WhatsApp snooping row: Baghel orders probe
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel seeks a probe into illegal surveillance in the state affairs through Israeli spyware Pegasus that was earlier reported to be snooping on people by enabling a jailbreak system on their devices. A three-member committee is summoned to investigate further into the matter.
PM Modi asks people to share inputs for 59th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat'
PM Modi on Monday asked the people to share their inputs for the 59th ...
Over 260 cops keep an eagle eye on social media
Twitter saw the most number of violations at 5,294 over the last two days. While these accoun...
View: Make CERT-In liable to notify victims of cyberattacks
WhatsApp breach shows Indian victims are stuck with no way to know if they have fallen prey to a cyberattack.
WhatsApp taking cues from Instagram? Messaging app finally gets a catalog feature
The new WhatsApp tool stops short as transactions still occur elsewhere.
WhatsApp introduces catalogs for small businesses
The catalog feature is available to businesses using the WhatsApp Business app on both Android and iPhone in Brazil, Germany, India, Indonesia, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S. It will be rolling out around the world soon.
WhatsApp introduces 'Catalogs' for small businesses
Catalogs are a mobile storefront for businesses to showcase and share their goods so that people can easily browse and discover something they would like to buy.
Govt app will track water tanker movements
The Bhoomi Monitoring Cell (BMC) has come up with a solution to ensure people receive drinking water the government has arranged for them, by making it mandatory for tanker drivers to install an app and upload photos and videos of the water supply trips
WhatsApp can’t start payments business, RBI tells SC
NPCI manages UPI, which clocked over a billion transactions last month. The SC had recently asked RBI to update it on WhatsApp’s data localisation status. WhatsApp could be hit in its biggest mkt. This was RBI’s response dated November 6 to the SC as the apex court had asked it to update it on WhatsApp’s data localisation compliance status in August.
Snooping boosts government's WhatsApp traceability case
It means anyone can now hack into a device, take control of it and use it to spread malicious rumours that are detrimental to national security or those that lead to incidents of lynching, the official said.
WhatsApp users can now decide who can add them to groups
To enable the new update, WhatsApp users have to go to settings in their app, then tap account, followed by privacy and groups and then select one of three options: ‘everyone’, ‘my contacts’ or ‘my contacts except’. ‘My contacts’ means only the contacts that a user has in his address book can add him to groups.
By invitation only: WhatsApp introduces new privacy setting for groups
Users will have three days to accept the invite before it expires.
WhatsApp breach turns into a competitive advantage for secure messaging & calling apps Telegram and Signal
Data from the San Francisco-headquartered app analytics firm App Annie, shared with ET, shows Signal peaked at the 39th position in the social networking app downloads category in India on the iOS app store on November 3, up from its 105th position just a week ago.
Draft law proposes compensation for faulty medical devices, implants
At present, there are no legal provisions to compensate patients facing health problems due to faulty implants or medical devices. The draft legislation, titled Medical Devices (Safety, Effectiveness and Innovation) Bill, 2019, has been put up for consultation within ministries. It aims at regulating all locally-made and imported medical devices.
Sameer India’s AQI review: An easy-to-navigate app with clear user interface
The listed cities are colour-coded, based on their AQI levels.
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