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#DeleteFacebook trends globally: Is this the end of the largest social network in the world?

#DeleteFacebook trends globally: Is this the end of the larges...

It’s been a rough couple of days for Facebook. British data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica is at the centre of controversy in the United States and Britain after two newspapers reported that the company harvested personal data about Facebook users ... DNA, 33 minutes ago

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Punjab cops jump onto social media bandwagon to tackle crime

The Punjab Police have jumped onto the digital bandwagon in a big way to improve their abilities in tackling crime. In what is being described as a 'digital leap' in strengthening the capabilities to meet the contemporary law and order challenges, the Chief ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

FIR registered against scribe exposing Aadhaar data loopholes

An FIR was registered against a journalist from The Tribune newspaper after a report on how easily Aadhaar data could be leaked went viral on social media, the Indian Express reported. According to reports, UIDAI – the governing body that handles ...
 DNA2 months ago

Facebook under scanner for using users' data to manipulate the way they vote

The key to this question lies in the statement that we are not the customers to Facebook, we are rather products. Facebook is more an advertising agency than anything else. Facebook's revenues are generated through the advertisements Facebook serves us with.
 catchnews.com6 hours ago

What it's like to be Picasso's grandson

'As a child I was very glad to be around him, to breathe his happiness.''I was aware that he would focus 100 per cent on whatever he was doing, whether it was playing with me, or going to the bullfights, or painting -- which he seemed to do non-stop,' Pablo's grandson tells Kishore Singh.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ I'm having a hissy fit. The Qube does not have a record of my reservation, nor of my request for a quiet table overlooking the Leela Palace's gardens in spring bloom.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Sadiya: Went to police myself after being called ‘suicide bomber’

Sadiya Shaikh, the 18-year-old woman who was released by Jammu and Kashmir police after failing to establish any terror links, on Monday said she had herself walked up to a police station after finding out that she was being called a “suicide ...
 DNA1 month ago

Trump finally admits he sometimes tweets while in bed

United States President Donald Trump has finally revealed that he sometimes tweets while in bed because of his busy schedule and the need to defend himself from a lot of “fake news” about him. Trump uses Twitter so frequently about serious policy issues to hostile war of words against nations or leaders he does not like. The 71-year-old president’s wordings and topics about which he tweets has raised concern over his personal integrity as well as fitness for presidency.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

10 books to look forward to in 2018

There are several books that Aakar Patel wishes were being written but aren't. Fortunately, there's plenty coming up this year that he's eagerly awaiting. Photograph: Kind courtesy Judit Klein/Flickr The period in South Asian history best documented by important actors is 1970s Pakistan, the most important decade in that nation's history. The division of the country, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's rise and then Zia-ul Haq's takeover: all these are laid out superbly by writers like Iqbal Akhund, Rafi ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The arrest of an independent journalist highlights the plight of India's freelancers

On 26 December, Priyanka Borpujari, an independent journalist, responded to news of slum demolitions and eviction of slum dwellers near her residence in Mumbai's Santa Cruz locality. Borpujari rushed to the spot, recording the unfolding events on her phone.
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Govt must ensure quality jobs and reform labour laws

Sticky labour laws and a difficult business environment have led to employers shifting their new hiring in favour of contract labour where social security is much lesser, says Mahesh Vyas. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ The unemployment rate has risen from remarkably low levels of 3-4 per cent during April-August 2017 to 5 per cent or higher in recent months.   Nevertheless, it continues to remain lower than its level a year ago. The November 2017 unemployment rate at 4.6 per cent ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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