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FBI report of Chinese agent working at Twitter sparks calls for US govt action

Chinese rights activists overseas have said that they are concerned but unsurprised at recent allegations that an agent of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)...

Meta, TikTok, YouTube, Twitter grilled by US lawmakers over privacy, moderation failures

The US Senate Homeland Security Committee grilled executives from Meta, TikTok, YouTube and Twitter over privacy and moderation failures on their respective platforms in...

Ex-Twitter employee guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia: US court

Former Twitter employee Ahmad Abouammo has been found guilty by a US court for accessing private information in the accounts of certain Twitter users,...

Official orders creation of dummy social media accounts to publicize govt schemes: Rajasthan

An order issued by the Sawai Madhopur Statistics Department to appoint Yuva Mitras to promote the public welfare schemes of the state government by...

Google hiring ex-CIA personnel in key positions, finds new investigative report

National Security Search Engine: Why has Google hired so many ex-CIA agents to run its most important internal and external operations. Google is hiring tons...

Twitter exploits judicial delays to keep True Indology banned

Anti-Hindu Twitter is taking advantage of the Indian judiciary's constant delays to keep one of the most informative and knowledge-imparting handles True Indology (TI)...

Anti-Hindu Disinformation: A Case Study of Hinduphobia on Social Media

NCRI’s latest paper on “Anti-Hindu Disinformation: A Case Study of Hinduphobia on Social Media.” was released today on KQED/NPR- Rutgers Press Release; KQED report Anti-Hindu...

Bharat needs clearer personal data protection law to tame Twitter, others

The latest Centre-Twitter legal battle over repeated content blocking orders by the IT Ministry has brought an old debate to the fore -- is...

Are current Bharatiya laws sufficient to tame Twitter in changed digital landscape?

With Twitter once again taking Bharatiya government to court, the debate has reignited over insufficient IT laws -- demanding the clearance of new IT...

Bharat says Big Tech must obey law of the land as Twitter goes to court

Bharat's government on Tuesday said that all Internet intermediaries and social media platforms have to comply with the law of the land, after Twitter...

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