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After Facebook data breach, can we trust WhatsApp? Experts cast doubt on privacy features
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After Facebook data breach, can we trust WhatsApp? Experts cas...

Facebook-owned WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging service with over 200-million active users in India, might not be as secure as being claimed, with experts raising questions about certain provisions of the user agreement wherein most of its wrongdoings ... DNA, 2 weeks ago
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Punjab Police arrest radicalised explosives expert, avert terror attack

[India], Apr 6 (ANI): The Punjab Police on Friday averted a major lone wolf attack in the state with the arrest of a well-educated but radicalised Sikh youth. The Punjab Police on Wednesday arrested an Engineering Graduate, Inderjit Singh who also holds a MBA ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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Bots may soon replace human workers at client sites

Experts, however, are of the opinion that a world manned mostly by bots is still some time away. Also, new jobs -- of bot builders and supervisors -- will emerge with time. Image: Commerce Bot, that provides customer service with artificial intelligence technology and voice recognition, is seen at SK Telecom's stand at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on February 28, 2017. Photograph: Paul Hanna/Reuters. The bots are coming. Finally! US-based Automation Anywhere, founded by four ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Wanted: An agency to probe financial crimes, hacking

'A separate 'Investigation Agency (Other Offences)' or IA(OO), can be created under the state governments, with the expertise and resources required for investigating non-violent offences,' recommends Alok Tiwari, a Cabinet Secretariat officer. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It is generally accepted that India's criminal justice system is not functioning well. An oft-cited statistic in this regard is the poor conviction rate for criminal offences. It is taken as evidence of sub-par ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Indian laws inadequate to deal with data theft, say experts

At 462.12 million, India has the second highest number of internet users in the world after China but lacks the legal framework to ensure data protection and privacy with current laws inadequate for the rapidly-evolving sector, say cybersecurity experts. As ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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TCS@50: Why India must be in eternal debt to F C Kohli

50 years ago, on April 1, 1968, Tata Consultancy Services -- now India's leading IT company -- was born.The foundation for TCS was laid by Faqir Chand Kohli whose life touched directly or indirectly many, many, Indians, says Shivanand Kanavi, the well-known technology journalist who as vice-president, TCS, has known Mr Kohli for two decades. He has been variously described as: The 'Bhishma Pitamaha of the Indian software industry', a la the epic Mahabharat; a master strategist and visionary ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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NaMo App: 'He is still subject to the law'

'... because he is collecting information through his app.''It is his responsibility to understand what data is being collected, who it is being shared with and what it is used for.''It is really troublesome that someone in a position of power is misleading people and presumably, citizens of the country to give up data.''That is not a part of informed consent.'Ritu Jha/indica reports from California. "How come, a prime minister who promotes Digital India, who went to Facebook, Google, (and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Facebook scandal could push other tech companies to tighten data sharing

Big internet companies and small software developers alike are likely to face scrutiny over how they share customer information in the wake of the scandal involving Facebook Inc and the British election consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. Lawmakers in the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Price sensitivity issues dog PNB's fraud disclosures

The challenge before the management is ensuring simultaneous disclosure of key information to stock exchanges and investigating agencies. The ongoing events at Punjab National Bank have put the State-owned lender in a problem regarding revealing price-sensitive information. The challenge before the management is ensuring simultaneous disclosure of key information to stock exchanges and investigating agencies. Given the turn of recent events, the bank has not been able to disclose all ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Can these stocks shine amid market gloom?

Investors turn their attention to export-driven sectors, experts tell Krishna Kant. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh After betting on the domestic consumption story for over three years, equity investors could now turn their attention to export-driven sectors. In the last month, the S&P BSE Sensex is down six per cent, while the Nifty IT (information technology) index is down only 1.5 per cent during this period. Other export-focused companies in pharmaceutical, automobile and agrochemicals ...
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