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India sends notice to Facebook over alleged data breach

Mar 29, 2018

India's government has sent a notice to Facebook asking whether the personal data of Indian voters and users has been compromised by U.K.-based Cambridge Analytica or any other downstream entity

Indian scandal brews over claim Modi's app ships data abroad

Mar 27, 2018

Allegations that PM Narendra Modi's official smartphone app is shipping Indians' personal data to servers abroad have degenerated into a sarcastic back-and-forth online

Afghans soon to fly missions with Black Hawks from US

Mar 26, 2018

Afghan pilots training to fly missions with Black Hawk helicopters sent from US

India asks Cambridge Analytica for information on data

Mar 23, 2018

India's government has sent a notice to U.K.-based Cambridge Analytica asking whether it has misused data to profile Indians and influence their elections

Sri Lanka lifts Facebook ban after anti-Muslim violence ends

Mar 15, 2018

Sri Lanka's government has lifted a weeklong ban on social media that was imposed because of concerns that it was being used to fan anti-Muslim violence in the country's central region

Sri Lankan government urged to lift block on social media

Mar 14, 2018

Sri Lankan activists and journalists are demanding the government end a weeklong shutdown of several social media sites now that anti-Muslim violence in the island's central hills has eased

French president pokes at Trump for leaving Paris accord

Mar 11, 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron has taken a jibe at President Donald Trump for withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement

India, France to work for Indian Ocean freedom of navigation

Mar 10, 2018

India and France have pledged to work together to ensure freedom of navigation in the Indian Ocean and have signed an agreement to expedite construction of a big nuclear power plant in India by a French company

French FM faces criticism on Iran visit

Mar 5, 2018

France's foreign minister faces cold response in Tehran while criticizing Iranian ballistic missile program

India's anti-trust regulator fines Google for 'search bias'

Feb 8, 2018

India's antitrust watchdog says Google abused its position as the dominant search engine in the country to create a search bias in favor of its own services and those of its partners

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