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BuzzFeed decides to use OpenAI for generating content, employees ask if they will lose jobs

As per a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, one of the employees inquired about Peretti's plans for countering "inevitable legal issues" involving the company's visual work produced by illustrators, photographers, and art directors as well as content covered by U.S. copyright.

‘She’ and ‘her’ replace ‘he’ and ‘him’ in the draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill brought by the Ministry of Electronics and IT

The Bill does not seek to regulate non-personal data and the Union government is expecting to present it in the Parliament in the next budget session.

Buzzfeed News offers a 1% annual guaranteed salary increase, employees walk out for a day as the company votes to go public

The union also alleged that Buzzfeed management wants to regulate the creative works the employees do outside their work

Bombay HC stays provisions of new IT Rules requiring digital media houses to follow Code of Ethics, refuses to stay other Rules

The Bombay High Court stayed Rules 9(1) and 9(3) of the new IT Rules that deal with adherence to Code of Ethics by digital media

I&B Ministry gives 15 days to Digital Media publishers and Streaming platforms to give details of compliance with new IT rules

Information Technology Rules, 2021, included separate guidelines for Social Media, Digital Media, and Streaming platforms

Circus of the damned: Mainstream media welcomes new digital media guidelines but begs to be exempt, left leaning outlets are heartbroken

Members of Digital News Publishers' Association (DNPA) met Prakash Javadekar recently over the new guidelines for Digital Media.

BuzzFeed abruptly lays off 47 employees including senior editors, shuts down HuffPost Canada

"Though BuzzFeed is a profitable company, we don't have the resources to support another two years of losses," said Peretti announcing his decision to lay off 47 HuffPost employees.

Defence analyst Nitin Gokhale and journalist Ashutosh say they will sue Caravan India for allegedly misquoting them: Details

The article in Caravan magazine, written by its editor Hartosh Singh Bal, claims that the government's move to regulate fake news and web portals is aimed to act against people who are writing against the government.

The Wire publishes fake news regarding new guidelines for digital media sites, gets fact-checked

The Wire falsely claimed that the ministry will select members for the self-regulating body of the digital media portals under the guidelines

DIGIPUB, with VC accused of money laundering and links to Gautam Navlakha, wants new Digital Media rules repealed: Details

The letter was signed by Dhanya Rajendran of TNM, Prabir Purkayastha of NewsClick, Ritu Kapur and Abhinandan Sekhri.

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