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Facebook is the largest platform of social media to connect with people but personal privacy is much more important.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the data of up to 87 million users may have been improperly shared with a political consulting firm connected to President Trump during the 2016 election. After Cambridge Analytica data leak, In the congressional hearing, United States Senator- Ted Cruz Asks Mark Zuckerberg About Facebook Political Bias.

The Cambridge Analytica scandal has put data privacy on Facebook under the spotlight. The concern isn’t just about who can see what you’re sharing on Facebook. It’s what Facebook lets third parties and advertisers see about you. After these privacy data leak scandal people started to quit facebook as delete facebook campaign.
These companies and celebrities are deleting the Facebook account and stop Facebook Advertisement.

1. Brian Acton

Brian Acton, Whatsapp Co-Founder and formerly employed Of Yahoo and Apple Twitted to his followers to delete facebook with adding the hashtag #deletefacebook on 21st March.
WhatsApp Co-Founder

2. SpaceX and Tesla

Founder and CEO of  Tesla and Spece-X, Elon Musk join #deletegacebook after Brian Acton.
SpaceX and Tesla deleted their Facebook pages after Twitter users asked Elon Musk whether he’d leave the social network. Musk replied that he didn’t even realize SpaceX had a Facebook page and that he thought Tesla’s looked “lame.” The accounts were deleted shortly thereafter.
Twitter Elon Musk

The Verge reported that each account had more than 2 million followers, but, as Musk said, the move is a low-risk maneuver for the businessman, who does not advertise or pay for endorsements on the platform.
After delating Spece X and Tesla pages from Facebook, Musk confirmed that he doesn't use facebook and never have.
Elon Musk Twitter

3. Steve Wozniak

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is shutting down his Facebook account as the social media giant struggles to cope with the worst privacy crisis in its history.
In an email to USA Today on 10th April, Wozniak said Facebook makes a lot of advertising money from personal details provided by users. He said the “profits are all based on the user’s info, but the users get none of the profits back.”

4. Playboy

On 27th March 2018,  Playboy announced that it was deleting its Facebook pages citing the data scandal, as well as the network’s “sexually repressive” nature. Cooper Hefner who serves as Playboy’s chief creative officer said that it was clear to the company that it was time to leave the social network following the Cambridge Analytica matter. Playboy had more than 25 million Facebook followers.
Cooper_Hefner twitter

5. Cher (American singer)

American singer and actress Cher deleted her Facebook personal profile page as a result of the data leak from Cambridge Analytica. She twitted on 20th March that, 2day I did something VERY HARD 4 me.Facebook has helped me with my Charity, &there are amazing young Ppl there.I have a special friend (Lauren)who I Respect & Admire,but today I deleted my Facebook account . I Love My Country. I Believe....There are Things MORE”IMPORTANT”THAN MONEY

Cher Twit

6. Jim Carrey (American-Canadian actor)

Jim Carrey was way ahead of the curve in his decision to #unfriendfacebook
On 6th Feb 2018 Jim Carry Posted on Twitter, I’m dumping my @facebook stock and deleting my page because @facebook profited from Russian interference in our elections and they’re still not doing enough to stop it. I encourage all other investors who care about our future to do the same. #unfriendfacebook
Jim Carry has over 5.1 million followers on his Facebook page.
Jim Carry Twitter

7. Mozilla

Following the initial reports about the Facebook data scandal, Mozilla, which operates the Firefox web browser, announced that it is pulling its advertisements from the social network. In a statement released via its web Blog, Mozilla said that while it’s glad to see that Facebook promised to improve users’ privacy settings, it wants the company to go further with how third-party apps handle data.
Mozilla Twitter

8. Commerzbank

Germany’s second-largest bank pulled its advertisements from Facebook after Mozilla and expressed concern with how the platform handled users’ data as a result of the Cambridge Analytica controversy.
We are pausing our campaign on Facebook. Brand safety and data security are very important to us,” Uwe Hellmann, head of Commerzbank’s brand strategy told the newspaper Handelsblatt.

