Mark Zuckerberg: India’s data localisation demands are understandable but it comes with authoritarian risk
India’s data localisation demands are understandable but allowing it for one nation can trigger a demand from countries which are much more authoritarian and can misuse the citizens’ data, said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook is all set to nominate Peggy Alford, Senior Vice President, Core Markets of PayPal Holdings, Inc., for election to the company's board of directors at its annual meeting of stockholders slated to be held on May 30, 2019.
With an aim to enhance system density with less power consumption and cost, American networking company Arista has launched an open cloud-scale platform under Arista 7360X series.
On Friday, the social media firm admitted that it had mistakenly exposed private photos of millions of users without their permission to app developers.
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.
With case after case of misinformation, propaganda and fake news attached to its platform leading to death and severe law and order problem across the country, Facebook the owner of WhatsApp has announced a research awards to scholars to understand the menace of misinformation.
Months after rolling out WhatsApp Business app for Android, the Facebook-owned company is now reportedly working on WhatsApp Business app for iOS.
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.
Top 34 global technology and securities firms, led by Microsoft and Facebook, have signed a “Cybersecurity Tech Accord” to defend people from malicious attacks by cybercriminals and nation-states.