The US tech company has promised action after experts criticized it for not doing enough to prevent abuse on its platform in key growth markets.
“Even dates haven’t ghosted me this bad.”
However, a panel of five judges also imposed restrictions on key aspects of the controversial Aadhaar program.
The company wants to ban dehumanizing speech on its platform, but first it wants to know what you think about it.
WhatsApp Has Appointed Someone To Handle Complaints From Indian Users After It Was Blamed For Fueling Violence
Indian law requires tech companies operating in the country to have a grievance officer, but despite having more than 200 million users in India, WhatsApp only appointed one at the end of August.
Apple just announced three big, brand new iPhones today.
In July, residents of a rural Indian town saw rumors of child kidnappers on WhatsApp. Then they beat five strangers to death.
Google had pulled out of China in 2010 citing free speech restrictions from China’s authoritarian government.
Uber is making it easy for drivers in San Francisco and Los Angeles to grab a center console box full of snacks and electronics for riders to buy and sample.
"In this way, Google has used Android as a vehicle to cement the dominance of its search engine."
I lived with a best-selling Indian phone for 10 days. Nothing went smoothly.
Sucks to be you, America.
"This extra context will help make one-on-one and group chats easier to follow," the company said.
Netflix Binge-Watching Just Got Even Easier: Now It Automatically Downloads New Episodes To Watch Offline
Netflix's Smart Downloads feature for shows will be available to Android users first.
Sacred Games is Netflix's first original Indian series, and it's dubbing it in four languages and releasing it in 190 countries.
The company responded to a statement from an Indian ministry after it was pulled up for not doing enough to prevent rumors leading to more than a dozen lynchings since May.
“Do you know what the Hindi word for dating is? Nothing!"
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Google wants people to use Google products even when they're not using Android, because of course it does.