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Instagram fined $402 mn, but it’s not the biggest fine Big Tech has paid

GDPR aims to give users more control over their data – and lays the groundwork for fining companies offering their services in the EU for breaching its articles.

People are browsing but not buying enough

Please are online and are visiting ecommerce websites, but the thing is that they’re spending as well, spending time on window shopping.

Active Internet users jumped by 45 per cent in rural India

These figures put India in a position of becoming a digital powerhouse, but the tussle between privacy advocates and business interests will get sharper.

News or current affairs not on radar of streaming services in India

Netflix saw a fall in subscriber base globally, but India being an important market by all streaming services and are betting big.

Google’s new privacy feature in Play Store

Google play store introduces new privacy features that will make it more transparent for users to see where and how their data is being used.

Elon Musk acquires Twitter in one of the largest leveraged buyouts. What’s that?

Elon Musk hogs the limelight quite often, the darling of the press, but he’s hit a new high in terms of focus on him with his buyout of social media giant Twitter.

How a hacker used social engineering to target a Newslaundry journalist on Instagram and what happened after

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill phishing scam, regaining access to the hacked Instagram account turned out to be an uphill task.

How a hacker used social engineering to target a Newslaundry journalist on Instagram and what happened after

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill phishing scam, regaining access to the hacked Instagram account turned out to be an uphill task.

How and why law enforcement agencies in India are using phone-cracking tools

Police officials who use a range of cyber forensic tools mostly swear by them, but experts share profiling and privacy concerns.

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Instagram fined $402 mn, but it’s not the biggest fine Big Tech has paid

GDPR aims to give users more control over their data – and lays the groundwork for fining companies offering their services in the EU for breaching its articles.

People are browsing but not buying enough

Please are online and are visiting ecommerce websites, but the thing is that they’re spending as well, spending time on window shopping.

Active Internet users jumped by 45 per cent in rural India

These figures put India in a position of becoming a digital powerhouse, but the tussle between privacy advocates and business interests will get sharper.

News or current affairs not on radar of streaming services in India

Netflix saw a fall in subscriber base globally, but India being an important market by all streaming services and are betting big.

Google’s new privacy feature in Play Store

Google play store introduces new privacy features that will make it more transparent for users to see where and how their data is being used.

Elon Musk acquires Twitter in one of the largest leveraged buyouts. What’s that?

Elon Musk hogs the limelight quite often, the darling of the press, but he’s hit a new high in terms of focus on him with his buyout of social media giant Twitter.

Asian Influencers Reach for the Stars

Influencers are playing an increasingly important role in the global advertising market, according to the Statista Advertising & Media Outlook. The number of people influencers reach is constantly expanding in all countries, but some places still exhibit faster...

How a hacker used social engineering to target a Newslaundry journalist on Instagram and what happened after

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill phishing scam, regaining access to the hacked Instagram account turned out to be an uphill task.

How a hacker used social engineering to target a Newslaundry journalist on Instagram and what happened after

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill phishing scam, regaining access to the hacked Instagram account turned out to be an uphill task.

How and why law enforcement agencies in India are using phone-cracking tools

Police officials who use a range of cyber forensic tools mostly swear by them, but experts share profiling and privacy concerns.

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Instagram fined $402 mn, but it’s not the biggest fine Big Tech has paid

GDPR aims to give users more control over their data – and lays the groundwork for fining companies offering their services in the EU for breaching its articles.

People are browsing but not buying enough

Please are online and are visiting ecommerce websites, but the thing is that they’re spending as well, spending time on window shopping.

Active Internet users jumped by 45 per cent in rural India

These figures put India in a position of becoming a digital powerhouse, but the tussle between privacy advocates and business interests will get sharper.

News or current affairs not on radar of streaming services in India

Netflix saw a fall in subscriber base globally, but India being an important market by all streaming services and are betting big.

Google’s new privacy feature in Play Store

Google play store introduces new privacy features that will make it more transparent for users to see where and how their data is being used.

Elon Musk acquires Twitter in one of the largest leveraged buyouts. What’s that?

Elon Musk hogs the limelight quite often, the darling of the press, but he’s hit a new high in terms of focus on him with his buyout of social media giant Twitter.

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Instagram fined $402 mn, but it’s not the biggest fine Big Tech has paid

GDPR aims to give users more control over their data – and lays the groundwork for fining companies offering their services in the EU for breaching its articles.

People are browsing but not buying enough

Please are online and are visiting ecommerce websites, but the thing is that they’re spending as well, spending time on window shopping.

Active Internet users jumped by 45 per cent in rural India

These figures put India in a position of becoming a digital powerhouse, but the tussle between privacy advocates and business interests will get sharper.

News or current affairs not on radar of streaming services in India

Netflix saw a fall in subscriber base globally, but India being an important market by all streaming services and are betting big.

Google’s new privacy feature in Play Store

Google play store introduces new privacy features that will make it more transparent for users to see where and how their data is being used.

Elon Musk acquires Twitter in one of the largest leveraged buyouts. What’s that?

Elon Musk hogs the limelight quite often, the darling of the press, but he’s hit a new high in terms of focus on him with his buyout of social media giant Twitter.

Asian Influencers Reach for the Stars

Influencers are playing an increasingly important role in the global advertising market, according to the Statista Advertising & Media Outlook. The number of people influencers reach is constantly expanding in all countries, but some places still exhibit faster...

How a hacker used social engineering to target a Newslaundry journalist on Instagram and what happened after

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill phishing scam, regaining access to the hacked Instagram account turned out to be an uphill task.

How a hacker used social engineering to target a Newslaundry journalist on Instagram and what happened after

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill phishing scam, regaining access to the hacked Instagram account turned out to be an uphill task.

How and why law enforcement agencies in India are using phone-cracking tools

Police officials who use a range of cyber forensic tools mostly swear by them, but experts share profiling and privacy concerns.

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