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The ability to add or edit annotations was removed on 2 May Existing annotations will still be displayed, but aren't editableWhat's changed? As announced in March, YouTube has removed the ability to add or edit annotations. Learn more
What hasn't changed? Existing annotations continue to be displayed on desktop computers.
Why is this change occurring? Annotations are outdated. They don't even work on mobile devices, which represent 60% of YouTube watch time. And annotation usage has dropped by 70% as creators switch to cards and our new end screens.
Mobile-friendly alternatives: Use cards to link to related videos, channels, websites and polls. Use end screens to promote things to viewers when they're ready to click – at the end of your video. Together, end screens and cards are at least five times better at keeping viewers on your channel.
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problem

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copyright violations

Dear Users,
We had noticed a few copyright violations, pointed out to us by the publishers / copyright owners. This may have happened due to the mistake by some of the scanning centres. Our intention is not to put any books which are within copyright on the website and hence we have requested the scanning centres to go through their scanned books and ensure that they are out of copyright. They are working hard towards this. Once they are cleared the website will be back in action. Till then kindly bear with us.
Inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.
-- DLI Team  http://www.dli.ernet.in/

network attack

Failure of Web Server bridge:
No backend server available for connection: timed out after 30 seconds or idempotent set to OFF or method not idempotent.
Your PC is vulnerable to the infamous "WannaCry" ransomware worm which uses an attack known as "DoublePulsar". The affected PC is running an old version of Windows File and Printer Sharing which contains a serious bug. Attackers can infect your PC over the network without your knowledge and install malware remotely. This is what enabled the WannaCry (WanaCrypt0r) ransomware to infect thousands of computers worldwide on May 12th, 2017. RisksAttackers can execute their own code on this device. SolutionsDisable this service in this device's settings.
Follow the instructions in Solution to solve this issue and prevent WannaCry and further threats of this nature from infecting your PC. Solution To solve this problem, immediately install the MS17-010 security update on the affected system. Select your Windows version to view…