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‘Credit De Do Yaar’, sing Hindi movie lyricists as they call out music streaming platforms

In a video released Friday, 15 lyricists from the Hindi film industry have come together demanding they be credited properly for their work on music streaming platforms.
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Twitter cryptocurrency scam echoes similar rackets on YouTube in the past

Though the link between the schemes on Twitter and YouTube aren’t definitive, the possibility that they are connected may give investigators ways to identify the perpetrators.
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Banning TikTok in US would leave a giant hole Instagram & YouTube can’t easily fill

A world without TikTok would mean less exposure for influencers, but not necessarily new content for TikTok competitors such as Facebook or YouTube.
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi at Parliament | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Rahul Gandhi gets on Telegram to ‘engage directly’ but his YouTube videos don’t offer much hope

Rahul Gandhi's last social media experiment hasn't been a roaring success, and shows the party isn't able to make a mass connect.
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Do-it-yourself quarantine movies are here. And Netflix’s Home Stories is leading the way

Quarantine-produced content is the answer to Bollywood’s anxiety over the future of films. Netflix and YouTube are already cashing in.
Tamil Nadu politician Sasikala Pushpa

People have right to know who politicians meet behind closed doors, says Delhi HC

Tamil Nadu politician Sasikala Pushpa had filed a suit before the HC, stating her image was being tarnished due to upload of morphed photos with a man on social media.

YouTube CEO says its policies are fair, neutral after Trump issue social media order

YouTube, owned by Google, has been swept up in a raging debate over the power of internet gatekeepers, with Trump accusing Google of bias against conservatives.
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We made the wrong call, YouTube says after deleting videos about HCQ

YouTube’s error came as it attempts to keep pace with torrent of virus videos, while facing increasing political pressure & disruption to its contract workforce.
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YouTube has been deleting comments critical of China’s Communist Party

YouTube users flagged that certain comments posted below videos critical of the Chinese Communist Party were quickly deleted.

TikTok vs YouTube is the new class war on internet. It all began with a roast

The TikTok vs YouTube war is looking like a microcosm of the larger political story raging across India--between raw aspiration and entrenched entitlement.

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Why nothing can challenge the power of Apple, Amazon and Google

EU wants to make sure other companies are allowed to compete with these incumbents but American antitrust law focuses on the interests of the consumer.
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These are the sweeping changes Amazon India is making for its first Prime Day since Covid

This time, thousands of Amazon employees will coordinate the sale from their homes, and packers, sorters and deliverymen will follow stringent hygiene protocols.


An army convoy moving towards the Zojilla pass, in Drass, Ladakh on 28 May 2020 | Representational image | ANI

India’s quest for armed drones gets a boost as US looks to ramp up arms sales

India is now looking at acquiring 6 armed drones from the US instead of the planned mix of 30 armed and non-armed drones. It is also in talks with Israel.
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Modi govt’s NEP is out of touch with reality, Indian voters want English-medium education

State leaders with their ear to the ground, like Nitish, Mamata and Yogi, have shown that the push for native language education is not what voters want.