In February 2021, OpIndia reported an alleged iPhone scam in which a person identified as Neel Patel, alias Hitesh Patel was involved.
The ‘iPhone scam’ saga, a US-based businessman, allegations of fraud, hacking and what we know so far: Latest details
On February 15, 2021, Nishant Singh and Abhimanyu Srana came up with a thread alleging that one Twitter user Neel Patel alias Hitesh Patel has been scamming people for more than 15 years.
Chinese multinational company that owns PUBG loses billions, sees second-largest valuation dip this year after India bans app
Tencent becomes one of the biggest losers alongside China's ByteDance, whose flagship product TikTok was banned by India earlier.
Government of India bans 118 ‘malicious’ Chinese apps including popular online multiplayer game PUBG
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology claimed that the 118 apps, which have been banned, were engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of the state and public order
Amid rising popularity of online dating, Pakistan bans Tinder, Grindr and other dating apps for ‘immoral’ and ‘indecent’ content
Pakistan bans Tinder, Grindr, SayHi, Tagged and Skout for failure of the apps to moderate content in accordance with Pakistani laws
China issues statement on ban on 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, expresses ‘serious concern’ and ‘opposes the move’ by Indian govt
India decided to ban 59 Chinese apps, including Tiktok, for engaging in subversive activities that posed a threat to country's sovereignty and integrity
Intelligence agencies claim that the Chinese mobile apps are not safe and are extracting a large amount of data outside India.
While Zoom was headquartered in the United States, and listed on the NASDAQ, the mainline Zoom app appears to be developed by three companies in China
Facebook's bad record of protecting users added another red mark when FT reported that Governments are targeting human rights activists trying to hack their phones using a Malicious program developed by Israeli firm NSO group. Whatsapp competitor Telegram's founder Pavel Durov penned a detailed eye-opening note on the incidence