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Facebook launchs its first interactive game show ‘Confetti’ in India

Facebook has launched its first interactive game show titled “Confetti” in India, which will start from June 12 on its dedicated video platform – Facebook Watch. The interactive show will air from Wednesday to Sunday and will challenge participants to answer pop culture trivia questions for a chance to win Rs 3 lakh as cash ..

India Signs Christchurch Call to Action

India has decided to sign an international call initiated by the governments of France and New Zealand along with top social media companies to eliminate the violent and terrorist content online. Christchurch Call to Action Christchurch Call to Action was initiated after the Christchurch attacks. Christchurch Call to Action was signed and adopted with participation ..

T-Series becomes the most subscribed YouTube channel

Indian film production house and music label T-Series with over 90 million subscribers has become the No 1 YouTube Channel. It has taken a lead over Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie’s channel to become most subscribed YouTube channel. Currently T-series has around 90,465,532 subscribers while PewDiePie has 90,455,390 subscribers. T-Series head Bhushan Kumar has started #BharatWins campaign ..

22 : Wired Technologies & Communication

This is the 22nd video of the 40 part video series on Computer Awareness. This video tries to serve additional content as well as explains the related terms. Previous Videos List: Computer Awareness MCQs: https://www.gktoday.in/quizbase/computer-awareness-for-ibps-banking-examinations

What is Cross-site scripting?

Cross-site scripting also referred to as XSS is a security lapse in computers which allows the attackers to infuse client-side scripts into various web pages which are being seen by other users. It is responsible for about 85% of website security vulnerabilities. It is used by the attackers to surpass all kinds of access controls. ..

GOOGLE: 49% increase in the Online content censorship demands from India

  Internet behemoth Google registered 255 instances of India requesting for online content censorship, posing a sharp increase of 49% in the second half of 2011. India’s request formed part of 1,000 demands from governments around the world to remove objectionable materials such as YouTube videos, web searches, and blogs. India objected to 133 YouTube ..