Rewind 2019: IAF pilot Abhinandan most-searched personality; Article 370, Chandrayaan 2, Cricket WC among top trends
'Kabir Singh' and 'Avengers: Endgame' were the were most-googled movies this year.
Article 370, Ayodhya case top India's 'What is?' list on Google this year
According to Google 2019 Year in Search report, netizens in India s...
Google takes a step towards safety-first, will warn users if credentials are compromised in data breach
With the new features, Chrome will al...
Google India to face trial in pre-2009 defamation case
Visaka Industries filed the complaint after the company said it issued legal notices asking Google India to take down the write-up. Google then moved the Andhra High Court for quashing the proceedings, but did not get any relief. On Google’s appeal, SC stayed the proceedings till it had applied its mind to the issues involved.
Gmail's new feature will finally let you add emails as attachments
The feature is being rolled out gradually to all users.
Employees ain't happy enough at Facebook: Tech giant drops from 7th spot on list of best workplaces
FB now stands at number 23 on Glassdoor's list of "Best Places to Work" in 2020.
Personal Data Protection Bill seeks access to users' data from companies
The bill introduces a provision empowering the govt to ask a firm to provide anonymized personal data.
m.Paani lands $5.5 million in Series A
The digitisation platform is a marketing and data analytics startup that enables local retailers to attract customers with a mobile-based loyalty programme.
Personal Data Protection Bill: Exemptions for government agencies worry experts
The new Bill was cleared by the Union Cabinet last week and shared with Members of Parliament on Tuesday. It is expected to be tabled in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. The government could exempt its agencies from the law governing processing of personal data, citing national security. The Bill adds that certain provisions will not apply to the govt.
Former Apple executive accused of betrayal says he was snooped on
In response, Williams accused Apple of a “stunning and disquieting invasion of privacy” over its monitoring of his texts. In one message, Williams said Apple would have “no choice but to purchase” his new company.
YouTube in India has over 265 mn monthly active users 1200+ channels with 1 mn+ subs
The service has recorded 265 million monthly active users and over 1200 channels from Indian creators have crossed the 1 million subscriber mark in 2019, from about 300 in 2018. Indian women are also making their presence felt on the platform as over 120 or about 10% of these channels are run by women.
Season Two Ventures looks to raise $100 million
Season Two Ventures will make about 30 investments from this fund, starting with an initial cheque size of $500,000 to $1 million, and invest about $1 million in additional capital later on, to scale up the ventures.
Google accused of sacking workers to deter union activities
The tech giant had earlier said that the workers were let go last month for violating the company's data-security policies.
Film maker wins copyright infringement case against Google, YouTube
Suneel Darshan, the proprietor of film production company Shree Krishna International, had filed a suit for permanent injunction against Google India and YouTube, and their US parent, in 2011, in the district court of Gurgaon for infringement of his copyright.
Founders leave as Google gets caught up in antitrust lens
Big tech baiter Elizabeth Warren tweeted at Larry Page “changing your title while staying on the board... will not exempt you from accountability”.
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