9. Pep Boys

Auto parts retailer Pep Boys is no longer advertising on Facebook or posting to its account following the revelations in the New York Times’ report. In a statement to Reuters, the company’s Chief Marketing Officer Danielle Porto Mohn said: “We are concerned about the issues surrounding Facebook and have decided to suspend all media on the platform until the facts are out and corrective actions have been taken.”

10. Sonos

On March 26, Sonos announced that it was pulling its advertising from Facebook, as well as Google and Twitter, for the week. Additionally, Sonos said it was going dark on its Facebook and Instagram accounts. They posted an article on their blog about Why We’re Pulling Our Ads From Big Tech Platforms Next Week.

We all have seen Bus Stops but each of these Bus Shelters are so different and unique. Here is the List of 10 crazy bus stops around the world where you love to wait for the bus.

#10 Musical Swings in Montreal (Canada)

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Musical Swings in Montreal
A team of Montreal designers whose goal is to bring magic to everyday events has placed an interactive installation of musical swings alongside a Montréal city street next to a bus stop.
A fresh look at the idea of cooperation, the swings play a tune when pedestrians move in unison rather than independently. The result is a giant instrument made of 21 musical swings; each swing in motion triggers different notes, all the swings together compose a piece, the sounds of which emerge only from cooperation. You can watch video here how it works.

 #9 Bottlestop in Lexington, Kentucky (USA)

Eco-friendly bus stop
Bottlestop in Lexingtok, Kentucky
Unique and Eco-Friendly Bus Stop titled Bottlestop Bus Shelter Project is in Lexington, Kentucky. Designed By Aaron Scales.
Artist Aaron Scales has designed a sustainable bus shelter with used soft drink bottles. Apart from the use of the soft drink bottles, the lighting used at the bus stop is solar powered making this artistic bus stop probably the most eco-friendly bus stop of the world.
The use of only green recycled bottles from Kentucky’s Ale-8-One gives the bus stop an especially warm green feel.
The eco-friendly bus stop named Bottlestop, lights up with LED lighting at night and is powered by solar energy.

 #8 Bus Typography in Baltimore

BUS shelter
Bus Typography in Baltimore
The unique bus stop is an experiment on typography and public art. Located at a Baltimore street, this metal, and wooden strip design offers citizens a surprisingly fun way to wait for the bus.
In 2014, A Madrid-based artist collective, Mmmm… created the "obvious bus stop.” It's 14-foot-tall, 7-foot-wide three-letter bus stop typography sculptures that spell out the word BUS.
The sculpture is made from wood and steel, conceived like oversize pieces of urban furniture. Each letter allows passengers to assume different sitting or standing postures while waiting for the bus. Each letter is big enough to accommodate two to four people. The B can protect them from the elements, and the curve of the S invites passengers to lie back while they wait.

#7 Fruit-Shaped Bus Stops in Konagai (Japan)

Janpan Bus Stand Shelters
Fruit Shaped Bus Stops in Japan
The 16 quirky bus stops are located in Konagai, Japan (part of Isahaya City in Nagasaki) and were originally constructed for the 1990 Travel Expo. In order to attract arriving visitors, the stands have become a local tourist attraction in the region, scattered among the surrounding landscape. And of course the giant fruit shapes are a tasty reminder that even bus stop design doesn’t have to be dull and uninviting

#6 Library Bus Stop in Bağcılar, Istanbul (Turkey)

Books at Bus Stop Shelter
Library Bus Stop In Istanbul
 In 2014, Bağcılar Istanbul's most populated district started offering a "novel" service for commuters—bus stop libraries. Where Bookcases placed in bus stops with a wide selection of books for those who looking to spend their leisure time while waiting for the bus.
The libraries are changed with new titles twice a week and patrons can either read the books at the seated stop or borrow it and read it somewhere else. They can return the books to any bus stop with a bookcase.

