Are foreigners working at an Italian restaurant?




Although foreigners are not walking too much in Tokyo in the Japanese town,
Where did the Japanese get acquainted with the people they are going to marry internationally?

When you buying a wedding dress in the magazine, the extra item is a matchmaking party. You can talk to a suspicious advertisement model.
Which foreigners will come with all the dresses from the magazine?

People who have decided to marry said they are proud to be put in Russian military bases or American military bases.

Do you know where Americans and Russians live?
They said eeryone can enter in it freely.
Do you think where is the English classroom sign?

Women in the base says "We are different from you,especially family name."
They are amazing,that is castle isn't it?

And what they do every day in the castle is practicing ballet and English study!?

If I say "I want to call an English conversation teacher."
how I get the phone number from the military base?

I wonder that ballet class teacher taught it to them....

Finally you arrived in Spain from Russia.

Today's N.Y TIMES news.

Why are Telegram Trying

It's from intelligence.
Telegram in the world,a platform users scrutiny has its own problems.
In recent years, the Islamic State has used Telegram that is leading attempts to block the Telegram app.
Telegram was pitched privacy and Telegram users.
Telegram was rejects a cybersecurity.
Who is visiting users were suspicious that rivals like WhatsApp or Signal would allow to Western intelligence agencies.
Telegram’s recent Kremlin figures leader are 200 million users.
Telegram’s scrutiny where found Telegram used by the Islamic State.
The channels featuresTelegram that would remain.

Telegram’s founder

The founder of Telegram was seen when it still appeared a future  for web freedom.
"it was more"he told The Times.
Following  the look and feel in 2014 Telegram, offer a people who were worried about their leaving Russia.
He roamed the world with Telegram,recently spending time in the Caribbean.
This type of code without the server to communication between two users without their consent,Telegram own secure of system is up for works,security of it suggests.
Think it is serious issues by researchers.
Technology found security could Telegram.
When, for that type of thing — which can be just as useful for intelligence contrast on its users.



Western Telegram appeared reluctant to Telegram.
It has fueled for surveillance.
Telegram’s user is the app. (Some countries using location and  restrictions.)
“The Western democracies allowing people to talk securely”
Figures including collective posturing concern about Telegram.
“I regard myself as a tech entrepreneur,” he told.


What is Telegram, and Why Are Iran and Russia Trying to Ban It?

Promising its users protection from the prying eyes of intelligence services, Telegram has become one of the most popular instant messaging apps in the world.

But providing a platform that allows users to evade official scrutiny has brought its own problems. In recent years, the Islamic State has used Telegram to organize terrorism plots, disseminate propaganda and claim responsibility for attacks.

Now, citing national security, the governments of Iran and Russia are leading attempts to block the Telegram app.


Privacy as a sales pitch

Telegram started in the wake of revelations by Edward Snowden of large-scale state surveillance in the United States, and it was pitched as a champion of privacy. When Facebook acquired WhatsApp, another messaging start-up, Telegram attracted millions of new users.
Although Telegram was founded by a Russian, Pavel Durov (more on him later), the messaging app rejects any affiliation with Russia. Nonetheless, Alan Woodward, a cybersecurity expert who is a visiting professor at the University of Surrey, in England, said that “the fact that it’s not American” was a major attraction.
Mr. Woodward added that many users were suspicious that rivals like WhatsApp or Signal would allow backdoor access to Western intelligence agencies.
Before Telegram’s recent problems, institutions like the Kremlin and figures like Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, had been among the messaging app’s 200 million users. But Telegram’s increasing popularity prompted scrutiny from countries like France, where investigators found that the app had become a platform for coordinating terrorism.
The growing criticism led Telegram to ban public channels used by the Islamic State. (The channels are one of its distinctive features, allowing messages to be broadcast to an indefinite number of users.) But Mr. Durov and others at Telegram insisted that private messages would remain private.


Here’s more on Telegram’s founder, Pavel Durov

Mr. Durov, the founder of Telegram, is in exile. But not long ago, he was seen as Russia’s Mark Zuckerberg. Now 33, Mr. Durov started a social network, VKontakte, in 2006, when Russia still appeared to have a future as a haven for web freedom. “In some ways, it was more liberal than the United States,” he told The Times almost a decade later, after he chose to leave his country following clashes with the government of President Vladimir V. Putin.
Mr. Durov sold VKontakte, which shared the look and feel of Facebook but was more popular in Russia, and left the country with a reported $300 million in his pocket in 2014. Once abroad, he began Telegram, hoping to offer a service to people who were worried about their privacy.
Since leaving Russia, Mr. Durov has roamed the world with a core team of Telegram engineers, recently spending time in Dubai. Mr. Durov also holds a passport from St. Kitts and Nevis, a nation in the Caribbean.


So, is it totally watertight?

Telegram uses end-to-end encryption, as do WhatsApp and Signal. This type of encryption converts messages into a code without the help of a server in the middle, making it nearly impossible to gain access to communication between two users without their consent.
But Telegram uses its own secure messaging protocol, called MTProto, and the robustness of that system is up for debate. “Nobody quite knows how it works, and a lot of the security analysis that has been done of it suggests that it’s not as secure as some people think it is,” Mr. Woodward said.
The app “has had serious and simple issues in the protocol,” an analysis by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found, adding that “any knowledgeable security expert could penetrate” those weaknesses.
Mr. Woodward said that Telegram “also leaks a lot of metadata — so who’s calling whom, when, for how long, that type of thing — which can be just as useful for intelligence organizations.” (Signal, by contrast, is said to retain barely any information on its users.)

Balancing privacy and security

Western governments have been critical of Telegram’s privacy policy, but have nonetheless appeared reluctant to ban Telegram. The app’s use by terrorists has fueled the debate about the need for surveillance, however.
Some of Telegram’s largest user bases are in Iran and Russia — the very countries that have tried to block the app. (Some users in those countries have been using virtual private networks, or VPNs, to hide their geographical location and in that way circumvent restrictions.)
“The jurisdictions that are blocking it are obviously not the liberal Western democracies that are used to allowing people to talk securely,” Mr. Woodward said.
Demonstrations in Russia against the app’s blocking have included prominent opposition figures, including Aleksei A. Navalny, the anti-corruption activist; and Maria Alyokhina, a member of the feminist collective Pussy Riot.
Despite the posturing, Mr. Durov has pushed against making concerns about Telegram a political issue. “I regard myself as a tech entrepreneur,” he told The Financial Times recently, “not as a politician or philosopher.”.