Category: Government

India’s ruling party accused of running deceptive Twitter campaign to gain support for a controversial law 0

India’s ruling party accused of running deceptive Twitter campaign to gain support for a controversial law

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Wikimedia Foundation expresses deep concerns about India’s proposed intermediary liability rules 0

Wikimedia Foundation expresses deep concerns about India’s proposed intermediary liability rules

Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit group that operates Wikipedia and a number of other projects, has urged the Indian government to rethink the proposed changes to the nation’s intermediary liability rules that would affect swathes...

TikTok’s national security scrutiny tightens as U.S. Navy reportedly bans popular social app 0

TikTok’s national security scrutiny tightens as U.S. Navy reportedly bans popular social app

TikTok may be the fastest-growing social network in the history of the internet, but it is also quickly becoming the fastest-growing security threat and thorn in the side of U.S. China hawks. The latest,...

India gets more aggressive with internet shutdowns to curb protests 0

India gets more aggressive with internet shutdowns to curb protests

India, the world’s largest democracy, continues to normalize shutting down internet and suspending mobile communications for tens of millions of citizens in the country to thwart protests. Days after Narendra Modi -led government shut...

Samsung ramps up its B2B partner and developer efforts 0

Union-busting chairman of Samsung Electronics gets 18 months for labor law violations

The latest Samsung Electronics executive to go to prison for one of a variety of crimes is Lee Sang-hoon, chairman of the company’s board. A recent investigation unearthed conclusive evidence that Lee conspired with...

FBI secretly demands a ton of consumer data from credit agencies. Now lawmakers want answers 0

FBI secretly demands a ton of consumer data from credit agencies. Now lawmakers want answers

Recently released documents revealed the FBI has for years secretly demanded vast amounts of Americans’ consumer and financial information from the largest U.S. credit agencies. The FBI regularly uses these legal powers — known...

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