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Whatsapp brings 3 new features for user's privacy


Elon Musk pulls out of $44 billion twitter deal


Govt issues notice to Twitter to comply with all past orders by July 4


Billionaire Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $41.39 billion


Innovations at Adobe SUMMIT to Empower Indian Businesses to Deliver Personalized Customer Experiences at Scale, says Prativa Mohapatra, Adobe India VP & MD
Digital is at the heart of everything today. The rise of the digital economy and conversation around the metaverse indicate what people do in the physical and virtual world are blurring.

Disappearing from the internet
Here are a few things you can do to get off the interwebs

Relics of the internet we’ve left behind
While it’s mostly due to improving technology, sometimes sites just die because of the competition. Here are a few we’ve left behind over the years.

What happens on the internet in a minute
Every minute on the internet, six million people are shopping online, while 57,500 tweets are being sent and 65,000 photos are being shared.

Govt tells Delhi High Court, Twitter now in compliance with IT rules


Will begin deleting users who don't comply with new privacy policy: WhatsApp tells HC


View: How internet has created its own form of complementary commerce
Cashless commerce has thrived in parts of the world ever since the age-old barter system of trade — I’ll give you a sheaf of maize if you lend me your plough — and was gradually replaced by more commensurable units of exchange based on the labour invested in them.

Covid surge: Social media platforms asked to remove 100 'misleading' posts, govt sources say


Govt asks Twitter, other social media platforms to remove misleading posts around COVID
The development comes at a time when India is registering a record number of coronavirus infections daily. The number of COVID-19 cases touched a new daily high of 3.46 lakh cases and 2,624 fatalities on Saturday.

View: The need for a robust, transparent, permission-based data privacy policy
Such surveillance networks — be they search or social media platforms — present both a threat and an opportunity to governments everywhere.

Facebook data on more than 500 million accounts found online
The availability of the data set was first reported by Business Insider. According to that publication, it has info from 106 countries including phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birthdates, and email addresses.


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