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How a bunch of elderly people are gaining popularity among the millennials of Instagram

Across the world, there are several senior people who have taken to Instagram to stay connected with their loved ones.

Google asks employees to delete China search engine memo: Report

A group of Google employees who were organising internal protests over the censored search system got access to the memo detailing information about the project.

Is this the end of the internet as you know it?

The European Union parliament has approved new copyright rules that campaigners have warned could be “catastrophic” for the internet. Members of the European Parliament voted for the controversial rules, known as Articles 11 and 13. The most criticised of those is Article 13, which stipulates that technology platforms must filter the things people post on them, and check for copyright infringement.

Twitter bug may have sent users' DMs to unknown developers

A bug in Twitter's platform for third-party app developers exposed some Direct Messages (DMs) from nearly 3 million users to outsiders, the micro-blogging platform has admitted.

Onus of keeping social media safe may shift from users to Facebook & WhatsApp: Telecom Secy

MeitY is drafting a letter asking it to design a solution to the viral messages that in the past have led to lynchings.

TAFE launches tractor rental app

With the help of this application, in the last season, 16,000 farmers earned an additional income of about Rs 10,000 each.

Google tweaks privacy policy for Indian payment app after Paytm's complain

​​Google said it might be sharing UPI transaction data, but that is with banks, merchants and third-party service providers only to aid in the seamless flow of the transaction.

‘India’s digitalisation pace is unmatched’

Cisco has been one of the most enthusiastic participants in India’s digitalisation initiatives. Former CEO John Chambers and current CEO Chuck Robbins have made frequent visits to India.

Google still allowing third-party apps read your Gmail: Report

After facing a backlash over reports in July that third-party app developers can read your Gmail, Google has once again defended its policy to allow third-party apps to access and share data from Gmail accounts.

Messaging most popular online activity for Indian consumers: Survey

The report 'Understanding consumer choice towards mobile applications' is based on a consumer survey, conducted by Nielsen, to understand the app preference of Indian consumers and the reasons driving such preferences.

Cyber security firms DigiCert, Gemalto and ISARA partner to ensure a secure future for IoT

DigiCert already works with many companies and consortiums using PKI to authenticate, encrypt and provide integrity for their connected devices.

There is need for a new law for data privacy: Supratim Chakraborty, Khaitan & Co LLP

Amendments by sectoral regulators bringing their regulations in line with the Bill may also be considered on a case by case basis.

Tweeting in Hindi gaining popularity in India: US study

A key indicator of this shift is that 11 of the 15 most retweeted messages by Indian politicians in the last year have been in Hindi.

Find ways to trace origin of messages: Government to WhatsApp

Some analysts say the government’s demand from WhatsApp is reasonable and the company could provide traceability using metadata without compromising on encryption.

Global tech firms gear up to fight India's planned data law

In July, a government panel recommended that all "critical personal data" should be processed in India, and presented a draft bill that could affect how global firms store customer data.

Google arms admins to monitor workers in G-Suite apps

Google announced a new tool "Work Insights" that entitles admins with more visibility and monitoring control into the ways that G-Suite is deployed and utilised in their organisations.

Over 180 million Windows threats detected in Q2 2018: Quick Heal

"The latest threat report highlights this risk that individuals and businesses in India currently face with this evolution of the threat landscape," Katkar said.

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