durov said WhatsApp marketed end-to-end encryption as some magic incantation that alone is supposed to automatically make all communications secure. "However, this technology is not a silver bullet that can guarantee you absolute privacy by itself," he said.

400 million social media users are set to lose their anonymity in India

The advent of new rules for social media applications - like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp - could spell the end for privacy in the Indian internet space. Despite push back from major internet companies, the Indian government is all set to go ahead with the new regulations. The rules are a bid to quell the spread of fake news and trace anti-social elements in the Indian internet ecosystem faster.

Mark Zuckerberg says WhatsApp Pay in 6 months

FB looks to roll out payments in many countries even as licence application remains stuck in India.

Haptik launches WhatsaApp chatbot for novel Coronavirus awareness

Given the accessibility of WhatsApp as a medium and people’s preferences to chat, Haptik said that it had built a chatbot called “nCov helpdesk” which can be accessed by sending a WhatsApp message to the number +91 93213 98773. Based on data available on the WHO website, the bot is trained to answer frequently asked questions on the new coronavirus.

Sebi seeks explanation from former CARE chairman, MD for interference in ratings

Mokashi was forced to go on leave in July and after five months, he stepped down from the company in December.

Sebi issues notices to former top officials of CARE Ratings

The regulator’s action comes after it received the forensic audit report on February 11.

Simsim gets $8m in Series-B funding round

The company will use the proceeds to expand its network of influencers, and further build its technology platforms.

India drives us to roll out WhatsApp Pay globally: Mark Zuckerberg

Data compliance issues and regulations have kept WhatsApp Pay launch in abeyance for quite some time, despite a successful test run of the payments service with one million users in the country in 2018. The Indian government and the RBI have expressed concerns over some of WhatsApp's features in complying with the regulations.

WhatsApp faces outage in India, Twitter abuzz

Millions of users were unable to share videos, photos and GIFs, audio and stickers and several of those said they were even unable to view WhatsApp Status feature. According to Downdetetector.com, the problem started in the evening around 4 p.m. and alive outage map showed users in India, Europe, Brazil and in Southeast Asia were affected by the outage.

Jeff Bezos’ record $4.1 billion sale ends years of restraint

WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum sold $4 billion of Facebook shares in 2016, but that took months. Laurene Powell Jobs divested more than $6 billion of Walt Disney shares in 2016, though it wasn’t part of a trading plan.

Nearby retail shop as ATM? PhonePe toys with the idea

The idea is to increase merchant engagement on the platform by creating a new value service for both local shop owners and consumers.

Dr D's column: What Jeff Bezos can do to catch a break

Non-stop delivery of bad news has got the Amazon 'Prime Minister' perplexed.

Focused founders, improved funding: Indian start-up ecosystem 2.0 impresses Rajan Anandan

The Sequoia Capital MD is proud of the Indian start-up growth trajectory.

In-built automated filtering only for child porn: MeitY’s draft rules

The Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY), in its latest draft sent to the law ministry for vetting, had proposed that content related to terrorism and child pornography should be weeded out by built-in automated technology tools. The final call will be taken after completing discussions with the law ministry, said the official.

IL&FS Fiasco: Sebi directs CARE to sack Chairman SB Mainak

Sebi asks CARE to sack Chairman SB Mainak.

Concerned about abuse of platforms for fake news, porn; companies should be accountable: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Minister for Law and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad said the issue of fake news is a worry, and added that there are "serious parliamentary concerns" about internet being abused for child pornography. He also asserted that identification of originator of messages was still a problem with regard to WhatsApp.

Mobile phone retailers to boycott Samsung for three days

In a Whatsapp message sent by the offline cellphone retailer lobby, All India Mobile Retailers Association (AIMRA), to the trade on Friday evening said retailers will boycott "Samsung business for three (11,12 & 13th February) days.

‘Lage raho Kejriwal’ vs ‘Dil mein Modi’: How AAP & BJP are fighting digital poll war

The messaging for Delhi elections, says AAP’s social media head Ankit Lal, is “vote on the work our government has done in Delhi”. But he concedes that AAP’s digital job has become more challenging over the past few days with BJP messaging around Shaheen Bagh emerging as a talking point.

JNU violence: Delhi HC asks WhatsApp, Google to provide information sought by police

The court also asked police to seize at the earliest phones of members of two WhatsApp groups on which the January 5 violence was allegedly coordinated.

Regulating OTT players complicated: Trai

Trai has realised that it is no longer a financial arbitrage issue between telcos and apps, but one of security and lawful interception. There is also an absence of a global example of similar rules and the regulator needs to factor in clauses in the upcoming data protection law and social intermediary guidelines before making any recommendations.

