Social Media

India To Go Ahead With Social Media Regulations; Policy To Be Ready By 2020

November 12, 2019

Amid the clashing of voices and multiple court cases around regulation of social media platforms and messaging apps, the central government on Monday (October 21) told the Supreme Court that it will be submitting the revised rules for social media regulations in the next three months. The government is looking to revise the existing rules […]

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Need 3 months to notify guidelines for social media platforms, govt tells SC

October 22, 2019

New Delhi: The government on Monday told the Supreme Court that it would require three months to notify the final revised intermediary guidelines for social media platforms. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) stated the timeframe in an affidavit it filed in the Facebook petition, where the social media company has sought the transfer of all cases pending against it to […]

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10 Steps To Build A Strong Social Media Brand

October 18, 2019

When you really think about it, marketing has come a long way in just a few decades. Marketing tactics are more sophisticated (and more effective) than ever before, and social media marketing has ensured that every business on the planet has a voice. There’s just one problem. In a world where every business on the planet […]

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ROMA TWITTER: THE INSIDE STORY OF A SOCIAL MEDIA TEAM CHANGING FOOTBALL’S FACE

September 30, 2019

“You’re the best in the world.” “You’re my hero.” “I love you.” “Marry me please.” “I wanna have your babies.” These are all quite common lines to be fired from football fans in the direction of their sporting heroes, but each of these phrases has also been directed at someone else at AS Roma. Francesco […]

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Pew: Mobile and social media users in emerging markets have more diverse social networks

August 25, 2019

The latest study from Pew Research Center takes a look at the impact mobile technology, including the use of smartphones and social media, is having on the diversity of people’s social network in emerging markets. For the purpose of the study, Pew surveyed mobile users in 11 key markets: Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, South Africa, Kenya, India, Vietnam, […]

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Trump admin reportedly drafting order to counter social media “bias”

August 11, 2019

The Trump administration seems determined to take action concerning its irritation with social media networks’ supposed bias against right-wing speech, as the White House is reportedly drafting an executive order directing agencies to do something about it. Politico reported earlier this week that the White House was circulating drafts of a proposed order, but the site couldn’t get anyone […]

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Today’s Heroes: Five Unlikely Role Models In The Age Of Social Media

August 2, 2019

How often are you completely relaxed, do you do things exactly the way you want them to do and are you completely in control? Probably less often than you would like. And how often do you feel stressed, insecure and lived by others? Probably more often than you would like. You are not the only […]

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Easy Steps To Make Money On Social Media

July 2, 2019

With technology growing extremely fast and social media becoming the main channel for marketing, small business, and many users have turned their hobbies into a passive income stream thanks to most of us spending a significant amount of time daily viewing what others have to say and trying to catch up with friends, family, or […]

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Caution! IT Dept is keeping an eye on your social media posts

June 19, 2019

Social media is a powerful influence in modern society because it allows people to remain in constant touch with everyone they want. Companies take advantage of the vast quantities of data generated on social media. Data shared by individuals on social media allows companies to market products better and understand consumer behaviour. Social media plays […]

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Break Up the Social Media Companies to Protect Free Speech

June 17, 2019

Donald Trump is preparing to unleash the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission as antitrust warriors against the tech giants. And good on him. Breaking up the monopolies on speech might save us—particularly anyone right-of-center—from encroaching online deplatforming, and preserve our ability to hear ideas outside echo chambers of bullied consensus. The First Amendment doesn’t restrain censorship […]

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