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While Mysoreans call it a project which is disturbing the heritage of the area, Twitterati have called it a shameful waste of money and cheap politics played in the name of the Cauvery.
No one can question the importance of social media in politics.
The study showed that more than 60 per cent of online risks were sourced from strangers and people whom respondents knew only online, and 28 per cent came from family and friends.
The study suggests that the industry needs to improve the voluntary self-regulatory system that governs its advertising, possibly by limiting or banning comments on social media advertising.
According to research, more usage of Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat has led to people becoming more obsesses over themselves.
Hundreds of youngsters and teenagers from across the state are feared to have fallen prey to ‘customised death groups’ operating online.
The Kerala police have been keeping track of the activities of suspected paedophiles in a bid to ensure they are nabbed before they trap vulnerable children.
According to a CNET report, Facebook took action against inaccurate posts and memes that told Republicans and Democrats to vote on different days.
Momagic works with mobile phone companies that have cumulative user base of around 126 million, according to the company.
Some journalists complained that at a recent press meet that PROs were allegedly posting party programmes in social media groups, particularly WhatsApp.
Social media is a world in itself, almost inseparable if not in control of our realities.
HC dismissed the petition saying it may consider a plea filed by the affected individuals.
The programme will have over 350 social media influencers, around 1,000 delegates and nearly 40 renowned and popular speakers.
Government officials said these platforms were asked to put in place a system for prompt sharing of information sought by law enforcement agencies for probe.
Anil Kumar was suspended as the university considered his sarcastic posts were an attack on the university or persons who were in the higher ranks of the educational institution.