HC seeks response of police, WhatsApp, Google on plea to preserve data of JNU violence

The counsel said police has also written to WhatsApp to preserve data of two groups "Unity Against Left" and "Friends of RSS" including messages, pictures and videos and phone numbers of members, related to JNU violence incident.

Does it make sense to continue with ELSS investments after the new personal tax regime?

Many investors are sending WhatsApp messages or calling up their mutual fund advisors to ask about how the new personal tax proposals would impact their tax saving investments, including ELSS.

Facebook says Bezos hack highlights smartphone vulnerabilities

It’s not the first time WhatsApp’s been drawn into a hacking controversy. WhatsApp in November sued Israeli spyware maker NSO Group, accusing it of infecting phones of some users through the messaging app.The lawsuit said that NSO Group used a vulnerability in WhatsApp, since patched, to secretly deliver its surveillance software to users.

Nadda asks Kejriwal if he would 'burn down' Delhi to defeat Modi-Shah

Sustaining attack on AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal over the police claim that the Shaheen Bagh shooter was an AAP worker, BJP chief JP Nadda on Wednesday questioned him if he would "burn down" Delhi to defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

E-love galore: 100 bn WhatsApp messages sent on New Year's Eve

Of the total messages sent, more than 12 billion were picture wishes.

View: If BJP wins Delhi, it’ll mean dislike for what Shaheen Bagh stands for is visceral

It is possible that the aggressive BJP campaign may not yield the necessary returns. If it doesn’t, it will not be because there is widespread solidarity with the Shaheen Bagh protesters but because local issues normally prevail in an assembly election. Much will also depend on the remarkable extent to which the Congress has made itself irrelevant in Delhi.

WhatsApp ‘exits’ accounts of J&K users

As per WhatsApp’s global policy, accounts that remain unused for 120 days are automatically deactivated. As J&K completed exactly 120 days of internet blackout, residents woke up to find themselves checked out of their accounts and groups.

UN calls for probe into possible hacking of Jeff Bezos' phone

United Nations experts on Wednesday called for an "immediate investigation" by the United States and others into information they received that suggests that Jeff Bezos' phone was hacked after receiving a file sent from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's WhatsApp account.

No more spamming: WhatsApp's 'Delete messages' feature will erase older group posts automatically

The feature is currently available only for group conversations.

Intel Corp’s legal compliance counsel joins software firm Splunk

Basu started her career as an associate attorney at Ramfry & Sagar and then moved to K&S Partners. In the year 2008, she had joined country’s largest pure-play consumer company Hindustan Unilever as legal a manager from where she moved to GE HealthCare as legal counsel for South Asia in the year 2010.

Coronavirus scare: Two persons put under house quarantine in Mizoram

The government has set up a screening counter at Lengpui airport and constituted a state-level task force as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus in the state, the Deputy Secretary of the state health department, Lalngura Tlau said.

Facebook gears up for marketing push in India

The plan, sources told ET, is to enhance user engagement across the suite of apps – Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. The move comes at a time when Chinese video-sharing networking service TikTok is adding users in India. The Menlo Park-based social network, owned by tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, has hired Avinash Pant to head the marketing function.

Facebook results beat forecasts but shares take a hit

Costs in the recently ended fourth quarter rose 34 per cent to $12.2 billion.

Not bothered who wins Delhi elections, say Shaheen Bagh protesters

A day after the area witnessed its third shooting in a week, women of Shaheen Bagh intensified their protests, amid heavy policing and security checks, even as volunteers checked the background of speakers and asked them to avoid ‘separatists’ or ‘unconstitutional’ language in speeches.

Whatsapp to support Indian startups through ad credits

In order to qualify for the investment, startups must be at an early state or scalable stage and must be recognized by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade under the ministry of Commerce.

Indian millennials addicted to smartphones, spend one-third of their waking hours on WhatsApp, FB

75% of the respondents agreed to have owned a smartphone in their teens.

Perjury plea against WhatsApp withdrawn amid HC hearings

The petition claimed that though WhatsApp had declared in the Indian SC that its services were encrypted, it had conceded later before a US court that the privacy of many was breached in the alleged spyware attack. The top court in India was not informed of this, the petition said, seeking a criminal probe into the snooping allegations and perjury action against WhatsApp.

No more an iPhone exclusive: Users rejoice as WhatsApp extends call waiting support to Android

The lifesaving call waiting support is now available on Android phones.

