Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg September 27, 2015. © REUTERS/Stephen Lam The parliamentary committee on information technology announced it would be discussing the issue with Facebook officials on March 6. The social media juggernaut owns both messaging service WhatsApp and photo-sharing platform Instagram. Pakistan ready to talk, but ‘will retaliate’ if India moves to avenge deadly terror attack – PM Facebook announced at the beginning of the month that it would be strengthening its fact-checking group which verifies posts on Indian social media, as well as toughening the rules for political ads ahead of […]
Indian Parliament summons Facebook officials over rampant ‘Fake News’ and privacy concerns
More from FeaturedMore posts in Featured »
- CollegeDekho Raises $8 Million to Match Students With the Right Colleges
- Swept up in Muslim genocide crisis, Hindu Rohingyas are stuck in Bangladesh
- Who all are blackmailing the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi?
- Study: Reducing Carbon Emissions While Improving Health Is Economically Attractive
- Ships’ Recycling Activity Slow, In a Time When it Should be Speeding Up