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Bollywood lacks guts to fight censor cuts
Entertainment

Bollywood lacks guts to fight censor cuts

Bollywood’s high and mighty make a lot of noise about censor woes but don’t ever seem to be in the mood to take any real step

Sundar Pichai accused of meeting Pentagon officials over an AI drone system
News & Analysis

Sundar Pichai accused of meeting Pentagon officials over an AI drone system

Google had decided not to renew the project with the US Defence Department after it expires in 2019.

Facebook is testing new products to help users discover local news
News & Analysis

Facebook is testing new products to help users discover local news

As part of its ongoing push to build relationships with local publishers, Facebook is testing products that meaningfully engage with their community.

Facebook blocks photo of Neptune statue for being 'sexually explicit'
World

Facebook blocks photo of Neptune statue for being 'sexually explicit'

Facebook has blocked photograph of a 16th-century statue of Neptune posted by an Italian art historian, claiming it as "sexually explicit", but the social media giant later apologised saying the censorship was a mistake.

Revised draft  will give chinese police the power to censor online content on disasters
News & Analysis

Revised draft will give chinese police the power to censor online content on disasters

China's county-level police will be able to censor internet coverage of natural and man-made disasters, according to a revised draft of the country's policing law that the Chinese Public Security Bureau released late on Thursday.

VIetnam war photo: Facebook aims to learn from its mistake
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VIetnam war photo: Facebook aims to learn from its mistake

Facebook Inc will learn from a mistake it made by deleting a historic Vietnam War photo of a naked girl fleeing a napalm attack, the company's chief operating officer said.

Links to DNC emails disclosed by Wikileaks censored by Facebook
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Links to DNC emails disclosed by Wikileaks censored by Facebook

Social networking giant Facebook has admitted to have blocked links to more than 19,000 leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that Wikileaks released last week, offering a glimpse of the split between the DNC and former presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders, media has reported.

'Udti Lassi' or 'Punjab is the best': Here are censor-proof titles for 'Udta Punjab'
Entertainment

'Udti Lassi' or 'Punjab is the best': Here are censor-proof titles for 'Udta Punjab'

From 'Ulta Punjab' to 'Udta Pradesh', the censor-proof titles Udta Punjab's makers should consider for their beleaguered film

'The Jungle Book' is 'scary' says 'sanskaari' Pahlaj Nihalani; gives it U/A certificate
Entertainment

'The Jungle Book' is 'scary' says 'sanskaari' Pahlaj Nihalani; gives it U/A certificate

The Jungle Book directed by Jon Favreau and starring 10-year-old actor Neel Sethi has been deemed 'scary' for children by censor board chief Pahlaj Nihalani

Iranians can access FB and Twitter again, say reports
World

Iranians can access FB and Twitter again, say reports

Iranian authorities blacked out Facebook and Twitter in the summer of 2009, when Ahmadinejad's disputed re-election victory sparked massive protests that gained momentum with the help of organisers using social media.

Iranians can access FB and Twitter again, say reports
News & Analysis

Iranians can access FB and Twitter again, say reports

Iranian authorities blacked out Facebook and Twitter in the summer of 2009, when Ahmadinejad's disputed re-election victory sparked massive protests that gained momentum with the help of organisers using social media.

Vishwaroopam ban: Biggest win yet for fringe groups?
India

Vishwaroopam ban: Biggest win yet for fringe groups?

Wearing our intolerance on our sleeve, India has become a censor board, where everyone wants to cut the other person down to size.

Govt open to holding all-party meet on cable TV content: Soni
India

Govt open to holding all-party meet on cable TV content: Soni

Government today said it was open to the idea of holding an all party meet on the issue of regulating contents on cable TV.

Spotify on Facebook to have 'private listening'
News & Analysis

Spotify on Facebook to have 'private listening'

When Facebook and Spotify joined hands, it did seem to be a win-win situation for both the parties involved – Facebook had a new, interesting feature added for the entertainment of its 750 million user base and Spotify users could share their playlists on Facebook, swelling up its user base.

Google Starts Censoring Rapidshare, Torrents and More
News & Analysis

Google Starts Censoring Rapidshare, Torrents and More

Auto-complete for many piracy related terms removed from the search engine's vocabulary.

Nepal Gay Activist 'Blocked' by Brit Censors
News & Analysis

Nepal Gay Activist 'Blocked' by Brit Censors

Sunil Pant, president of Blue Diamond Society (BDS), a Nepali NGO says British airport authorities have blocked Internet access to the web sites of BDS and other gay rights bodies.