The fierce digital battle over CAA

BJP’s IT cell remains hyperactive on closed-loop platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook groups and pages, and people familiar with the content on such groups say BJP’s content ecosystem has managed to retain dominance.

Income tax e-assessment helpline phone number, email ID

The helpline phone number and email ID launched by the income tax department will help the taxpayers to get assistance regarding the income tax notices received by them from the National e-Assessment Centre.

WhatsApp, Wabi-Sabi, Work: The 3 Ws in Mpower boss Neerja Birla's life

In the first episode of the ETPanache PowWow series, Lopamudra Ghatak, Editor, ETPanache Online, talks to Neerja Birla, Founder and Chairperson, Mpower, about raising awareness around mental health, raising three children in a socially-wired age, and how she strikes work-life balance.WhatsApp, Wabi-Sabi, Work: The 3 Ws in Mpower boss Neerja Birla's life

Government amending IT Act to trace rogue messages on WhatsApp

The government has proposed to amend the Information Technology (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules, 2011 of the IT Act, 2000.

Facebook India head appears before parliamentary panel on WhatsApp snooping issue

The parliamentary standing committee on Information Technology called the cyber security experts to hear their views on the issue of citizens data security and privacy. As per the notice of the meeting, the panel had also called non-official witnesses of the WhatsApp snooping row, including BJP's former organisational secretary Govindacharya.

Can Jeff Bezos buy India? Apparently not

Last week, Bezos’s iPhone was hacked via a WhatsApp message sent directly from Crown Prince MBS.

WhatsApp snooping row: Baghel orders probe

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel seeks a probe into illegal surveillance in the state affairs through Israeli spyware Pegasus that was earlier reported to be snooping on people by enabling a jailbreak system on their devices. A three-member committee is summoned to investigate further into the matter.

Snoop fears: Army asks staff to avoid WhatsApp and FB

The Indian armed forces, has asked officers holding “sensitive appointments” to delete their Facebook accounts. There have been several cases over the last couple of years where Pakistani women spies have virtually honey-trapped Indian military personnel, using social media like WhatsApp and Facebook.

The road less taken: Udaan co-founder on working for Flipkart, starting his own company & success in B2B space

Udaan’s co-founder sheds light on the company’s success story.

WhatsApp introduces catalogs for small businesses

The catalog feature is available to businesses using the WhatsApp Business app on both Android and iPhone in Brazil, Germany, India, Indonesia, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S. It will be rolling out around the world soon.

WhatsApp introduces 'Catalogs' for small businesses

Catalogs are a mobile storefront for businesses to showcase and share their goods so that people can easily browse and discover something they would like to buy.

Snooping boosts government's WhatsApp traceability case

It means anyone can now hack into a device, take control of it and use it to spread malicious rumours that are detrimental to national security or those that lead to incidents of lynching, the official said.

JNU campus violence: 3 JNU professors move HC with PIL to preserve data, CCTV footage, evidence

The petition also sought directions for preservation and retrieval of all material/evidences available with WhatsApp INC, Google INC and Apple INC pertaining to relevant data of WhatsApp groups 'Unity Against Left' and 'Friends of RSS' including messages, pictures, videos and phone numbers of the members, in connection with the violence at JNU.

WhatsApp admits it could've handled data breach better

WhatsApp told the govt that it could have communicated the issue better, deprting from its earlier stance.

HC declines to order linking of FB, Twitter, WhatsApp accounts with Aadhaar, PAN

​​A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar said linking of accounts with social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp, with Aadhaar, PAN or any other identity document requires framing of policies or amendment in existing laws by the central government and this exercise cannot be done by the court.

Snooping row: WhatsApp regrets not meeting govt expectations

The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) had published a vulnerability note on May 17 advising countermeasures to users about a vulnerability in WhatsApp, according to Union Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. WhatsApp reported an incident to the CERT-In on May 20, the Minister said.

Why the Saudi Crown Prince needs cyberweapons

Saudi Arabia has already shown that it cannot be trusted with powerful cybertools such as those developed by the NSO Group. Technology that is vital to combating jihadist groups should never be used to target dissidents — or the owners of U.S. newspapers, for that matter.

WhatsApp identifies new holes, warns of malicious MP4 file

India is WhatsApp's biggest market with 400 million users. The development comes just weeks after WhatsApp sued Israeli company, NSO group, over the alleged misuse of their spyware Pegasus, that was installed in the phones of 1400 users, including at least 120 Indians. Many of those who were spied on were journalists, rights activists and lawyers.

Swiping right this Valentine month? Check privacy settings, don't use pictures with family to stay safe

To make online dating safe and enjoyable, remember these steps before swiping.

