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Apart from its usual strategy of aggressively hitting the streets to protest, Samajwadi Party is now also seeking to bolster its online campaigns to counter BJP on several issues.
These findings may lend ammunition to the Trump administration, which banned TikTok and WeChat after accusing them of bending to China's will in censoring content.
In ‘No filter’, Sarah Frier chronicles Instagram’s rise as a photo-sharing app that competed with Facebook and Snapchat & how it shaped influencer culture.
In an interview with ThePrint, Divya Spandana aka Ramya, former Congress social media chief, talks about an unsavoury experience with Facebook and her plans ahead.
Manish Tewari’s mention of US-based policy expert Bharath Gopalaswamy in the letter has led BJP leader Amit Malviya to accuse him of using a lobbyist to influence FB.
What instigated the outrage against Facebook’s alleged political bias in India is an attempt to coerce platforms to take sides in the US Presidential campaign.
Congress leaders say Ramya aka Divya Spandana remains a part of the party but claim to be clueless about the reason behind her online absence.
Even if the US Congress enacts new legislation, short of breaking up Big Tech, antitrust actions will not directly take on its bigger power.
According to BJP leader Vinit Goenka, Twitter is also abetting terrorism by accepting advertisements from pro-Khalistani groups such as Sikhs For Justice.
The fresh guidelines issued by the Central Industrial Security Force on 31 July said violators and defaulters of these rules will face 'strict legal and disciplinary action'.