The debate in the clubhouse is flying in the dust. There is also a debate about ‘Club House’. On the other hand, the discussion about Tamilization of the name of Club House is in full swing. So there is no doubt that this processor has got tremendous response among Indians. We need to think about the background to why it became so popular.
‘Have you joined the clubhouse?’ In conversations on social media, many people ask or say about ‘Let’s meet clubhouse’. Because of this enthusiasm, even those who do not yet know Clubhouse are interested in the Internet. What is the reason for ‘Clubhouse’ getting such a huge reception in India at an introductory pace?
An attractive feature of the ‘Clubhouse’ service is the opportunity to create sound rooms in the clubhouse and engage in conversation, as well as enter the desired number of rooms in the chat room without limits and participate in discussions.
However, instead of examining the reasons for the success of ‘Clubhouse’, it is pertinent to discuss why our people are so keen on this service.
This is because the wave of upheaval caused by the ‘clubhouse’ in the west has lessened, raising questions about the possibility of the service’s continued growth. In this context, the wave of ‘clubhouse’ has started spreading in the Terai regions including India.
There has been criticism that no innovation has been possible in ‘clubhouse’ service since its initial launch, and that even in the early stages it evolved into a strategically inflated balloon without achieving normal growth. It is done.
‘Clubhouse’ is said to have introduced a processor for the iPhone, a processor that can only be used on calls, which gives it a unique character and attracts attention.
Tesla co-founder Elon Musk and Facebook co-founder Zuckerberg came into the room and discussed the social audio service’s innovative feature, which allows speech-only conversations.
There is also criticism that investors took advantage of these facilities and invested money and developed it in a hurry.
Not only that, but the processors are also said to have manipulated the users with clever design techniques (these are called dark patterns). In addition, the algorithm has spread the web and users have liked the service.
As such, users naturally do not want a ‘clubhouse’ service. There is an opinion that they were subjected to that condition without knowing it.
He also alleged that access to the cell phone contacts of ‘Clubhouse’ users was tampered with. It is said that users do not want to call contacts even though information is sent to the contacts.
Although access to contacts has been somewhat restricted since the initial complaint, users’ privacy remains a concern. The fact is that users do not have complete control over their hands.
They say the ‘clubhouse’ rooms don’t have enough restrictions to deal with disturbances and trespassing. Despite all these criticisms in the US a few months back, the company has come to focus on expansion and growth without caring too much about it in countries including India.
The ‘Clubhouse’ introduced on Android phones has been well received in India. Why are Indians so aggressively adopting the processor when there are complaints of privacy violations, even though many are using Clubhouse innovatively?
While major processors, including Facebook, have been accused of privacy breaches and data collection, technicians are asking how a new processor might understand how to make old mistakes without learning any lessons from these discussions.
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Whatever the strategy of the clubhouse, we need to ask why this processor was reliably accepted without question.
When a processor goes viral and creates a stir, why run into that processor without thinking about its origins, privacy protections, user control features, etc.?
How many people have read what the clubhouse terms and conditions say. Did you know that it is said that it is not possible to completely run out of that processor? How to understand that this processor is banned in China?
What exactly is the novelty of the ‘Clubhouse’ service? It establishes itself as a social media extension of an Internet radio service called Podcasting. You can run your own radio service and talk services through podcasting. Why is the clubhouse the only attraction that doesn’t have this facility?
Also known as YouTube for Audio soundcloud The service also allows you to upload audio and chat. It is worth noting that users can have more control and freedom over these services.
What is the reason that our people, who are blind to services like podcasting and SoundCloud, are stuck in the ‘clubhouse’ service?
Why so much… even in our country’leharProcessors have been providing this feature for a few years now. Singari Processor recently launched a service called Fireside.
Despite so many questions like this, what’s the point of unifying a processor without trying to reconcile it. Can it be assumed that this processor has mastered the feeling of ‘fear of missing out’ which is considered the primary strategy?
When a new service or processor is introduced, what is the nature of it? What use does it provide? Already have similar services? What do we get from using it? It is important to ask such questions.
Major Internet companies including Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Twitter use our data to generate advertising revenue. With many criticisms on the activities of these companies, it is time for us as users to be more cautious.
Introduce services like ‘Clubhouse’. Can they develop innovation and respect for users. It is up to us to make companies realize this.
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