Koo amplifies the voice of Bharat, says co-founder
In a candid conversation with Fortune India, Koo’s co-founder, Mayank Bidawatka, speaks about the journey, the development of Koo as a product, the tough microblogging space, privacy, and much more.
Unlocking the value of non-personal data
Striking the right balance between effective data privacy, security, and innovation is the key to help expand the economic opportunity for India.
What’s in the stars for Facebook?
Facebook India under Ajit Mohan has two new bets for the future: social videos and social commerce. But it has got to tackle two things first: regulation and a rival named TikTok.
Facebook not comfortable making choices for users
Facebook India MD says the company doesn’t want to be in the space of filtering political speeches, and it is up to the government to chalk out the rules.
Ethics in artificial intelligence: India’s approach
AI can optimise margins and fetch increased ROI by directing spends and talent into areas where engagement is crucial. But all should be done within the ambit of highest ethical standards.
Facebook: Fall from grace
Connecting around 35% of the world’s population, Facebook holds great sway over people’s choices, giving rise to calls to ‘break it up’.
Ajit Mohan to head Facebook in India
Mohan will step into the role of managing director and vice-president of Facebook India, nearly a year after Umang Bedi quit.
Impact of GDPR on M&A transactions in India
Given the significant penalties and steep compliance burden, GDPR will have a significant impact on cross-border M&A deals between Indian and EU companies.
Data privacy: How secure is secure?
There is an urgent need to understand some best practices which organisations within India can adopt to mitigate data privacy risks.
Under cover, inside your cellphone
Exotel, which started off with cloud telephony, is looking to grab the early-mover advantage in call privacy.