FB’s first ever event brings together creators in India

Facebook hosted its first-ever gaming event FBGamingPressStart in India. Spread across two days, the virtual event saw sessions from game developers, publishers, and creators on how to build and scale their gaming presence on Facebook, find new audiences and grow their community. Continue Reading

Facebook, Insta, WhatsApp start working after nearly 6-hour outage

Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users were able to access the social-media platforms partially nearly six hours after they went down late on Monday night as a suspected global outage and technical failure disrupted their services. Continue Reading

Supreme Court talks tough to Twitter, Facebook

The Delhi High Court has said the Central Government can initiate action against Twitter in accordance with the new IT rules in case of non-compliance even as the micro-blogging site submitted a timeline on the appointment process of officers as mandated while maintaining that it reserves the right to challenge the rules. Continue Reading

US govt antitrust lawsuits against Facebook dismissed

A federal judge on Monday dismissed antitrust lawsuits brought against Facebook by the Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of state attorneys general, dealing a significant blow to attempts by regulators to rein in tech giants. Continue Reading

Musicians partner with FB for a cause

In the week of World Music Day, Facebook in association with United Singers Charitable Trust (USCT) bring together eminent musicians from Southern India to use their collective might to entertain and inspire people virtually. Continue Reading

Google, FB say they will aim to comply with India’s new digital rules

Amid speculations that social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter will be banned in India for their non-compliance to the new guidelines, the companies have said that they were working on implementing the new rules. Continue Reading

Centre sets deadline to WhatsApp over privacy policy

The Union government has once again asked Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp to withdraw its controversial new privacy policy. Continue Reading