Cheryl Cole slams Twitter trolls

Singer Cheryl Cole pays no attention to the negative comments she receives on social media, and says that people who condemn on social networking websites, need to get a life.

HC asks Google, FB to inform about complaints redressal system

Google and Facebook were today asked by the Delhi High Court to spell out their mechanism to deal with complaints including misuse of social networking sites by children below 13 years of age.

Congress to counter BJP social media campaign: Digvijay Singh

Digvijay Singh said on Wednesday that he was the most abused man on social networking websites.

Court query on shielding kids from online exploita

The Delhi High Court Wednesday asked Facebook and other social networking sites how Indian children could be prevented from knowingly or unknowingly getting exploited by adults online.

File fresh affidavit over social network sites: HC to Centre

The Centre was today directed by the Delhi High Court to file a fresh affidavit on a plea questioning how children below the age of 18 years are allowed to open account on social networking sites.

Facebook set to launch new `user friendly` News Feed today

Facebook will reportedly launch a new News Feed on Thursday.

Social networking websites: Home Ministry official summoned

Metropolitan Magistrate Jay Thareja asked Union home ministry`s Under Secretary Amar Chand to appear before him on November 19.

Asia should have its own Facebook, Twitter: Chinese official

Asian countries should have their own version of Facebook and Twitter to expand the region`s influence, a Chinese official said today.

Govt not targetting individual accounts, websites: Sibal

The government today sought to downplay its action in the cyberworld in the wake of problems in the northeast, saying it is not targetting individual accounts and websites but wants to block objectionable content.

Govt asks depts not to post `unverified` facts on social sites

The government today issued guidelines for its departments using social media networks asking them not to post confidential information and "unverified" facts.

Hearing in case against websites deferred till May 23

The hearing of a complaint against various social networking websites was deferred today by a Delhi court till May 23.

Hearing against social websites deferred till May

The hearing of a complaint against various social networking websites for their prosecution for allegedly promoting class enmity was deferred.

Yahoo files lawsuit against FB; says 10 patents violated

Yahoo! has sued social networking major Facebook, alleging violations of as many as ten patents.

`Cyber laws enforcing websites should act fast`

Setting up a regulatory mechanism and making a law to force websites to respond faster would be a better solution than completely blocking websites.

`Internet cos will have to follow law of the land`

The government today said it has no plans to censor the Internet.

Beware! Honey trap by enemy spies on FB

Facebook have emerged as the new "honey trap" set by enemy spies prompting government to ask senior officials of paramilitary forces to stop flaunting their career info or at best stay away from such web sites.

‘Facebook fatigue’ forcing users to dump it

Privacy concerns, “fatigue”, general boredom and the rapid rise of alternatives are to be blamed for a global exodus from Facebook, experts claim.

Twitter buys British app network TweetDeck

TweetDeck helps people organise information posted on Twitter and other social networking websites.

Goa to utilise social networking sites to attract tourists

Goa is looking at social
networking websites to salvage its sagging international
tourist inflow which has taken a severe beating since last
couple of years.