#5 Concrete Curves Bus Stop in Casar de Cáceres, (Spain)

Caser de Caceres
Concrete Curves Bus Stop (Spain)
 This Concrete Curves Bus Station shelter is designed by architect Justo García Rubio. It’s not like any other bus station you’ve ever seen. A swirling ribbon of concrete, it curves in and over itself to create an enclosed waiting room and a sheltered area for buses to stop.

#4 Spider Shaped Bus Stop in Nitsiku (Estonia)

Soviet Bus Stops
Spider Shaped Bus Stop (Estonia)

This Giant Spider Shaped bus stop is from the architecture of the Soviet era.
Canadian photographer Christopher Herwig taken these photographs of bus stops from traveling journey of 12 years.
For the past 12 years, He has travelled throughout the former Soviet Union snapping photos of the region’s unexpectedly crazy architecture for his new book Soviet Bus Stops.

#3 Salvaged School Bus Stop Atlanta, Georgia (USA)

School Bus Shelter
Salvaged School Bus Stop in Atlanta
It was designed by sculptor Christopher Fennell. This Bus Stop Shelter was built in 2007. This stop is made from 3 old school buses. The seat is from one of Atlanta’s decommissioned city buses. It was part of a bus stop art-ification project by the Athens Area Art Council.

#2 The Amazing Whale Jaw – Bus Station in Hoofddorp (Holland)

Bus Shelters, Netherlands
The Amazing Whale Jaw
Hoofddorp Bus Station was designed by NIO Architecten in The Netherlands. This bus station was built on the forecourt of Hoofddorp’s Spaarne Hospital in 2003. The design of this kind of building is generally neutral, but here the aim was to create a strong, individual image that was less austere and generic.
Amazing Whale Jaw is completely made of polystyrene foam and polyester and is, as such, the world’s largest structure in synthetic materials (50m x 10m x 5m). The available budget meant that it could never have been created using conventional construction methods.
You can see 3D View here.

#1 Bus Home in Ventura, California (USA)

Bus home Shelter
Bus Home in Venture
In Ventura, a bus transfer station at Telegraph Road near the Pacific View Mall is also an award-winning art piece. At a cost of $2.2 million dollars, the bus transfer station called "Bus Home" stands 36 feet tall at its highest point and is a twisty spiral of steel, concrete, and acrylic. Its grand opening was June 12, 2002, and it was built by the artist, Dennis Oppenheim. According to Oppenheim the "work depicts the metamorphosis of a bus becoming a house." and it is meant to signify that "the passengers will arrive at their destination. They will arrive home."
The art piece shows a bus slowly transforming into a house, looping through the changes. Sadly there are several criticisms of the art piece, despite the awards it has one. Besides the not surprising eye sore complaint, many travelers have complained that the art piece doesn't provide adequate shelter in inclimate weather.

 10 Psychology Tricks That Actually Works On Anybody

Psychology is the science of behavior and mind, embracing all aspects of conscious and unconscious experience and It is a powerful tool in the art of persuasion. It can prove especially helpful if you work, study, or frequent areas that require negotiation skills.
Here are a few psychological tricks that will definitely help you get what you want!

10. The Broccoli Trick 

If you want your kids to eat broccoli, ask them if they want 2 broccoli stalks or 5, instead of just asking them if they want broccoli. This way you've already made the choice for them, but they'll feel like they're getting a great deal by choosing the amount of broccoli they want. You can expand this trick to other situations, too.

9. The Conversation Conditioner

To have a little fun with words, when having a conversation with someone, pick a word they say and then each time they say the word or words close to it, smile, nod or give some type of positive affirmation, and watch them say the word all the time.

8. The Paternal Wisdom

If you want people to take you seriously, tell them what you say is what your father taught you. People tend to believe fatherly advice inherently.

7. So Agreeable

When asking someone a question, get them to agree with you by simply nodding your head. The action makes them start to think that what you're saying is true and that they should nod "yes" too since our behaviors are social.

