New Data Protection Bill to Be Placed in Parliament Soon: Prasad

New Data Protection Bill to Be Placed in Parliament Soon: Prasad

Photo Credit: Money Sharma/ AFP Union Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday said the Data Protection Bill is ready and would be placed in Parliament soon. According to sources, the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018...
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Election Results 2019: Top 5 Ways To Check Lok Sabha Election 2019 Results Online

Election Results 2019: Top 5 Ways To Check Lok Sabha Election 2019 Results Online

Election Results 2019: Counting of votes for the 2019 general elections began at 8am IST today Highlights Result of the Lok Sabha election to be declared on May 23 Exit polls suggest PM Modi is likely to get a second...
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How Ocasio-Cortez’s “Squad” Turned Into Most Polarising Word Of The Year

How Ocasio-Cortez’s “Squad” Turned Into Most Polarising Word Of The Year

    The Squad’s members have already managed to draw attention to their shared progressive values   Highlights 4 congresswomen-elect had to be interviewed for the history they had made Their profiles on social media brings attention to Capitol Hill...
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says a Breakup Is Not the Answer

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says a Breakup Is Not the Answer

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday rejected the idea of breaking up the social media giant as off-target, saying it could hamper the fight against deceit and harmful online content. The Facebook co-founder’s defence of the leading social networ...
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Parliamentary Panel Asks Twitter to Support Free, Fair General Elections

Parliamentary Panel Asks Twitter to Support Free, Fair General Elections

A parliamentary panel on Monday asked Twitter executives to ensure that the content on their platform supports “free and fair” Lok Sabha elections and it does not face allegations of bias or politically motivated practices. The Parliamentary Standi...
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Facebook to Be Ordered to Stop Gathering User Data by German Antitrust Watchdog

Facebook to Be Ordered to Stop Gathering User Data by German Antitrust Watchdog

Germany’s antitrust watchdog plans to order Facebook to stop gathering some user data, a newspaper reported on Sunday. The Federal Cartel Office, which has been investigating Facebook since 2015, has already found that the social media giant abused its...
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Social Media Linked to Higher Risk of Depression in Teen Girls

Social Media Linked to Higher Risk of Depression in Teen Girls

Teenage girls are twice as likely as boys to show depressive symptoms linked to social media use – mainly due to online harassment and disturbed sleep, as well as poor body image and lower self-esteem, researchers said on Friday. In...
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Facebook Defends Data Sharing After New Report on Partner Deals

Facebook Defends Data Sharing After New Report on Partner Deals

Facebook defended its data sharing practices Wednesday after a report revealing that certain partners of the social network had access to a range of personal information about users and their friends. The New York Times late Tuesday reported that some 150 co...
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Facebook’s Lead EU Regulator Opens Probe Into Data Breach

Facebook’s Lead EU Regulator Opens Probe Into Data Breach

Facebook’s lead regulator in the European Union, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), on Friday began an investigation into a number of breach notifications received from the social networking site. “The Irish DPC has received a number of ...
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Facebook Says COO Sheryl Sandberg Asked for Info on Soros

Facebook Says COO Sheryl Sandberg Asked for Info on Soros

Facebook on Thursday said that chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg asked staff to look into whether billionaire critic George Soros had a financial interest in tarnishing the social network. The company was responding to a New York Times report citing so...
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