FB said that “a total of 562,455 people in India” were potentially affected by the unauthorised sharing of data — mined by Kogan — with Cambridge Analytica.
The Narendra Modi government has a huge focus on emerging technologies such as AI and Blockchain and has asked Niti Aayog to create a national strategy for leveraging these technologies.
Info of over half a million of Indian users may have been improperly shared with the UK-based firm Cambridge Analytica, Facebook has admitted.
Nasscom chief Debjani Ghosh wants to correct the wrong impression that tech is a job taker.
Experts say sections of IT Act have provisions to govern Facebook on privacy but that’s not enough
If someone accesses your systems without permission, copies or downloads data, it becomes the basis for seeking damages by way of compensation under Section 43 of the IT Act.
In its earlier notice issued to Cambridge Analytica, the government had sought details on whether they have been engaged in any assignment to utilise data of Indians from the above cited breach.
“With fintech startups there is a new market which is opening up now, which is where Adobe needs to transpose what it has done for some of the big banks and insurance companies,” said Kulmeet Bawa, MD, South Asia, Adobe.
The PM had earlier asked ministries to compile a list of promises fulfilled vis-à-vis the targets set in the election manifesto of the BJP in 2014.
Ravi Shankar Prasad rebuffed criticism that companies are only doing assembly in India and said the government has approved three large proposals to manufacture PCBs in India.
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