Furore erupts over WhatsApp spying exposé

On Thursday, IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad took to Twitter to reiterate the Centre’s concern at the breach of privacy of Indians, and said his ministry had sought an explanation from the app. WhatsApp has to reply by November 4. Home ministry officials aid attempts to 'malign the govt' for reported breach were misleading.

Aditya Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund allows lumpsum investment via WhatsApp

The mutual fund house was already offering an array of services to investors through WhatsApp.

WhatsApp rivals Signal, Telegram can be hacked too

Experts say these apps add more privacy features than security features. Telegram, too, provides a similar feature through Secret Chats, which allows users to encrypt messages. Secret chats can only take place between two people, not in a group.

Case against Azharuddin, 2 others for 'cheating' travel agent

A case has been registered against former Indian cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin and two others here in Maharashtra after a travel agent lodged a police complaint alleging that they cheated him to the tune of Rs 20.96 lakh, an official said on Thursday.

4 tech cos sue Facebook for anti-competitive behaviour

Facebook was sued by four potential competitors who accuse it of anticompetitive behaviour and who asked a judge to order chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg to give up control of the social media behemoth.

ET Awards 2019: Rashesh Shah, N Chandrasekaran talk marathon on a WhatsApp group

The two bosses exchange fitness tips all the time.

Investigation points to Saudi prince role in Bezos phone hack

A forensic analysis by technical experts retained by Bezos after a leak of his personal information in early 2019 suggested that the Bezos iPhone was compromised by "tools" procured by a close associate of the Saudi de facto ruler.

WhatsApp can’t start payments business, RBI tells SC

NPCI manages UPI, which clocked over a billion transactions last month. The SC had recently asked RBI to update it on WhatsApp’s data localisation status. WhatsApp could be hit in its biggest mkt. This was RBI’s response dated November 6 to the SC as the apex court had asked it to update it on WhatsApp’s data localisation compliance status in August.

Agencies may need court order to trace social media messages

Social media intermediaries — with more than 5 million registered users — have to trace the original sender of a message when asked by a government agency armed with an order from a judicial magistrate court or a higher court.

Reliance setting up small stores for last-mile delivery

Reliance is planning small outlets called Reliance Smart Points in various cities to ease delivery.

By invitation only: WhatsApp introduces new privacy setting for groups

Users will have three days to accept the invite before it expires.

WhatsApp snooping row: All you need to know

Facebook-owned WhatsApp says it had informed India's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) in May about the malware in their messaging application and followed this up with a letter in September updating about affected Indian users due to Pegasus spyware infection. ET's Megha Mandavia brings you up to speed with the latest in WhatsApp snooping row. (Text: ET Bureau)WhatsApp snooping row: All you need to know

WhatsApp issues fresh statement, says malware was detected in May

KN Govindacharya filed his petition on Monday, just days after Facebook sued Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group, accusing it of helping clients break into the phones of roughly 1,400 users across four continents. The targets of the hacking spree included diplomats, political dissidents, journalists, along with both military and government officials. WhatsApp issues fresh statement, says malware was detected in May

WhatsApp reports India revenues of Rs 6.84 crore for the first time for FY19

Documents filed with the Registrar of Companies (RoC) show WhatsApp, which is currently awaiting approvals from regulatory authorities for its payments service, reported revenues of Rs 6.84 crore for fiscal 2019 and a profit of Rs 57 lakh for the financial year under review.

KN Govindacharya files letter petition on WhatsApp NSO matter to SC

Govindacharya has also written to Ravi Shankar Prasad seeking NIA investigation against FB, WhatsApp, NSO Group Technologies, and Q Cyber Technologies for compromising with public data. Govindacharya has also said that from the pleadings of WhatsApp before the US district court, it is clear that WhatsApp is not secure and that its systems were compromised.

Two parliamentary panels to take up WhatsApp snooping case

Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Thursday said Indian journalists and human rights activists were among those globally spied upon by unnamed entities using an Israeli spyware Pegasus.

WhatsApp to offer startups in India with $250,000 worth of Facebook ad credits

With the ad credits, the startups can create ads that invite customers to click to open a chat on WhatsApp so they can deepen connections and increase sales, a statement said.

