Mohammed Mubashir _ By framing the question as "Fight cyber crime or curb free speech?" we are actually looking at two extremes, which is not good for society. Religions and its rule books were handed down to us by evaluating predecessors so we can live better with dignity. Therefore, it is a tough call to prosecute religious remarks as communalising. Nothing is absolute; there is always a boundary for anything. … [Read more...] about Does Section 66A curb or safeguard the social media?
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New Delhi: Physical distancing in an airport is not very easy to accomplish and certainly needs more than just security personnel for enforcement. That is why Delhi International Airport Limited, the operator of Indira Gandhi International Airport, has installed around 513 overhead sensors at Terminal 3. These generate a density map that alerts ground staff immediately when flyers breach social distancing norms.DIAL announced the innovative measure on Tuesday and said the sensor system sends alerts to a team of over 200 marshals and ground staff that helps them to precisely identify the area where social distancing rules are being flouted. DIAL says it has adopted the technology in anticipation of a possible increase in passenger load when full-fledged international operations are permitted.The airport officials explained that the sensors of the technology, XOVIS PTS, generate a grid of the area, identifying people as moving dots. If the dots get too close and signify crowding, the … [Read more...] about How Sensors Will Help Maintain Social Distancing At IGI Airport
Once an alert is issued, a terminal manager takes corrective action such as opening more check-in counters or re-deploying airport personnel. If the situation is not brought under control within a stipulated time, more alerts are issued. … [Read more...] about Sensors ensure social distancing at IGIA
Turkey on Tuesday slapped advertising bans on Twitter, Periscope and Pinterest over their non-compliance with a controversial new law that requires social media platforms to appoint legal representatives in the country. The law - which human rights and media freedom groups say amounts to censorship - forces social media companies with more than one million users to maintain representatives in Turkey to deal with complaints about content on their platforms. Companies that refuse to designate an official representative are subjected to fines, followed by advertising bans, and could face bandwidth reductions that would make their platforms too slow to use. The ban is on selling online space for ads, which is what many social media companies make their money from. "We hope that Twitter and Pinterest which have still not announced their representatives will rapidly take the necessary steps," said Omer Fatih Sayan, the deputy minister in charge of communications and infrastructure, … [Read more...] about Turkey slaps advertising ban on Twitter, Pinterest
Actor Vijay Raghavendra on Monday announced his association with Shashikanth Gatti's next film. The film, titled Ringa Ringa Roses, also has a tagline which reads -" we all fall down". Shashikanth is known for his films like Shutterdulai. Meanwhile, nothing much is known about Vijay's character in the film. Vijay took to his social media account to share a poster of the film and wrote, "5 Years ago Shashikant Gatti narrated a script and promised this extremely pivotal role in the movie. Happy to announce my association with the same movie today. Immensely delighted that I was a part of his Directorial debut 11 years ago and now his Productional-Directorial debut as well. All the best Shashikant Gatti (sic)." The poster of the film has already intrigued Meanwhile, Vijay will be seen in Savitri, which wrapped up shooting in just 46 days. The family drama features Urvashi Rai opposite Vijay and actress Tara in the titular role. The actor will also be seen in Seetharam Benoy, which is … [Read more...] about Vijay Raghavendra joins Shashikanth Gatti’s next film, Ringa Ringa Roses