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Twin trouble for Modi’s bromance Donald Trump

Impeechment move at one hand and permanent close twister account of Trump at another hand marked disgraceful exit of the outgoing American President Donald Trump   It Should be noted Modi and BJP supporters are ardently advocated Trump candidate during the president  election process in America   and Indian PM Modi throwing the protocol in Read More…

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Indian China map Geo-tagging issue was swiftly resolved replies Twitter to JPC

The head of an Indian parliamentary panel accused Twitter of disrespecting New Delhi’s sovereignty on Wednesday, after mapping data showed Indian-ruled territory as part of China in what the social network said was a quickly resolved mistake.   When some people tagged their posts as being in Ladakh, Twitter showed it to be in China. Read More…

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Not alone mainstream electronic media but Modi government wants all Social medias to be regulated

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has informed the Supreme Court that if the court undertakes an exercise to regulate media then it should be “digital media first” as it has a faster reach from a wider range of viewership. The BJP led Modi government Ministry in an affidavit in the Supreme Court said while Read More…

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Twitter hacker Clark arrested in Florida along with two accomplices

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested Graham Clark, a 17-year-old from Tampa, Florida over the major Twitter hack that took place on July 15.   He is accused of being the mastermind in the most high-profile Twitter hack. Clark faces 30 felony charges including organized fraud, communications fraud, identity theft, and hacking.   Clark Read More…

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FBI launch Investigation in to Twitter massive cyber attack

Following a massive cyber attack during which several high-profile accounts were hacked, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have launched a probe into the widespread hack.   The WSJ reported that FBI launched a probe into the widespread hack amid larger concerns that the vulnerability of company’s systems could pose broader risk to international security. Read More…

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Indian Army banned 88 apps inclusive of FB Twitter Insta Social media Network

The Indian Army has asked its officers and jawans to immediately delete their Facebook accounts. It has also barred them from using 88 other apps, including PUBG and Instagram.   Blogging sites Reddit, Tumbir and news apps like DailyHunt, too, cannot be used by army personnel.   In music apps, Hungama and Songs.pk have been Read More…

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Twitter defends actions to ‘fact-check’ made trump goes more crazy

Micro-blogging site Twitter raked up a storm on Wednesday by adding a caveat to US President Donal Trump’s tweets about mail-in ballots.   The social media giant added a warning below his tweets claiming that “Mail-in ballots are fraudulent”. This however wasn’t received well by Trump as he alleged that Twitter is trying to “stifle Read More…

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Three more RSS ideology expats in UAE lost jobs and lands in legal trouble

[splco_heading size=”15″ align=”left” margin=”30″]Over the weekend, in addition to more than dozen expats in the past further three more RSS ideology Indians expats in UAE been sacked after their offensive Islamophobic posts were brought to the attention of employers by social media user[/splco_heading]   The UAE outlaws all religious or racial discrimination under a legislation Read More…

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Twitter deletion of fake accounts marked many BJP leaders losing followers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lost thousands of followers on Twitter after the social media platform’s strict action against fake profiles in November 2018, according to a Twitter study, Business Standard reported, Modi lost around one lakh followers, said the report on Monday.   The study was conducted by Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology to Read More…