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PIL filed in Kerala HC against movie Kurup to protect the privacy of a man accused of murder and embezzlement of insurance money

A Kochi-based lawyer filed a PIL alleging that movie Kurup infringed on the rights of proclaimed offender Sukumara Kurup.

We played the ‘Selmon Bhoi’ mobile game Salman Khan went to Court against: Here’s what it is all about

Bombay Civil Court temporarily restricted access to 'Selmon Bhoi' allegedly based on a Hit and Run case involving Salman Khan

Why I don’t worry about the government tapping my phone – and neither should you

The current debate on Pegasus project has nothing to do with principles, just liberal privilege. The liberal elite gets to choose the issue of the day and make us all react.

WhatsApp moves to Delhi HC against Indian govt’s new IT rules, claims it will harm privacy protection policies

WhatsApp has filed a petition against the Government of India on May 25 in the Delhi High Court protesting against the new IT rules that require "significant social media intermediaries" like WhatsApp to trace the original senders of particular messages.

‘Deferring deadline does not absolve WhatsApp’: Modi govt again gives stern warning over privacy policy

Earlier, WhatsApp had announced that its new controversial privacy policy has been deferred and it wont come into effect on May 15th.

Competition Commission of India orders probe into new privacy policy of WhatsApp, says it is ‘abuse of dominance’

The Commission has directed the Director General to initiate a probe against WhatsApp under Section 26(1) of Competition Act

USA: Google faces a $5 billion lawsuit for tracking users browsing Chrome in incognito mode

In June 2020, three Google users had filed a complaint and claimed that the company carries on a “pervasive data tracking business.” They said that Google collects browsing history and other web activity data even if it has switched on the “incognito” mode.

Don’t fall for propaganda! WhatsApp will not have to breach end-to-end-encryption to follow the new IT guidelines

We're all well aware that the Govt of India has recently notified the new Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021

WhatsApp says users not accepting the new privacy policy will start to lose access from May 15: Report

In case users do not comply with Whatsapp's new policies, for a short duration they would be able to receive calls and notification, but they won't be able to read or send messages from the app from May 15 onwards.

Sandes, a Make-in-India alternative to Whatsapp, being tested by government officials: Read the details

Government officials have started using Sandes, a desi alternative to popular messaging application Whatsapp

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