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WhatsApp had argued before the division bench of the high court that CCI cannot probe a policy that has now been kept in abeyance to await the fate of the Data Protection Bill
According to the statement, Facebook had sought an extension from the MLA Raghav Chadha-led Peace and Harmony committee to identify the best possible officials for the deposition
Aggrawal's agenda covers user safety, data protection and privacy, inclusion and internet governance.
Facebook received reports under categories like bullying, account hacking, nudity and fake profiles, and it provided tools for users to resolve their issues in 363 of these cases.
Google Play Store has removed all nine Android apps that were found to be stealing Facebook passwords of users.
The interim report will provide information on the number of content it removed proactively between 15 May - 15 June.
Facebook's podcast platform might allow only a limited number of page owners to access it.
Facebook would also reduce political content in users' main news feeds as part of a push "to turn down the temperature and discourage divisive conversation."
With the data collected from WhatsApp, Facebook Inc may establish a monopoly in digital marketing leading to justified concerns from anti-trust activists
Facebook found no element in Bajrang Dal's content to necessitate ban, says company’s India head Ajit Mohan
Mohan was summoned by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology, led by Congress leader Shashi Tharoor to discuss the data safety of users
Congress leaders wrote to Mark Zuckerberg following reports by the WSJ and the Time magazine about the conduct of company's team in India, alleging bias and proximity with the ruling BJP
At least five profiles of Singh, which had more than three lakh followers, showed the message that 'this content is not available right now'
A parliamentary panel lead by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor had taken note of a WSJ article claiming that Facebook ignored its hate-speech rules in favour of the BJP
'Enough evidence to prove Facebook's bias towards BJP': TMC MP Derek O'Brien writes to Mark Zuckerberg
Earlier, the Congress party had written to Zuckerberg, demanding a probe into the alleged bias and interference by Facebook India in the country's electoral democracy
Ankhi Das openly supported BJP on Facebook's internal group, says WSJ report; Congress seeks criminal probe against social media giant
According to the report, messages written by Das showed her praising Narendra Modi as the ‘strongman’ who ended the Congress’ hold in India
Facebook has said that the news publishers will be paid in every country for the delivery of news on the app.
KC Venugopal also demanded that pending the internal investigation and submission of the report, the company should "consider a new team to lead Facebook India ops"
Raipur-based journalist files FIR against Facebook India's public policy director for 'inciting communal animosity'
The FIR against Facebook India's public policy director Ankhi Das was filed by journalist Awesh Tiwari, who is named in a separate FIR filed by Das in Delhi
'Facing threats against my body, life': Facebook India's public policy director files complaint after violent reactions to WSJ report
Das alleged that several people were issuing 'threats, making sexually coloured remarks and defaming her' through online posts
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