Saturday, December 4, 2021

Tag: Cambridge Analytica

Cyberbit has appointed former Country Manager for IBM Security Software, India/South Asia Rakesh Kharwal as the Managing Director for India/South Asia and ASEAN.

India can bridge global void by developing cybersecurity force using youth

The global problem of cybersecurity has also come across as the much-needed solution for India, especially as it aims to make its economy worth $5 trillion. India can help bridge the global void by developing a cybersecurity force using the youth.
KK Mookhey, Founder & CEO of Network Intelligence

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.
Facebook says 87 million users including 5.6 lakh in India may be affected with Cambridge Analytica data mining

Facebook says 5.6 lakh people in India may be affected with Cambridge Analytica data scandal

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.
Cambridge Analytica and Facebook Fallout: After Elon Musk’s Tesla and Space X, now Playboy deletes its Facebook page

After Elon Musk’s Tesla and SpaceX, now Playboy deletes Facebook page

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, Cambridge Analytica Scandal, Facebook–Cambridge Analytica Scan-dal, Information Technology Act 2000

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.
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