6. The Stalker Detector

Ever get the feeling that someone is watching you, but you're not sure? Try yawning and then glancing at your suspected stalker. If they yawn, then you know they've been watching you, since yawning is contagious.

5. Build Attraction

When first meeting someone, if you do go for a handshake then make sure your hand is warm. It makes you seem much more inviting than a cold hand. Also, when you're with that person, subtly mimic their actions and posture, it builds trust and makes you seem like you two fit together better.

4. The Talk and Pile

If you want your friend to carry something, for example, if you have just bought some books from the bookstore and you want your friend to carry them, just keep talking to them while handing them the bag. Most people will automatically take the bag without thinking. However, some people will become confused.

3. The Dollar Auction

Gather a group of friends together and hold up a $1 bill for auction. Tell them that whoever gets the high bid wins the dollar, but whoever gets the second and third-highest bid will still have to honor their bid. Then, sit back and watch as the bid goes from pennies to four, even five dollars or more. How quickly your friends will forget the value of a dollar. Meanwhile, watch the second and third-highest bidder as the price gets close to a dollar.

2.  Confrontation

If you think someone is going to go off on you in a meeting, sit right next to them. It's extremely awkward talking bad about someone and being aggressive when they're so close. No one wants to sit right next to the person they just bad-mouthed, So they'll take it easier on you!

1. The Information Getter

Do you wish your mate would open up? Well ask him a question, and if he only partially answers the question, keep eye contact and remain silent for a few seconds. They will usually continue talking, maybe a bit irritated, but they will continue to talk.
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10. Madtsoia

Madtsoia would be the worst nightmare of anyone with a phobia of snakes. Although only fragmentary remains are known, it is claimed to have reached the immense length of 15-20 meters! This creature appeared in the Cretaceous period and possibly dined on dinosaurs. It was similar to today’s boas and pythons in that it was not venomous, but rather squeezed its victims to death using its immense muscular strength.

9. Purussaurus

Purussaurus was a gigantic caiman (a relative to alligators) that lived in what is today known as the Amazonian rainforest. Back in Purussaurus’ days, 8 million years ago, that region was actually a vast inland sea teaming with crocodiles, gharials, fresh water whales, giant rodents and enormous turtles. Purussaurus was the top predator in that sea, and with good reason; at 12-15 meters long, maybe more, it was one of the largest crocodilians ever to have existed.

8. Entelodon

the Entelodon, a prehistoric pig relative, was a full time carnivore and possibly one of the most monstrous-looking mammals ever. Standing on all fours, this beast was as tall as a man, and had an immense head armed with powerful jaws and sharp teeth. Scientists believe that it was able to hunt live prey

7. Azhdarchid

Azhdarchids were a kind of pterosaur (most popularly known as pterodactyls) which included the largest flying creatures ever to have existed. Some of them had wingspans of 12 to 15 meters, making them as large as a small plane (although they were obviously not as heavy). But what makes Azhdarchids really strange are their body proportions; they had ridiculously long legs, necks and beaks, and very small bodies, as well as relatively short wings.

6. Xenosmilus

Xenosmilus, possibly the nastiest feline ever to have existed. The remains of this very large cat (the size of a lion or tiger, but more robust) were recently found in Florida along with the remains of many unlucky giant peccaries (similar to wild pigs) that fell prey to it. Instead of strangling prey or breaking their neck as lions do, or stabbing them as the sabertoothed tiger did, Xenosmilus acted more like a shark or a carnivorous dinosaur, biting off a huge chunk of flesh and causing massive blood loss and shock in a matter of seconds.

5. Spinosaurus

The remains of this enormous predator where found in Egypt in 1915, and the paleontologist who studied them was already convinced that it was bigger than T-Rex. However, this couldn’t be proved as the fossils were sadly destroyed in a bombing during WWII. Recently, however, new fossils have been found, and Spinosaurus was finally declared to be the largest carnivorous dinosaur of all times. This beastie could grow up to 17 or 18 meters long, weigh up to 10 tons and had a sail on its back taller than an adult man.

