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Twitter permanently bans Donald Trump

After years of hectoring allies, attacking opponents and disseminating disinformation, US President Donald Trump’s favourite online mouthpiece has been shut down. Twitter on Friday permanently suspended Trump’s account citing “risk of further incitement of violence,” thereby effectively cutting him...

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Donald Trump barred from Facebook ‘indefinitely’

Facebook has indefinitely banned US president Donald Trump from its platform after he tried to incite violence at the US Capitol earlier this week.

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Tips Industries mulling demerger of film division

NEW DELHI: The board of directors of Tips Industries has in-principal agreed to consider the demerger of the film division of the company into a separate entity. A demerger committee formed by the board will appoint the valuer, merchant banker for fairness opinion and other intermediaries for this...

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Facebook’s chief of advertising integrity moves on

New Delhi: Rob Leathern, Facebook's chief of advertising integrity, who handled the company's ad products, stepped down earlier this week after serving the social media giant for over four years. He announced the development in one of his tweets where he also thanked his colleagues and talked about...

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2020: The year of the government intervention

2020 was the year when the government – both the Centre and states – pushed back against the media. Strongly. Whether it was mainline television or print or digital or social media, authorities showed that they could deal a heavy hand against the fourth estate and digital platforms. Everyone would...

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