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Ranjeev C Dubey
New Delhi, September 4, 2017
When former Attorney General Mukul Rhotagi revealed to the Supreme Court during the hearing of the Adhaar case in May 2017 that Indian Citizens did not own their bodies, social media had a general nervous breakdown.


PTI
August 8, 2017
MIT scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can detect sarcasm in tweets better than humans, an advance that may help computers automatically spot and remove online hate speech and abusive comments.


Devika Singh
Delhi, July 8, 2017
How to get consumers talking about your brand.


Reuters
June 13, 2017
A Pakistani counter-terrorism court has sentenced to death a man who allegedly committed blasphemy on Facebook, a government prosecutor said on Sunday, the first time someone has been handed the death penalty for blaspheming on social media.


BT Online
May 22, 2017
In his first visit abroad, the US President, Donald Trump said India, Russia, China and Australia have been victims of terrorism.


PTI
Washington, March 30, 2017
Indian-American Congressman Ro Khanna has said the US needs to \"remain open\" to immigrants who contribute to creating jobs and help shape the economy, as he called for \"common sense\" reforms in the H1B visa system.


BT Online
March 1, 2017
US President Donald Trump addressed his first ever joint session of Congress on Tuesday. He talked about his plans - and hopes - for the months ahead.


Team BT
December 18, 2016
The fourth edition of BT MindRush was a spectacular success, brainstorming challenges before corporate India, felicitating the best CEOs, and much, much more.  


by Sonal Khetarpal
Delhi, December 12, 2016
How social media platforms can keep fake content in check.


Reuters
Washington, December 8, 2016
Facebook and Twitter's real sin was an act of omission: they failed to contribute to the data that democracy needs to thrive. While sitting on huge troves of information about public opinion and voter intent, social media firms watched as U.S. and UK pollsters, journalists, politicians and civil society groups made bad projections and poor decisions with the wrong information.


BT Online
New Delhi, November 9, 2016
Here are the Twitter reactions to Trump's victory by people all over the world.


Reuters
Washington, November 8, 2016
August 2015: During the first Republican primary debate, co-host Megyn Kelly of Fox News spotlighted Trump's long history of hateful remarks about women: \"You've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals.\" His response was to insult Rosie O'Donnell.


PTI
United Nations, September 26, 2016
Taking a veiled dig at Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in her address at the 71st UN General Assembly (UNGA) session said there are nations \"in our midst\" where UN designated terrorists roam freely and deliver \"their poisonous sermons of hate with impunity\", an apparent reference to Mumbai attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed.


BT Online
New Delhi, September 13, 2016
Instagramhas pushed out a new update that will help users to have better control overtheir comment section. Users can now filter comments that have words that theyfind abusive or degrading in any fashion.


IANS
New Delhi, June 2, 2016
Social media giant Facebook on Thursday announced the development of a new artificial intelligence (AI) system called 'DeepText' that can analyse what people are writing about in posts with near-human accuracy across 20 languages.


Ranjeev C. Dubey
March 18, 2016
The judiciary has always been cognizant of this problem. A mere 11 years after independence, the Allahabad High Court held this provision unconstitutional [Ram Nandan vs. State, AIR 1959 All 101] because it attacked the very roots of free speech.


Ranjeev C. Dubey
February 23, 2016
An allegation you make only matters if you matter. Who sues someone who no one believes? So when Rahul Gandhi says the RSS murdered Mahatma Gandhi, or Arvind Kejriwal says Nitin Gadkari is corrupt, enough people believe them to make suing them worthwhile.


By Tushar Kanwar
Delhi, February 12, 2016
The one-time darling of the social media world, Twitter, just cannot catch a break these days, and the last couple of weeks have been particularly rough.


Reuters
Berlin, January 19, 2016
Facebook began a campaign to thwart extremist posts on social media, after German politicians raised concerns about a rise in xenophobic comments linked to an influx of refugees.


Alexei Oreskovic
San Francisco, March 17, 2015
The 1.39 billion-member social networking website updated its \"community standards\", providing specific examples of content prohibited under its general rules.


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