4. Gorgonopsid

Gorgonopsids had a set of deadly saber-teeth (some species had two sets of them) which came handy when hunting some of the largest Permian herbivores, often the size of rhinos or bigger.
They were quite agile and could probably run quite fast, unlike the predators that came before them. Despite their reptilian appearance, gorgonopsids were actually closely related to mammals, and it is even possible that they were covered in fur

3. Edestus

Edestus was about seven meters long and was one of the top predators of the Carboniferous seas. However, scientists still don’t know how it used its extraordinary teeth; instead of constantly losing the worn out teeth and replacing them with the new ones growing in rows behind, as modern day sharks do, Edestus didn’t lose its teeth at all; instead, the new teeth pushed the old teeth out of the mouth and, eventually, the gums and teeth would protrude out of the mouth like a pair of monstrous scissors.

2.. Epicyon

Epicyon could well be described as a giant pitbull on steroids. It was a member of the Canidae or dog family, but whereas modern day canids are built for speed and endurance, Epicyon was built for brute strength, and had jaws so powerful that they could crush bone

1. Estemmenosuchus

Estemmenosuchus is one of the most bizarre-looking prehistoric monsters; it belonged to the group of the dinocephalians, and despite their dinosaur-like appearance, they were actually more closely related to mammals. Estemmenosuchus was the size of a rhinoceros, and it too had a horn on its nose, but it also had antler-like horns on the top of its head, and strange, bony protrusions coming out of its cheeks; no one knows what they were used for.
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10. Opabinia

“From Opabin Pass”
With five eyes, a single, mobile claw hitched upon a snaking proboscis, and an all too shrimp like appearance, Opabinia is an evolutionary clusterfuck. Although, such were most of the animals that evolution toyed with during the Cambrian period some 505 million years ago. They were all unique in their own little ways, Opabina especially. No other animal has had a body plan like it. Opabinia was a rather small anomalocaridid (odd shrimps), a group of stem arthropods that are related somewhat to the creepy crawlies that we have today. Anomalocaridids ranged from small Opabinia, at a measly 7 cm long (2.7 in), to titans like Anomalocaris, which was the largest predator of its time, at a full meter in length (3 ft).

9. Ambulocetus

“Walking whale”
Whales had their origins on land, no doubt about it. Small, rat like creatures like Indohyus probably were the grandfathers of giants like the blue whale that we still have today. However, Ambulocetus, the walking whale, is a major step in the whale’s evolutionary stride. Living some 50 million years ago in Pakistan, Ambulocetus lived within a coastal region in what would become the Indian subcontinent. Here, this small 3 meter long (10 ft) mammal-trying-to-be-like-a-crocodile may have acted as such, performing the role of a silent ambush predator under the water.

8. Tullimonstrum

“Tully’s Monster”
Living in coastal, tropical waters during the Carboniferous period some 300 million years ago, Tullimonstrum looks like a sci-fi creature come to life. Though it shows features from both cephalopods (with its squid like body) and arthropods (pincer like mouthparts), it is actually a type of vertebrate, or rather a primitive one at best. Related to lampreys, Tullimonstrum was an active carnivore, reaching lengths to almost 35 centimeters (14 inches). It was an open water predator, acting like a small, creepy looking mini-shark.

7. Doedicurus

“Pestle tail”
South America after the dinosaurs was a hodgepodge of evolutionary wonders. With giant birds reigning as the top predator for millions of years, massive ground sloths, and giant armoured armadillos enjoying their lives before North and South America joined together through the Panama Isthmus. Doedicurus, however, was one such giant armadillo. With an overall height of 1.5 meters (4.9 ft) and a length of 4 meters (13 ft), Doedicurus would have been an imposing sight even to the largest terror bird. The animal gets its name because if one were to remove the spikes that tipped its tail, the end result would look like a pestle.

