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How to disappear completely: Radiohead delete themselves from the internet amid new album rumours

May 02, 2016

How to disappear completely: Radiohead delete themselves from the internet amid new album rumours

British band Radiohead have deleted themselves from the internet and their fans are flipping over the bizarre situation, fueling rumors over the release of the band's much-awaited ninth studio album. #facebook #Internet #Twitter #Music #Culture #Entertainment #Radiohead #Thom Yorke #Ok Computer #Kid A #King Of Limbs
Rajdeep Sardesai walked out from an uneven battlefield: Time bells tolled for trolls

May 02, 2016

Rajdeep Sardesai walked out from an uneven battlefield: Time bells tolled for trolls

Do you blame Rajdeep Sardesai for walking away from the uneven battlefield? What would you do if your family members were attacked so viciously? #Internet #Twitter #CriticalPoint #Wikipedia #Rajdeep Sardesai #Trolls #Online trolls
ICICI's Chanda Kochhar upbeat on India's leapfrogged technology

Apr 09, 2016

ICICI's Chanda Kochhar upbeat on India's leapfrogged technology

Chanda Kochhar says India is a very, very bright spot despite global economic uncertainty #Economy #Internet #Technology #ICICI Bank #Chanda Kochhar #ISB
From video games to internet porn: How connectivity is blurring our lines of morality in the virtual and the real

Mar 04, 2016

From video games to internet porn: How connectivity is blurring our lines of morality in the virtual and the real

Many children learn to identity spoofing or theft for the first time on the internet. So a 10-year-old girl pretending to be 13 to access Facebook, or a 16-year-old boy masquerading as his father to access an adult site, commit their first instances of fraud on the internet #facebook #Internet #InMyOpinion #Video Games #pornography #post-traumatic stress disorder #Digital Age
Jat quota row: Internet, SMS services suspended in Rohtak in the wake of protests

Feb 19, 2016

Jat quota row: Internet, SMS services suspended in Rohtak in the wake of protests

Internet and mobile SMS services have been suspended indefinitely by authorities in Rohtak district in the wake of protests by Jat community which is demanding reservation in government jobs and educational institutions under OBC category. #Internet #NewsTracker #Lathicharge #SMS #Rohtak #Jat quota row
Net Neutrality and Trai: A principle-driven fight was won today but battle for connectivity continues

Feb 08, 2016

Net Neutrality and Trai: A principle-driven fight was won today but battle for connectivity continues

With its decision on net neutrality, Trai taught us a valuable lesson – principle holds merit. The million voices of average citizens can bring about change. #facebook #Internet #InMyOpinion #TRAI #Net neutrality #Savetheinternet #Free Basics
Govt aims to increase digital literacy to at least 50% in three years, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

Feb 04, 2016

Govt aims to increase digital literacy to at least 50% in three years, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

In the next three years, the government aims to take digital literacy to at least 50 percent from the current level of 15 percent, Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in New Delhi on Thursday. #Internet #BJP #TheySaidIt #Ravi Shankar Prasad #Digital literacy #NDA #Communications and IT Minister
Thank you, PM Modi: India needs free access to the internet more than it needs Free Basics

Feb 04, 2016

Thank you, PM Modi: India needs free access to the internet more than it needs Free Basics

It’s been encouraging to see TRAI stand up to Facebook while dealing with it on the issue of Free Basics. And with the PM’s office expressing its dissatisfaction, it’s a clear indication that the voice of citizens are being heard loud and clear. #Silicon Valley #Internet #Narendra Modi #InMyOpinion #Mark Zuckerberg #Free Basics #Facebook India
Thai junta pressures Facebook, Line to censor online posts | Reuters

Jan 31, 2016

Thai junta pressures Facebook, Line to censor online posts | Reuters

BANGKOK Thailand's military government will try to persuade media companies Facebook and Line to comply with court orders to remove content it considers harmful to peace and order, a senior official said Sunday. The junta-appointed NRSA advisory council plans to meet executives from the two companies in the next three months, council member Major General Pisit Paoin told Reuters. The government has been granted court orders for the removal of content that damages the country and the monarchy and affects peace and order, which companies have rarely complied with #United States #Internet #Middle East #science #Argentina #opinion