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Twitter says sorry for suspending accounts without notice
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Twitter says sorry for suspending accounts without notice

Several Twitter users in India cried foul as they found their accounts to be suspended for no clear reason. Some of the users who reported the snag include prominent news personalities such as Faking News editor Rahul Roushan and Rupa Subramanya. The glitch ... Tech2, 3 weeks ago
India TV

Twitter blames tech glitch for suspension of several accounts

New Delhi: Twitter India has apologised for suspending several accounts without a warning and said that the suspension was accidental. The micro-blogging website caused fresh controversy on Saturday after accounts of some prominent media ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Twitter suspends some accounts, later apologizes  India TV3 weeks ago Twitter apologises but says change behaviour  The Hindu3 weeks ago Twitter outrage over 'suspension' of accounts  Times of India3 weeks ago
Livemint.com

Algorithmic filtering, censorship on Twitter, Facebook?

Outrage over suspension of some Twitter accounts, firm does not offer any reason for the technical glitch Leslie DMonte Tweet Tweet Subscribe to: Daily Newsletter Breaking News Latest News 08:49 PM IST 07:44 PM IST 07:19 PM IST ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Suspension of some Twitter accounts sparks controversy

Bangalore, Nov 1: Twitter India witnessed a fresh controversy snowballing on Saturday after some accounts on the micro-blogging site were suspended without any prior warning. Accounts of prominent Twitter personalities like Faking News editor Rahul Roushan ...
 One India3 weeks ago

Short skirts, bad stars, chow mein: Why men in India rape women

The 2012 Delhi bus rape case and an ever-longer list of rapes and murders in India have prompted politicians and public figures in India to cite plenty of implausible reasons why rape happens and why men brutalise women or portray women in ways that ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago

Why Kailash Satyarthi's Nobel Prize is controversial in India

Please support our site by enabling javascript to view ads. LONDON — He has saved 83,000 Indian children from virtual slavery. He has campaigned for 34 years to end child labor. He has transformed more than 350 Indian villages into ...
 GlobalPost1 month ago

Twitter trolls are attacking Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai

Inevitably, perhaps, conspiracy nuts and internet trolls have emerged from under their rocks to attack Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai . Yousafzai was awarded the prize today in recognition for her courageous promotion of ...
 Quartz1 month ago

Why India's leader won't eat with Obama

By , CNN Follow @MbasuCNN (CNN) Fillet of sole with tyrolienne sauce. Supreme of pheasant Veronique. Chocolate lotus blossoms. These are culinary creations that were served in the past to Indian prime ministers visiting the White House. ...
 CNN1 month ago

Ten from B'lore stranded in flood-hit Srinagar

A trip to Kashmir has turned into a nightmare for three families from Bangalore as they have been stranded in the second floor of a hotel in Srinagar that was flooded due to heavy rains in the valley. Ten people from three families, all relatives and ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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