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Russians will be voting in Indian elections, warns US author; says Facebook needs to be made accountable
The American national investigation agency FBI is currently probing both Trump's personal involvement in Russian meddling and also Moscow's role in the polls.
According to Bhopal district police sources, there are six Kashmiri students who are enrolled in the college.
The judges said while there is no law prohibiting political advertisements on social media 48 hours before elections, the ECI could take steps to bring in such a regulation.
The report on fake news and disinformation on social media sites followed an 18-month investigation by Parliament's influential media committee.
A number of people have been arrested from various parts of the country for posting remarks hailing Pakistan and the accused in the terror attack.
A student of Central University of Kerala (CUK) has been charged with sedition over a Facebook post on Pulwama terror attack.
Papri Banerjee condemned the terrorist attack but also blamed the Indian Army for atrocities on civilians in Jammu and Kashmir for which she was put under suspension.
A video of the incident has since gone viral on social media, leaving netizens amused, horrified and grossed out by the rat.
Is deactivation of your account the same as deletion? The answer is a big NO.
Apart from reviewing articles, the US-based company has also equipped checkers with tools to review photos and videos to "help identify and take action against more types of misinformation".
To support group admin, Facebook in June 2018 launched a subscription groups pilot to make it easier for admins to create an additional subscribers-only group that sits alongside their existing group.
It was in August 2014 that @keralatourismofficial crossed the one million mark.
This month, Facebook will also start showing the primary country location of the people who manage pages running or paying for political ads in India.
The Museum of Art and History in Geneva had protested Facebook's citing of nudity concerns to keep the images off.
The company said it is now detecting 99 per cent of terrorist-related content before it's reported, 97 per cent of violence and graphic content, and 96 per cent of nudity.