WhatsApp hack: Things you did not know about NSO and Pegasus

The confirmation by WhatsApp that the mobile phones of several Indian rights activists and journalists had been hacked into has sparked a furore with privacy activists asking the government to clarify. The spyware — Pegasus — sold by Israel’s NSO Group was used to tap into 1,400 WhatsApp accounts globally. Times Now's Meghna Deka explains the things you did not know about NSO and Pegasus. Watch.WhatsApp hack: Things you did not know about NSO and Pegasus

WhatsApp introduces new fingerprint lock for android phones

Earlier this year, the company said, it rolled out Touch ID and Face ID for iPhone users to provide an extra layer of security for WhatsApp users. "Today we’re introducing similar authentication, allowing you to unlock the app with your fingerprint, on supported Android phones," the company said in a statement.

WhatsApp confirms Indian journalists and activists targeted in hack

Facebook's messaging platform alleged that the Israeli NSO Group targeted some 1,400 users. While WhatsApp declined to reveal the identities and exact number of those targeted for surveillance in India, its spokesperson confirmed that the it was aware of those targeted and had contacted each one of them. The NSO Group said it disputes the allegations and will vigorously fight them.

Whatsapp sues Israeli tech firm for spying on Indian journalists, activists

WhatsApp on Tuesday sued Israeli technology firm NSO Group, accusing it of using the Facebook-owned messaging service to conduct cyberespionage on journalists, human rights activists and others. The suit filed in a California federal court contended that NSO Group tried to infect approximately 1,400 "target devices" with malicious software to steal valuable information from those using the messaging app. WhatsApp head Will Cathcart said the lawsuit was filed after an investigation showed the Israeli firm's role the cyberattack, despite its denials.Whatsapp sues Israeli tech firm for spying on Indian journalists, activists

Saudi involved in hacking of Amazon boss Bezos' phone, UN report will say

The encrypted message from the number used by the crown prince is believed to have included a malicious file that infiltrated the phone Bezos had used and extracted large amounts of data within hours, the Guardian reported.

WhatsApp disappears from Google Play Store

In a bizarre incident, Facebook-owned WhatsApp seemed to have disappeared from the Google Play Store, some users complained on Friday.

Data of 20 out of 121 WhatsApp users targeted using Pegasus may have been accessed: Ravi Shankar Prasad

On May 20, WhatsApp reported an incident to country's cyber security watchdog Cert-In, stating that it had identified and promptly fixed a vulnerability that could enable an attacker to insert and execute code on mobile devices. WhatsApp also told CERT-In that the vulnerability could no longer be exploited to carry out attacks.

WhatsApp vulnerability: CERT-In issues advisory; company says users unaffected

The advisory comes in the backdrop of recent developments where WhatsApp had informed the Indian government in September that over hundred Indian users were targeted by the Israeli spyware -- Pegasus.

ICERT has issued a new vulnerability note, WhatsApp users are at risk again

Indian Computer emergency response team has issued a new vulnerability note, WhatsApp users are at risk againICERT has issued a new vulnerability note, WhatsApp users are at risk again

SC to hear WhatsApp message traceability petitions in January

A two-judge bench led by Justice Deepak Gupta on Tuesday transferred a host of petitions relating to social media message traceability to itself for a hearing in January next year but allowed the govt to bring in any new rules.

Assam’s clause 6 panel suggests ILP, reservations in Assembly and jobs

Clause 6 provides for constitutional, legislative and administrative safeguards to protect the cultural, social heritage of the Assamese people. The panel in its preliminary report is said to have suggested the introduction of Inner Line Permit, reservation of seats in the legislative assembly and local bodies, and reservations in employment for the Assamese.

Sequoia’s startup bet intact, to raise record $1.3 billion for new India fund

Sequoia will also, for the first time, split the corpus into two vehicles — one for early stage and other for growth stage.

Pay me Rs 2L/month, I’ll fix rly systems, scamster tells RPF

The main accused, Hamid Ashraf, who is in Dubai, has claimed that nabbing him or some people won’t put an end to the multi-crore rail e-ticketing rackets as others can develop similar ‘illegal’ software and use them by taking advantage of the security loopholes in IRCTC’s system.

Look at infrastructure sector with practicality, not sympathy: Dinanath Dubhashi, L&T Finance

L&T Finance CEO Dinanath Dubhashi says data analytics and artificial intelligence is taking over the world of finance and if lenders keep sticking to old methods they will become dinosaurs.

‘Delete Facebook’, thunders WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton; reiterates his stand on deleting the app

It seems like Acton is still standing by his last year’s war cry, ‘#DeleteFacebook’.

ED ex-Director case: Look into startling revelations, CIC to MHA

In a recent order CIC has asked MHA to “take cognizance of the startling revelations made about cricket bookies and investigating officials in the racket”, as claimed in a written submission to the panel on December 12, 2018, and take necessary action.

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