Google is increasing the ways advertisers reach Maps users while raising prices for businesses that use the underlying technology.
The changes are supposed to reward videos that are more palatable to advertisers and public, and help YouTube ward off criticism on content.
“Boycott India”, “Modi is a terrorist”, “Modi is a donkey” — that’s how some of the posts read on these now-removed Iranian accounts.
Facebook has said one of the measures will be to reduce the reach of Groups that repeatedly share misinformation and make their administrators more accountable.
A disproportionate number of women and girls – who make up 71% of the 40 million in modern slavery - are impacted.
Amazon is in a sticky situation, for if it starts shutting down access to data breaches, it could open itself to lawsuits and risk broken trust with clients.
The discovery shows that a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, companies that control that information haven’t done enough to seal up private data.
WhatsApp is tightening its policies ahead of the Lok Sabha elections in its efforts to stop spread of misinformation and fake news.
Apple Inc’s higher prices have deterred customers in India — the world's fastest growing major market, and has made the company a minor player in the country with only 1% of shipments.
WhatsApp is looking to create a database of rumours to study the spread of misinformation ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.