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Who made Facebook decide to buy WhatsApp and to steal SnapChat Stories feature? 'You'

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A fresh report claims that Facebook is spying on its users. It knows what millions of people do on their phones. It knows what do you browse, what apps do you use, how frequently and for how long. It is gathering all the information and detailed insights of your online behavior and habits. This information has been used to shape Facebook's product roadmap. Facebook perceived from its data analysis that its users are using WhatsApp much more frequently and for a long time so it will be a big deal to buy it. It also led Facebook to rip Snapchat's stories feature. It's so precise that it allowed Facebook keep tabs on how many Snapchat posts users sent each day, the Wall Street Journal reports. Onavo Protect , a free VPN app that claims to help "keep you and your data safe when you go online", has been the spying tool for Facebook for all this time. It was created by a company which is now owned by Facebook. The app is very popular among Android and iOS users a

Inheritance In JAVA: Example

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This is the second last section of the topic  Inheritance In OOP  where we will study some code snippets. This study will clarify the idea of how to achieve inheritance in JAVA and how it actually works. Without wasting any time and giving length to the post for no reason, let’s start rolling. Prerequisites:  To understand these snippets you should already know what inheritance is. If you don’t, don’t worry. I have a blog post, go  here . Overview : I have written a program named  Example  which depicts real life inheritance properties like a relationship between child and parent, child access to parent properties etc. The program consists of 4 very simple java classes which are extremely easy to understand. However, if you face any issue ping me in comments. I am always there for you.  Example ,  Bob ,  John,  and  Stephen . The bold faced letters are not names of some persons, in fact, these are names of classes which we are going to study here. In Java, to establish a chil