Govt exempts WhatsApp, social media from purview of Encryption Policy
Govt exempts WhatsApp, social media from purview of Encryption Policy

Shortly after a controversy erupted over government's plans to snoop on every message sent through WhatsApp, SMS, e-mail or any such service, the Department of Electronics and Information Technology clarified that social media websites and applications will be exempted from the purview of the draft National Encryption Policy.

In love? Drop an e-mail and woo your girl
In love? Drop an e-mail and woo your girl

If Cupid's arrow has hit you finally, it is still better to express your feelings via an e-mail than leaving a voice message or a WhatsApp post with the girl you are in love with, says an interesting study.

Gmail launches 'Undo Send' which un-sends e-mail

Undo Send option is available in Gmail's settings under the 'General' tab. It is disabled by default.

DNA: Analysis of Essar French cruise controversy

In today's special episode of DNA, watch analysis of Essar French cruise controversy.

Hackers trick way into ICANN computers
Hackers trick way into ICANN computers

The private agency that acts as a gatekeeper for the Internet has said that hackers tricked their way into its computers.

Advisory on usage of e-mail policy finalised: Centre to Delhi HC

The Centre on Friday told the Delhi High Court that an advisory on usage of e-mails as well as guidelines for usage of IT resources on government networks has been finalised and would be placed before the Cabinet in the coming week.

E-mail of IOA Secy General hacked
E-mail of IOA Secy General hacked

 The official e-mail of Indian Olympic Association Secretary General Rajeev Mehta has been hacked with important documents and letters exchanged with top national and international officials in it.

Bruce Levenson to sell Atlanta Hawks over racially charged e-mail
Bruce Levenson to sell Atlanta Hawks over racially charged e-mail

Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson said Sunday he`ll sell his controlling interest in the NBA team in the wake of racially charged remarks he made in an e-mail two years ago.

BSNL launches locally developed e-mail service

State-run BSNL on Saturday launched a locally designed and developed e-mail service -- XGen personal and enterprise -- in partnership with IT firm Data Infosys.

Passwords that change every minute for better security

Ever fancied a password that changes every minute? One may soon be available, with engineers developing a new password technique that uses visual patterns and resembles a Sudoku puzzle.

Brazilian government to use anti-spying e-mail

Brazil published a decree, ordering all federal government agencies to use a new encrypted e-mail system to shun spying.

Brazil to shield official e-mails from snooping

Brazil plans to set up an encrypted national e-mail service to shield government communications from unwanted surveillance, an official said.

Google accused of scanning e-mail content for placing ads

Google has been accused of improperly scanning the email content of its customers in order to place ads, and a US federal judge has reportedly refused to dismiss the lawsuit.

Software to track students via SMS, e-mail

An IT firm here have developed a software that provides instant information about students to parents via SMS and e-mail.

Harvard in new scandal over secret e-mail search

The Ivy League Harvard College apologised as it was embroiled in a fresh controversy over how it tried to find who leaked information about a cheating scandal to the media last year.

Court orders serving summons to Facebook through e-mail

The court had on April 12 dropped Google India and others from the suit after the plaintiff said he had no objection to it.

Delhi HC blast: Man who sent 3rd e-mail arrested

A man has been arrested for
sending the email threatening of a bomb blast in the city
after the Delhi blast, police said.

Delhi blast: Sleuths pursuing e-mail from Kishtwar

Investigators believe that the other three e-mails, including the one purportedly sent by the IM,
were not sent by anyone .

Delhi HC blast: E-mail suspects being quizzed

The J&K Police and the NIA are questioning 7 people in connection with an e-mail claiming responsibility for the Delhi HC blast.

Third email on Delhi HC blast traced to Moscow

It should be noted that HuJI and IM have already claimed responsibility for the blast in separate e-mails.