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EPFO says Aadhaar data is safe
UIDAI distanced itself from the controversy saying the website where the leak happened does not belong to UIDAI in any manner whatsoever.
CBI writes to Facebook, Cambridge Analytica over data theft
In the letters sent to the companies, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) h...
Ireland questions FB’s plan to merge Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp
The Irish Data Protection Commission, which is responsible for regula...
Mark Zuckerberg loses $16.8 billion in a snap as Facebook plunges
His fortune tumbled as shares of Facebook slid 20% in post-market trading on disappointing results.
How data privacy and governance issues have battered Facebook ahead of 2019 polls
Data privacy has battered Facebook. It requires greater scrutiny in India ahead of elections.
Move over, news feed: Mark Zuckerberg bets Facebook's future on video & disappearing posts
The company’s flagship social network has almost reached saturation point in terms of its growth.
Facebook closing in on record 2 bn users this year!
This will be a major milestone that no other internet company has reached. As of 2016, FB had 1.86 bn monthly active users.
When New Year messages from Kim Jong Un, Emmanuel Macron struck the right notes
State heads and company CEOs reflected on the year past and spoke about their vision for the future.
GDP data revision: Niti Aayog's role raises eyebrows; some feel it was best avoided
Sources in the govt said the row could have been avoided by keeping out the Niti Aayog from the press briefing.
Data thieves can steal your money: Here's how to protect yourself
Rampant use of apps and social media can leave you vulnerable to financial loss.
4G Plans, Feature Phone to Drive User Addition at Jio: Fitch
Fitch said Jio's telecom business is expected to continue its robust growth over the medium term.
Will ensure Facebook not misused in Indian polls: Mark Zuckerberg
Zuckerberg also apologised to users for allowing political-advertising firm Cambridge Analytica to gain access to the personal data of 50 million Facebook members without their knowledge.
Europe's data protection law may have severe implications for India’s IT industry
Entities operating in the EU or even outside have to significantly adjust their businesses if they hold, process or transact with data of EU nationals.
Social media poised for more scrutiny, greater checks in 2019
The year 2018 will go down in history as the one where social networking platforms made country-specific changes and agreed to store user data belonging to Indians within the country.
Indian IT roped in to rid Facebook of its fake news woes
To fight fake news, Facebook has increased engagement with firms including Genpact and Accenture, sources say.
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