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Re: Huawei Turns To Africa To Offset US Blacklist by Karex81(m): 8:34am On Jun 12, 2019
blackaxe78:



The point is that Nigerians are not in class of people that will ditch a Google. Facebook alone is like slaughtering Nigerians. Instagram, you have killed them.
Oak os is built with linux kernel, which google use. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram will be compatible with it.Only google services won't be available but modded version will come out trust developers.
Re: Huawei Turns To Africa To Offset US Blacklist by DAVE5(m): 9:40pm On Jun 12, 2019
Shaprara:



African data means a lot, Let say the Chinese government have an agenda to push in Zambia with the vast data they have on Zambia, they can push ads on every front be it directly to your mobile, tv and all media sources, they have demographic data too so they know where the large concentration of there target audience is and the age. If China wants to push a regime change in Zambia with the data they have about Zambia, all they need to do it gather dirts about the incumbent, process it into ads, push it around target locations, sponsor activist and all. Boom uproar begins and lot of stuff happens, that’s one example and it can happen in many other ways too

Thank God we can agree on one thing which is africa boils down to number,

But pls dnt over estimate our numbers ohh... wat u put up there is an assumption situation but in terms reality about ads n stuffs like dat... d whites wld always be more beneficial to the sponsors of those ads...

Why did I say so?

Reality is data usage and YouTube watching is more popular and heavy amongst the whites than we Africans

A lot of Africans can barely eat talk less of watching vids or being targets for ads

In 1,000,000 whites 900,000 watch n use the internet

While in 10,000,000 Africans, barely 200,000 have access to stable internet

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Re: Huawei Turns To Africa To Offset US Blacklist by Shaprara: 9:52pm On Jun 12, 2019
DAVE5:


Thank God we can agree on one thing which is africa boils down to number,

But pls dnt over estimate our numbers ohh... wat u put up there is an assumption situation but in terms reality about ads n stuffs like dat... d whites wld always be more beneficial to the sponsors of those ads...

Why did I say so?

Reality is data usage and YouTube watching is more popular and heavy amongst the whites than we Africans

A lot of Africans can barely eat talk less of watching vids or being targets for ads

In 1,000,000 whites 900,000 watch n use the internet

While in 10,,000 Africans, barely 200,000 have access to stable internet

While foreign countries are doing more to protect there citizens and government facilites because they know the harm the government or the citizens could face if something goes wrong with data. Now imagine the numbers of internet users Africa has which is low but it will continue to grow and that means more technology sophistication. African leaders should start doing more to protect there own as soon as possible, that should be the bottom line I think

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