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Starlink among nine companies to provide free internet service in Mexico, secures $90 million contract

Starlink secured a contract a 1.56 billion peso ($89.80 million) contract to offer free internet in Mexico until the end of 2026.

‘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.

From 97% made-in-India mobile phones to the new Data Protection Bill, here is what all MoS Rajeev Chandrasekhar said at the CyFY2022 event

Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that the new Data Protection Bill of India will be modern and simple legislation

DPS MMS Scandal: India’s first MMS scandal where a video of 2 students was sold online

In 2004, a clip of two DPS students indulged in sexual activity was sold online and offline. It was deemed as the first MMS scandal on the country.

Multiple websites went down as Cloudflare system faced issue, read details

Websites such as OpIndia, Zerodha, Shopify, Zendeck, Upstoxx, Groww and many others faced outage after Cloudflare was down.

Russian space chief threatens Elon Musk with consequences for supporting the Nazi Azov Battalion with his Starlink internet equipment

Russian space chief has threatened Elon Musk of consequences for helping Ukraine armed forces and Nazi Azov Battalion with internet connectivity via his company Starlink.

Google says it won’t allow anti-Ukraine content to make money, removes ads from article talking about Nazi aspects of Azov Battalion

The tech giant has said that it will not show any ads on pages that has content that in their worldview ‘exploits, dismisses, or condones the war’

‘We need Aatmanirbhar Internet, have to make it difficult for Big Tech to be weaponized against India’: MoS Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Rajeev Chandrasekhar stressed on the fact that the Russia-Ukraine war has shown that Big-Tech companies can weaponize the internet to further political goals.

Google Maps crashes, leaving billions directionless

Late on Thursday India time at around 9:30 PM, the most used navigation app, Google Maps crashed leaving all its users directionless.

Will you pay $1000 for flatulence? YouTuber sells ‘farts in a jar’, 97 jars sold in 2 days

Stepanka Matto said in her Instagram post that she made her "farts" available in a jar for her fans on "popular demand".

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