Social Media

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VARIETY

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Social Media, Workplaces, India Today Conclave, Conclavenext17

What workplace of future will look like: Industry leaders discuss at India Today Conclave Next 2017

With newer technology penetrating all sectors of our economy, we must understand it's a whole new ball game.

SCI-TECH

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Fake news, Social Media, Democracy, Cambodia

What Facebook does if it doesn't want you to read a post

Its latest move can become a problem for smaller publishers who can’t afford to pay for distribution.

VOICES

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POLITICS

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Judicial appointments, Collegium System, Social Media, Supreme Court

Are Supreme Court judges right in saying social media must be regulated?

Adding one more regulatory layer to those that already exist will not achieve balance.

VOICES

 |  6-minute read
Social Media, Print, TV, Media and entertainment

Breaking news that no one covered: How Indian media changed in 15 years

Credibility is out for a long walk. Trolls rule social media and Twitter handles are the new political handlers.

VARIETY

 |   Long-form
Liberal Media, Social Media, The Quint, Narendra Modi

How The Quint came under fire after contributor makes a 'dark joke' about Modi's death

A narrative has already been created about the supposed toxicity of Left-liberal journalists and a dangerous precedent has been set.

VOICES

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Social Media, Ideology, Political discourse, Gauri Lankesh

When someone’s death becomes a cause for celebration, what does it say about us?

I don’t know how human beings can live in a permanent state of versus. It must be exhausting.

VARIETY

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Digital India , Social Media, Kashmir, Internet Shutdown

Censoring Kashmiri activists and demonetisation fact-checkers on Twitter is unacceptable

Social media platforms must not resort to shadow-banning handles that question or expose the government's dubious claims.

VARIETY

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Social Media, Hypernationalism, National Flag, Priyanka Chopra

Confused Indians troll Priyanka Chopra for wearing flag - except she wasn't

If PM Narendra Modi can wear a tricoloured scarf, why can't others?

SCI-TECH

 |   Long-form
Right to speech, Block, Social Media, Twitter

Curious case of unconstitutional Twitter blocks

A public representative blocking citizens on twitter is a violation of our fundamental right to speech