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Journalist Dilip Padgaokar on board of HuffPost's new online publication

Jan 09, 2014

Journalist Dilip Padgaokar on board of HuffPost's new online publication

The Huffington Post, today announced plans for creation of THEWORLDPOST, a new online publication with 10 editions around the world #Journalism #Huffington Post #Online Media #Ariana HUffington #THEWORLDPOST #Dilip Padgaokar
Facebook apologises for posting photo of dead teen on dating site ad

Sep 18, 2013

Facebook apologises for posting photo of dead teen on dating site ad

Facebook has apologized after a dating ad featuring the photo of a Canada teen who died after months of bullying was posted on its site. #social media #facebook #Canada #Online Media #online #dating sites
Chinese crackdown on 'illegal' news websites begins

Jun 28, 2013

Chinese crackdown on 'illegal' news websites begins

Chinese authorities have shut down 31 news websites for operating without permits, conducting interviews in the name of news organisations and editing false information for blackmail and extortion, Xinhua news agency reported #China #Online censorship #Online Media #Chinese internet laws
In talks with Govt on law to regulate online media: Gadkari

May 03, 2012

In talks with Govt on law to regulate online media: Gadkari

The BJP president said while they party wants freedom of speech to exist, it does not want anyone's life ruined. #NewsTracker #Nitin Gadkari #Law #Online Media
In talks with Govt on law to regulate online media: Gadkari

Oct 02, 2014

Twitter invests in MIT lab focused on online social movements

Twitter is investing US$10 million in a lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to build platforms for online collaboration by people on civic and political issues. The Laboratory for Social Machines (LSM) set up by MIT Media Lab will have a... #Massachusetts Institute of Technology #MIT Media Lab
In talks with Govt on law to regulate online media: Gadkari

Sep 30, 2014

News Corp. buying Move Inc., real estate website, for $950 million

News Corp. is spending about $950 million to buy the online real estate business Move Inc. in a deal that aims to speed up the media company's digital expansion. News Corp. says it will pay $21 per share in cash for each outstanding share of Move. Th... #Rupert Murdoch #Move, Inc. #News Corporation Limited
In talks with Govt on law to regulate online media: Gadkari

Sep 29, 2014

CRTC to ignore Netflix, Google submissions after both companies defy order to hand over information

A showdown between the regulator and online media companies fizzled Monday when the CRTC opted to pretend the testy exchange never happene... #Netflix #Google Inc.