Facebook global exec moots 'prospective' solution on WhatsApp issue; govt stands firm on traceability
The issue of traceability has been a flashpoint between the government and WhatsApp.
Facebook still at odds with government over WhatsApp monitoring
FB VP is believed to have offered to track WhatsApp activities of persons dee...
This isn’t Facebook: WeWork gets a lesson in going public
It is unclear just what WeWork might fetch on the open market. Only months ago, som...
Facebook urges India to share data, not hoard it
Clegg said that the true value of data comes from allowing data to flow freely and encouraging the innovation that stems from it.
Important to check virality of malicious content: Nicholas Clegg, Vice-President of global affairs & communications, Facebook
The Cambridge Analytica issue did considerable damage to Facebook’s reputation, Clegg
Spooked by Facebook's Libra, euro zone to step up work on public cryptocurrency
The currency union has worked in past years on several plans to make digital payments cheaper and faster, but none of them has properly taken off so far.
Facebook global executive meets IT minister, discusses cross-border data flows
Terming India as a "huge market" for Facebook and its group companies, Nick Clegg said the US tech giant is "keen to make progress" on rolling out its payments services on WhatsApp.
SC defers Facebook's Aadhaar-social media linkage matter for September 24
Justice Deepak Gupta said the court may give more time if the Centre is considering framing something in the near future.
Facebook joining the streaming race? Tech giant likely to unveil Fire Stick competitor soon
The new streaming hardware will be part of the company's Portal family of devices.
Paramount Cables sees Rs 3,000 crore opportunity in undersea cable business in next 5 years
The company also sees that high speed data and advent of 5G will exponentially push demand for undersea cables, connecting telecom networks of various nations.
Data is not oil, no need to hoard it: Facebook’s Nick Clegg
Calls on India to allow free flow of data across borders to discover its true value.
Facebook suspends Benjamin Netanyahu's chatbot for violating hate speech policies
Facebook told Times of Israel that the bot was temporarily suspended for 24 hours and that action would also be taken against any possible future violations of the company's policy.
How WhatsApp Business has become a popular tool for micro enterprises
Small businesses are finding Whatsapp Business an acceptable substitute for a website or app.
Period-tracking app Maya shares users personal data with Facebook
Maya, owned by Delhi-based Sheroes, a women-only community platform, was found to one of the two apps extensively sharing sensitive personal data with third parties, including Facebook.
Women’s health app Maya sharing users personal data with Facebook
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