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100 app developers may have accessed users’ data: Facebook

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San Francisco, 6 Nov : In yet another data breach, Facebook on Wednesday revealed that at least 100 app developers may have accessed Facebook users’ data for months, confirming that at least 11 partners “accessed group members’ information in the last 60 days”.

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Gmail, Google Docs restored for some users after major outage

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New Delhi, 14 Dec : Google-owned services including Gmail and Google Docs on Monday has been partially restored after experiencing a major outage in India and several other countries. According to Downdetector, Google Meet and Google Play and were also inaccessible for some users. Most other Google services including Google Classroom also got affected by the outage.

With Gmail, problems reported by users ranged from accessing website, logging and messages issues. Google has updated that Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar and most other services hit by the outage has been restored for some users.

“Gmail service has already been restored for some users, and we expect a resolution for all users in the near future,” Google said in a statement.

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Twitter apologises in writing for showing Ladakh in China

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New Delhi, 18 Nov : Twitter on Wednesday apologised to a parliamentary panel in a letter, stating that it will fix the issue of geo-tagging Ladakh as part of China by the end of this month and Ladakh will be added as a region administered by India as a union territory.

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Twitter will ban all political ads, says Jack Dorsey

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San Francisco, 31 Oct : Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wont mind losing dollars from political ads on his platform. In a series of tweets, he said the micro-blogging platform will ban all political advertising worldwide and the reach of such messages “should be earned, not bought”.

“We’ve made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter globally. We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought,” Dorsey posted on Wednesday. According to him, a political message earns reach when people decide to follow an account or retweet.

“Paying for reach removes that decision, forcing highly optimized and targeted political messages on people. We believe this decision should not be compromised by money,” he added. Social media rival Facebook recently ruled out a ban on political ads.

News of the ban divided America’s political camps for the 2020 election.

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