SC seeks details from Google, FB, WhatsApp on objectionable content

The Supreme Court on Monday sought details of complaints received by Internet majors like Google, Yahoo and Facebook and instant messaging application WhatsApp in India regarding uploading of objectionable contents on...
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Facebook bids $600 million to livestream IPL matches

In a 'bold' move to stream the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches, Facebook placed a $600 million bid to secure five years' digital distribution rights for the IPL. However, Star India...

Twitter’s new terms of service draw online criticism

Twitter's new terms of service that apparently allow other companies to re-publish content on its platform without any compensation have sparked widespread online criticism. The clause that has received flak allows the...
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Pages sharing fake news can’t buy ads: Facebook

Taking ahead its battle against the spread of fake news and misinformation, Facebook has decided to stop Pages that share fake news regularly from buying any ads from the company. According to...

Facebook beats Twitter: Jefferies

Though Twitter is a favourite place for US President Donald Trump to reach his audience, it has lost out to Facebook as Wall Street firm Jefferies slashed its investment rating on...

SC ruling has no direct impact on WhatsApp, Facebook: Expert

The Supreme Court's judgment declaring the Right to Privacy a fundamental right will have no direct impact on WhatsApp and Facebook, a cyber security expert said on Thursday. "The reason for this...
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Modi, Priyanka feature in LinkedIn Power Profiles List of 2017

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and actress Priyanka Chopra have found a spot in the LinkedIn Power Profiles List of 2017. Professional networking giant LinkedIn on Wednesday announced its fourth edition of...

Facebook allows publishers put logos next to headlines

In a move to give publishers a brand recognition on its platfrom, Facebook has released new tools that lets media houses display their logos alongside headlines. According to a report in Adage...

Twitter too slow to act on abusive content: British MP

A British Labour Party leader has accused Twitter of acting too slow while taking down graphic images of suspected rape and abuse cases even after such tweets were reported. According to a...

Facebook allows advertisers to buy in-stream ads

In a bid to give advertisers more flexibility and control to buy video ads to meet their target audience, Facebook has introduced an option to deliver ads on in-stream placements in...



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