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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian police and paramilitary dug ditches and spread razor wire across main roads into New Delhi on Monday to prevent protesting farmers entering the capital as the finance minister prepared to deliver the government's annual budget in parliament.
The UK’s top data-protection regulator told lawmakers that millions of people have stopped using WhatsApp in favor of alternative messaging services such as Telegram and Signal.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two men have been extradited from Australia to face U.S. criminal charges over an alleged scheme to bilk hundreds of thousands of mobile phone users out of more than $50 million for unwanted text messaging services, U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss in Manhattan said on Tuesday.
Iranian users of the Signal messaging service said on Jan 25 they have lost access to the app on their mobile devices.
Online supporters of US President Donald Trump are scattering to smaller social media platforms, fleeing what they say is unfair treatment by Facebook, Twitter and other big tech firms looking to squelch misinformation and threats of violence.
NAIROBI, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) -- Maternal health in Africa received a boost on Tuesday as a team of international researchers announced the piloting of innovations to boost cesarean births in the continent.
Hong Kong privacy watchdog urges WhatsApp to pump brakes on policy changes, offer alternatives for users
WhatsApp has informed its more than two billion users that they will need to agree to a new policy allowing it to share data with its parent company, Facebook. The move has prompted concerns about how the data might be used, but WhatsApp maintains the information collected will not include the content of messages.
From Covid-19 to the US presidential election and talk of vaccines, 2020 has seen its share of fake news on social media.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's lower house of parliament approved in its third and final reading on Wednesday a draft law on introducing jail terms for people found guilty of making slanderous comments on the internet or in the media.
WASHINGTON (AFP): US federal and state antitrust enforcers filed suit against Facebook on Wednesday claiming the social media giant abused its dominant position and seeking to unwind its acquisitions of messaging services Instagram and WhatsApp.