you are here: HomeNewsYoutubeBlogs
youtube
Jump to
6 Results Found
  • Google outage upends notions of foolproof technology Dec 17, 2020 09:33 AM IST

    Google outage upends notions of foolproof technology

    Paradoxically, one of the reasons for the take down could be the exponential increase in the usage of these services in the midst of the ongoing pandemic

  • Stricter punishments for online defamation is a step too far Nov 02, 2020 11:27 AM IST

    Stricter punishments for online defamation is a step too far

    The available remedies against online disinformation and mischief are proportionate to the crime. Anything further will only result in suppression of free speech and stifling criticism of the government

  • How the TikTok phenomenon democratised online space in India Jul 10, 2020 01:06 PM IST

    How the TikTok phenomenon democratised online space in India

    Everyone from teenagers and non-binary LGBTQI+ folk from non-metro cities across India embraced TikTok because it allowed their everydayness, their queerness, and just their own selves to become accepted, and even popular

  • Comment | No 'originals' on foreign streaming services please, we're Indians Mar 19, 2019 04:50 PM IST

    Comment | No 'originals' on foreign streaming services please, we're Indians

    The national draft e-commerce policy brings over-the-top streaming services under the e-commerce arena. As the inventory-led model is barred for foreign-funded e-commerce firms, these OTTs won’t be able to stream original content – the key to their success.

  • Comment | YouTube Music: Google is late to the party Mar 13, 2019 04:16 PM IST

    Comment | YouTube Music: Google is late to the party

    YouTube Music starts journey in a market where less than 1 percent pay to listen to music. Besides, it will have to fight a dozen streaming apps who offer both free (with advertisements) and premium services.

  • Comment | Code of conduct cannot put the Social Media genie in the bottle Mar 12, 2019 12:00 PM IST

    Comment | Code of conduct cannot put the Social Media genie in the bottle

    Advertisements on social media need to be defined properly. Will promotions by Bollywood celebrities and social media influencers be classified as advertisements?

Sections