6. Hallucigenia

“Wandering of the mind”
Named after how weird it looks, Hallucigenia is a small creepy crawly that’s stumped paleontologists and biologists alike for over one hundred years. First described in 1911, Hallucigenia was first found as a mere worm like creature with an elongated body, spikes, and what seemed like tendril like appendages and a large bulb at one end. Some people thought that this 505 million year old creature walked upon its spines, with its “tentacles” facing upwards to catch passing prey. Others thought that it walked upon its fleshy little appendages and the spines acted as defence. The bulb was always thought of as either its head, or its tail end. It wasn’t until recently that this 3 mm long mini monster’s head was finally found with creepy pinpoint eyes and circular mouthparts that made its relations to today’s velvet worms clear.

5. Helicoprion

“Spiral saw”
Eugeneodontids are a weird bunch. Consisting of hefty shark like creatures related to today’s chimera fish and rat-tails, they ruled the pre-plesiosaur seas alongside their shark cousins. Living 290 to 250 million years ago, Helicoprion is a long lived species, swimming throughout the Permian seas. Once thought to have not exceeded more than 4 meters in length, recent findings of what was left of the beast (its tooth whorls) give it an estimate of more than 8 meters in length (26 feet). Since Helicoprion was a cartilaginous fish, only its jaws ever remain intact.

4. Ambelodon 

“Shovel toothed”
Native to North America, this ancient proboscidean was the precursor to today’s modern elephants and yesterday’s woolly mammoths. Ambelodon belonged to a group of animals known as the gomphotheres, elephant like creatures with two sets of tusks, rather than two. While the upper tusks remained relatively the same shape and size as a regular elephant, the bottom two were elongated and flattened out, resembling shovels. Although Ambelodon have been depicted as having short, stubby trunks in the past, considerable evidence has stated otherwise. Having a long, powerful trunk would have aided the African Elephant sized animal in eating especially with that sort of dentition.

3. Sharovipteryx

“Sharov’s wing”
Found in Kyrgyzstan of all places, Sharovipteryx was a pinnacle of protorosaur preternaturality. Protorosaurs were a group of reptiles that lived during the Triassic period, a diverse family with many different body plans and niches. They ranged from aquatic predators to arboreal hunters, and of course, winged animals such as Sharovipteryx. Biomechanics engineers have thought of different ways as to how this weird creature could have flown, or at least, have glided. It is generally thought that this foot long creature had a structure similar to that of a Delta wing aircraft.

2. Deinocheirus

“Terrible hand”
Dinosaurs like Gallimimus have been famously depicted as being fast, agile, meek animals that preferred to run away rather than get into a fight. They were the ostriches of the Mesozoic. However, Deinocheirus is an ornithomimusaur that breaks that boundary. In 1970, the arms and hands of a massive creature were unearthed in Mongolia. Immediately, speculation followed. What was this dinosaur? Was it a new king of the dinosaurs; a fierce, dangerous monster that terrorized Asia? We would never know until 2014 when more fossils of Deinocheirus were found. Weighing in at 6 tons and reaching lengths of 11 meters (36 ft), Deinocheirus was the largest in its family, and also the weirdest. It seemed to have a hump on its back, and a face that only a mother could love.

1. Spinosaurus

“Spine lizard”
The largest flesh eating dinosaur that has ever walked this earth acted much like a modern day bear. Spinosaurus aegypticus was 15 meters in length (50 ft), and sported a sail that grew as tall as most people are today. Movies like Jurassic Park III amped up the hype that surrounds Spinosaurus, portraying it as this mega-carnivore that hunted anything in its path. However, Spinosaurus was quite the opposite. It is the first, fully semi-aquatic dinosaur that science knows of and as such, its body has adapted itself to be more streamlined and elongated to better propel itself in the water. Although it shared its habitat with large prey animals like the titanosaurs Paralititan, it also shared it with a more terrestrial and powerful predators like Carcharodontosaurus. Spinosaurus had the niche of mega-piscivore, meaning that though it was still very much a carnivore, it limited its food to fish, and the occasional small dinosaur.
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