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The CEOs of the three behemoths of information testified for an act that prevents social media websites from being held responsible for content that users post on their platforms.
Although things are returning to normalcy, it would be a folly to expect the same old pattern of hiring to come back. The pandemic has changed the world order, and businesses have started adapting to it. Firms are tweaking their recruitment process in more than one way. Nevertheless, change also brings new opportunities. India Inc resuming recruitment at a faster pace than expected is a good sign for the entire business ecosystem.
Having been fact-checked and found wanting by Twitter, an incensed Trump, like the study in irony he is, tweeted his outrage threatening to “strongly regulate” or “close down” social media platforms, and railed, “clean up your act, NOW!!!”
Just about two years ago, whistle-blowers came forward with details of how Cambridge Analytica harvested user information from Facebook to curate personalized political advertisements.
Facebook and Twitter dominate the online political debate of the west and the ethical issue of curbing fake ads directly challenges political end-results, particularly for President Trump.
Both Twitter and WhatsApp are headed for a tough time addressing increasing regulatory scrutiny on their platforms, especially in light of the upcoming elections WhatsApp is under scrutiny by the government for misuse of its platform by users in India…