Smart Digital Media Marketing without losing Human Touch

By : Ashok Pandey

By Sagar Karne, Founder of Digibaapp and Milind Kanvinde MD of Digibaapp Each year, the Tech world overflows with innovative technologies. And when you get to Interact with a robotic servant that does most of your daily work and has

Building Meaningful Communities with Workplace for Good

By : CIOL Bureau

We built Workplace to give the world a place to work together. That means businesses of all shapes, sizes, and industries. But it’s not just businesses that work better, smarter and faster with Workplace. We’ve always believed that the greatest

Why Facebook continues to be the top sweet spot for cybercriminals?


INDIA: Did you know that popular social networking pages like Facebook, LinkedIn were frequently faked by cybercriminals to try and steal personal data via phishing attacks? Reports suggest that fake Facebook sites alone accounted for 60% of social network phishing in

Facebook to notify users whose data was breached

By : CIOL Writers

Facebook has started notifying users that were affected by the Cambridge Analytica expose. About 87 million Facebook users who might have had their data shared with Cambridge Analytica will get a detailed message on their news feeds. The social networking giant

Snapchat’s chronological Stories feed is back for some users

By : CIOL Writers

Snapchat rolled out a major redesign of its app and faced a lot of backlash after throwing users for a loop with its decision to show Stories in an algorithmically sorted feed, rather than chronological order. The company now is rolling

Facebook suspends Canadian firm AggregateIQ amid data row

By : CIOL Writers

Cambridge Analytica expose has rocked the social networking giant, Facebook to the core. Since then, the Mark Zuckerberg led company has been in a damage control mode bringing in new privacy tools, settings and of course more transparency for its

Over 5 lac Indians potentially affected by Facebook data breach

By : CIOL Writers

Cambridge Analytica expose that had opened a pandora box for social networking giant Facebook refuses to tame down. Now in a new confession of sorts, Facebook has said that the number of users whose information was illegally shared with the

Snapchat introduces group video chat on its app

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Snapchat, the hugely popular social networking platform has announced group video chat feature on its app. Snapchat said its new service will allow as many as 16 people to chat via video at one time and 32 people to chat via voice,

Facebook’s new bulk removal option lets users delete third-party apps

By : CIOL Writers

As part of damage control after the Cambridge Analytica expose, Facebook has brought in a new tool that lets users remove third-party apps in bulk to stop sharing information with them. Now, when you go to the apps section of

Mozilla’s new extension blocks Facebook from tracking users

By : CIOL Writers

Mozilla Firefox has launched an online extension that prevents Facebook from tracking users online activity. The extension named Facebook Container blocks Facebook from tracking users when they click on ads or links that take them off the site. Once you install

Facebook revamps its privacy settings amid outcry

By : CIOL Writers

After facing a lot of criticism over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has announced to revamp its privacy settings making it simpler for the users to control their data. The social networking giant in a blog post said, “In coming

Facebook denies logging users’ call history without permission

By : CIOL Writers

Looks like Facebook has got itself into a tough spot this time. Last week, a report surfaced which stated that Facebook has been logging users call and text history without their permission. The social media giant, however, has denied all

Twitter joins Google and Facebook to ban cryptocurrency ads

By : CIOL Writers

Following in the footsteps of Google and Facebook, micro-blogging site Twitter too has banned cryptocurrency ads from its platform. “We are committed to ensuring the safety of the Twitter community. As such, we have added a new policy for Twitter

Facebook facing multiple lawsuits after Cambridge Analytica expose

By : CIOL Writers

Facebook is currently facing four lawsuits from different quarters thanks to the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal, as per SFGate report. The analytics firm is said to have misused the data of over 50 million Facebook users and violated the

Snapchat’s new feature lets you track your friend’s location

By : CIOL Writers

Snapchat has launched a new feature named Map Explore that enables users to keep track of events, festivals, news updates with the help of their friends live location. The new feature, first reported by The Verge will be accessible only

Netflix makes its bug bounty program open to all users

By : CIOL Writers

Netflix’s bug bounty program is now available to general public. This means now, everyone can try and find security bugs on the platform and report them in exchange for cash rewards. The bug bounty program was available to select users since September

WhatsApp will soon be available on JioPhone

By : CIOL Writers

Reliance Jio’s 4G VoLTE budget smartphone that was launched in 2017, had some amazing features but the lack of WhatsApp support on the handset was a major concern for most users. However, the social messaging company has reportedly been spotted

Facebook rocked by Cambridge Analytica expose

By : CIOL Writers

While we all know that Facebook’s platform was misused for political ads during 2016 US Presidential elections, the finger so far was being pointed only towards some Russian operatives. Now, in new revelations, UK-based data-consultancy firm Data Analytica has taken

Youtube live streaming now easier for desktop and mobile users

By : CIOL Writers

If you ever thought of broadcasting a live video on YouTube but dropped the idea because of complications in downloading and setting up encoding software, you are in for a major surprise. Google has revealed that it is revamping the feature

Twitter’s CISO Michael Coates quits

By : CIOL Writers

Twitter’s chief information security officer, Michael Coates is leaving the company. Coates had announced his decision internally about three weeks ago, but there was no external announcement. Coates is leaving the company to start his own venture. News of his departure