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PTI
June 3, 2019



PTI
Washington, May 16, 2019
The initiative -- 'Christchurch call to action' -- was named after the New Zealand city where 51 people were killed in an attack on mosques


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May 16, 2019



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May 15, 2019



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April 4, 2019



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March 19, 2019



Reuters
New Delhi, March 16, 2019
Christchurch mosques shooting: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube said they had taken steps to remove copies of the videos but videos were found on all major platforms up to 10 hours after the attacks.


BusinessToday.In
January 2, 2019
PhotoDNA is a technology developed by Microsoft, to be used exclusively to identify child exploitation images and prevent child pornography


PTI
December 28, 2018



Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, June 25, 2018
Is digital advertising really effective?


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 25, 2018
China fails to get Indian support for Belt and Road ahead of summitChina failed to get India's support for its ambitious Belt and Road infrastructure project at the end of a foreign ministers' meeting of a major security bloc on Tuesday, ahead of an ice-breaking trip to China this week by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Belt and Road is Chinese President Xi Jinping's landmark scheme to build infrastructure to connect China to the rest of Asia and beyond, a giant reworking of its...


Reuters
April 25, 2018
YouTube has been criticized by governments that say it does not do enough to remove extremist content, and by advertisers, such as Procter & Gamble Co and Under Armour Inc that briefly boycotted the service when they unwittingly ran ads alongside videos the companies deemed inappropriate.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, November 25, 2017
What ad transparency on social media means for brands.


Associated Press
July 9, 2017
World powers lined up against U.S. President Donald Trump on climate change, reaffirming their support for international efforts to fight global warming.


Melissa Fares
New York, November 19, 2015
Anchalee, a software developer in San Francisco, posted a screenshot of Facebook page that showed \"Account disabled\". She wrote, \"why would you disable my personal account? MY NAME IS ISIS ANCHALEE\".


Naziya Alvi
New Delhi, January 13, 2012
The Delhi High Court wants the social-networking websites to develop a mechanism to check and remove offensive and objectionable material from their web pages.


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