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Twitter, Facebook brief Parliamentary panel over safeguarding citizens' rights
National

Twitter, Facebook brief Parliamentary panel over safeguarding citizens' rights

The representatives of social media companies - Twitter and Facebook - appeared before parliamentary standing committee for Information and Technology (IT) in connection with "safeguarding citizens' rights and prevention of misuse of social/online news media platforms" here today.

Twitter, Facebook brief Parliamentary panel over safeguarding citizens' rights
National

Twitter, Facebook brief Parliamentary panel over safeguarding citizens' rights

The representatives of social media companies - Twitter and Facebook - appeared before parliamentary standing committee for Information and Technology (IT) in connection with "safeguarding citizens' rights and prevention of misuse of social/online news media platforms" here today.

J&K policeman arrested for 'sarcastic' post on Facebook
National

J&K policeman arrested for 'sarcastic' post on Facebook

Srinagar, Jan 20 The Jammu and Kashmir Police has arrested one of its personnel for a "sarcastic" post ...

Dr Leena S' News Express Post marks her foray into Indian media industry
Business

Dr Leena S' News Express Post marks her foray into Indian media industry

Successful woman entrepreneur Dr Leena S, who is the Founder of the nationally recognized salon chain, The Nail Artistry, has announced her foray into the Indian media industry News Express Post, an online news platform that will offer unbiased and facts based news reports from across the nation. The unique platform aims at fighting rampant fake news and misinformation being peddled by most online websites and social media platforms.

Facebook AI now better describe photos for visually impaired
Health

Facebook AI now better describe photos for visually impaired

New Delhi, Jan 20 Facebook has announced new improvements in its artificial intelligence (AI) technology to generate descriptions ...

Denmark mulls Taiwan's WHO return despite opposition from China
International

Denmark mulls Taiwan's WHO return despite opposition from China

Denmark's parliament is reportedly considering a resolution to support Taiwan's bid to return to the World Health Organization (WHO), despite opposition from China, according to Danish media and Taiwan's representative office.

Facebook to use AI in predicting if COVID-19 patients need better healthcare
Technology

Facebook to use AI in predicting if COVID-19 patients need better healthcare

American social media giant Facebook is publishing a research conducted by its artificial intelligence (AI) unit in an effort to help healthcare providers predict in advance if a COVID-19 patient may need more intensive care solutions and adjust resources accordingly.

WhatsApp may retain only 18 per cent users amid privacy row: Survey
Technology

WhatsApp may retain only 18 per cent users amid privacy row: Survey

A recent survey has revealed that only 18 per cent of users may continue using WhatsApp in India while 36 per cent will reduce their usage drastically. Also, 15 per cent of users are likely to stop using the app completely, amid the ongoing privacy row.

WhatsApp delays enforcement of updated privacy policy to May 15 amid backlash
Technology

WhatsApp delays enforcement of updated privacy policy to May 15 amid backlash

Instant messaging application WhatsApp has decided to delay the deployment of its privacy terms by three months, following backlash from users.

WhatsApp privacy policy change to be discussed in Parliamentary panel's meeting with FB, Twitter officials
National

WhatsApp privacy policy change to be discussed in Parliamentary panel's meeting with FB, Twitter officials

Change in WhatsApp privacy policy will be among other issues which will be discussed in the meeting between officials of Facebook and Twitter and the Parliamentary standing committee on Information Technology (IT) on January 21, sources said.

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