July 3rd, 2021 6:45 PM 8 COMMENTS

Facebook and Google Comply With New IT Rules, Twitter Still Reluctant

The new IT rules have been a point of contention between Big Tech companies and the Indian Government. The most flared-up tussle has been between the Government of India and Twitter. The new IT rules issued by the government caused much ruckus with the social media companies, with Twitter facing the wrath of police as well. However, in a new positive turn of events, companies like Facebook, Instagram and Google... Read More

June 22nd, 2021 11:58 AM 0 COMMENTS

New Social Media Rules FAQ to be Released Soon

The government of India came out with new rules for social media platforms earlier this year. The rules came into effect starting the last week of the previous month. To help users and the stakeholders understand the rules in a better manner, the Indian government is going to come out with Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and answer them. According to a PTI report, the IT Ministry is currently working on... Read More

June 15th, 2021 1:14 PM 1 COMMENTS

Express Wi-Fi Hotspots to Come in More Cities of India, Thanks to Facebook

Express Wi-Fi is a platform developed by Facebook to drive growth in the number of people and businesses that can access the internet and data connectivity on the go. To scale the reach of the connectivity platform further, Facebook has just partnered with D-VoiS and Netplus, two internet service providers (ISPs) of India. According to an ET Telecom report, the ISPs will be launching new public Wi-Fi hotspots in Bangalore,... Read More

June 10th, 2021 11:20 AM 4 COMMENTS

Facebook About to Change the Smartwatch Game

In February, we reported that Facebook is expected to come out with a new smartwatch powered by Android. It was unclear whether Facebook was planning to use its own custom skin or go with Google’s Wear OS. Regardless, new information related to the smartwatch has come up, thanks to The Verge. As per the publication, Facebook’s smartwatch might come with two cameras. You heard it right, ‘TWO’ cameras. Further, the... Read More

June 7th, 2021 12:38 PM 1 COMMENTS

Facebook’s Big Move Might Irk the Indian Government

Facebook has been changing policies regarding its content aggressively. This is because the company wants to be identified as a platform that treats everyone’s content respectfully and in the same manner. There will be no difference in norms for regulating the content of an average person and a politician. The company received a lot of flak because of the different way it treated the content that came from the government... Read More

June 5th, 2021 1:00 AM 6 COMMENTS

Facebook Just Suspended Donald Trump Until 2023

One of the biggest social media platforms around the world, Facebook, has just banned the account of Donal Trump on its platform for 2 more years. As per a Reuters report, the suspension will stay in place until at least 2023. The platform might extend the suspension even further, but there’s no clear word on it. Facebook has faced a lot of anger and fire from people who think the... Read More

May 25th, 2021 1:34 PM 21 COMMENTS

YouTube, Facebook and Twitter Might Be Banned if They Don’t Comply With New Rules

Major social media applications, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, along with a video platform YouTube, might be banned in India if they fail to comply with the new intermediary rules of the government. The new rules came into place in February and said that any social media platform that has more than 50 lakh registered users in India will need to appoint at least three officers for grievances redressal. Further,... Read More

May 15th, 2021 8:23 PM 0 COMMENTS

Instagram Is Working to Enable Making Posts From PCs

Instagram has been the social media king for quite some time, offering users the option to post their life updates and videos on a platform that is more image friendly, rather than being text-based like Twitter. Ever since its inception, Instagram has been working on features that make it easier and fun for the user, from IGTV to stories to the more recent Reels function, all of which make for... Read More

February 15th, 2021 3:17 PM 1 COMMENTS

WhatsApp Questioned by Supreme Court on Its New Privacy Policies

The Supreme Court (SC) of India has questioned WhatsApp and Facebook on introducing new stringent privacy policy for the Indian users. The apex court has asked the social media giants about why Indian users haven’t been provided with the same leniency on accepting new privacy policies as the European users. According to a report from the Livemint, the SC has said that it will have to intervene in the matter... Read More

February 13th, 2021 4:07 PM 7 COMMENTS

Facebook Smartwatch Powered by Android Might Come Soon, Are You Excited?

Facebook might come out with a gadget that everyone likes to wear on a daily. The company is said to working on a smartwatch that could launch next year. According to a report from The Information, the smartwatch might be powered by the Android. Whether Facebook will use its own operating system (OS) or Google’s Wear OS is unknown at the moment. The smartwatch is expected to be loaded with... Read More

February 3rd, 2021 8:07 PM 0 COMMENTS

Oculus Quest VR Headsets Now Have Support for Facebook Messenger

Facebook Inc. on Wednesday announced that its messaging service, Messenger will be coming to Oculus Quest handsets by the end of this week. For those of you unaware, Oculus is a Facebook-owned venture that focuses on Virtual Reality (VR) and gaming, with the company being a renowned seller of its Quest lineup of VR handsets. How Will Messenger on Quest Work? The users who are logged in to their Quests... Read More

February 1st, 2021 9:28 AM 4 COMMENTS

Here’s How You Can Prevent Facebook From Tracking You on the Internet

The last few weeks have been everything but kind to Facebook. The company was under a lot of scrutiny for having access to user data that it doesn’t require of. In addition to that, the whole WhatsApp privacy issue and the shift to better alternatives such as Telegram and Signal that followed, Facebook has had a bad January to say the least. The company is yet to learn that not... Read More

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