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Digital footprints left by you can be very wide but fortunately, now there are tools that can help you manage the quantity and type of information you share online.
Can Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram be blocked for national security and public order: Asks Modi government to industry
Department of Telecom (DoT) has written to telecom operators and different stakeholder for their inputs to block the applications under Section 69A of the IT Act.
The Craigslist decision not to enter the app space may be contributing to Facebook Marketplace’s growth as the feature now appears as a permanent icon along the bottom of the Facebook app.
Facebook is flawed, sooner you delete, better it would be for your life: CEO Network Intelligence KK Mookhey
The entire model of most social media sites – Facebook most of all – is inherently flawed. People and businesses produce the content and then the same people and businesses consume the content.
As many as 87 million users including half-a-million in India may had their data improperly collected and used by UK-based data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica, said Facebook. This is 37 million more than the previous estimates by New York Times and The Guardian.
Cyber Security researchers have discovered a new strain of Chinese Android Trojan that is customised to steal chats, shared videos, pictures and audio files.
Playboy said that the recent news about Facebook's alleged mismanagement of users' data had solidified its decision to suspend its activity on the platform.
Facebook Cambridge Analytica Controversy: Lack of data protection laws, privacy rules in India, makes privacy a farce
India has many compliances that companies follow for data protection and privacy issues, but, the adoption is not yet reached the stage where one can confidently say that citizens are protected in case of any privacy issues.
Facebook Cambridge Analytica Controversy is a warning for India’s relatively weak data security framework
The Facebook Cambridge Analytica controversy should be seen as a warning for the country’s relatively weak data security framework, and strict protection and privacy laws need to be put in place having minimum loopholes.
Facebook Cambridge Analytica Scandal: Article 72A of Information Technology Act not enough to protect user’s data
As per section 72A, securing access and providing ‘any material containing personal information about an-other person’ without consent of that person, or in breach of contract of a service is punishable with imprisonment or fine, or both.