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Indian news portal The Wire has filed a complaint against one of its own reporters over a story that claimed Facebook parent Meta was allowing a member of the ruling party to censor social media posts. It was alleged that the journalist had allegedly fabricated documents for the story.

Published in Open Sauce

The Westminster Magistrates Court in the UK has issued an order to extradite WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange to the US to face a criminal trial.

Published in Strategy

Creative design marketplace DesignCrowd has reached one million registered designers on its platform.

Published in Development

India ordered high-speed 4G Internet services in Kashmir to be restored more than a month ago, but the services have yet to come online, one of the many issues cited by the global human rights group Amnesty International as it announced on Wednesday that it was pulling out of the country, the BBC reported.

Monday, 03 December 2018 09:22

Only few Google employees told of China project

The leadership at Google considered a project to launch a censored search engine in China so sensitive that they would only talk about it and took no notes during meetings to reduce any paper trail, two company sources have told The Intercept, adding that the privacy team was kept in the dark about the plan.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 28 November 2018 08:03

Employees call on Google to cancel China project

More than 200 Google employees have published a letter, calling on the company to cancel its proposed censored search engine for China, a project that has been named Dragonfly.

Published in Technology Regulation

The human rights group Amnesty International says one of its staff has been targeted with powerful smartphone malware known as Pegasus which is sold by an Israel-based company NSO Group.

Published in Security




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