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WhatsApp says the traceability clause in India’s new IT Rules is against the right to privacy of its users. The government says the clause is essential for national security, and that the right to privacy is not absolute.
Ramps up Covid efforts to payment links Highlight Organisations raising donations can use Cashfree payment links to raise funds and accept payments digitally Organizations can set up accounts and start collecting donations for COVID-19 relief activities under 12 hours All…
Collaborates with Whatsapp enabled service for doctors consultation – Meddo Health, a network of over 300 plus digitally-enabled full-service OPD health centres in Delhi NCR, today announced their partnership with District Administration Gurugram for their official Covid-19 relief chatbot. Reaching…
The world has witnessed many influential entrepreneurs over the years but no business magnate or tycoon comes close to the power commanded by Elon Musk’s voice.
The US FTC and attorneys general from 46 states filed a lawsuit against Facebook, alleging gross abuse of market power and illegal acquisition of WhatsApp and Instagram.
Despite the tech giants ramping up lobbying in the face of antitrust scrutiny by FTC, its Facebook’s turn to receive lawsuits after Google.
From online courses to making a Zoom call, people are taking on productive activities to make the most out of their coronavirus quarantine
For Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, chaos is a time of opportunity. In India, the Silicon Valley billionaire has 400 million strong markets that his company has sadly failed to monetize. Facebook’s investment of $5.7 billion in Reliance Jio Platforms is Zuckerberg’s biggest investment since acquiring WhatsApp.