'I have enjoyed some of their content thoroughly and in my very first meeting with Jack we connected instantly on how we envisaged this genre and film. I am looking forward to beginning my experience with each one of them,' Nushrat said. … [Read more...] about Nushrat is all set to SCARE you!
NEW DELHI: US President Donald Trump’s executive order diluting the immunity enjoyed by social media companies is unlikely to change India's stand on making firms such as Twitter and Facebook more responsible and accountable for content posted on their platforms. India has been facing a challenge of misinformation on a large scale and has had to deal with situations such as mob lynching due to unchecked hate speech and fake news on social media. This has made New Delhi propose key policy changes to legislations that put the onus of checking content largely on social media companies. India and the United States, though, are reconsidering the immunity for different reasons, said Udbhav Tiwari, policy advisor with Mozilla. “While India wants to compel platforms to carry out better content moderation and cooperate with law enforcement, the US seems to think that current content moderation practices are negatively impacting political neutrality and wants to rein in such … [Read more...] about Trump’s move against social media cos unlikely to change India’s stand
NEW YORK: Oil prices soared on Friday, with US futures closing out May with record monthly gains, on hopes that the US-China trade deal would remain intact and on falling crude production. West Texas Intermediate crude futures for July delivery settled at $35.49 a barrel, jumping $1.78, or 5.3%. July Brent crude closed at $35.33 a barrel, gaining 4 cents. However, the more active August contract ended at $37.84, rising $1.81, or roughly 5%. Both benchmarks saw steep monthly rises due to falling global production and expectations for demand growth as parts of the United States, including New York City, and other countries move to reopen after coronavirus-related lockdowns. WTI recorded an all-time monthly rise of 88% after trading negative last month. Brent logged an increase of about 40% for its strongest monthly bounce since March 1999. US President Donald Trump said his administration will begin to eliminate special treatment for Hong Kong in response to China plans to impose … [Read more...] about Oil surges 5% on US-China trade optimism, falling crude output
NYU Shanghai preserved some rituals for the ceremony, such as a torch handover and lighting up the Oriental Pearl Tower, a landmark building in Shanghai, in the university's signatary color of purple. … [Read more...] about NYU Shanghai holds virtual graduation ceremony
That’s also set up a clearer contrast between the company and its social-media peers, most of which have been under fire for lax enforcement against offensive or inappropriate content. Twitter is the first to take action on Trump’s posts. On Facebook Inc.’s main app and Instagram, where Trump made the same posts, the messages remain online with no additional context from the company. Facebook has similar content policies, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided his company should be especially hesitant to weigh in or take action on posts from political leaders. … [Read more...] about Trump ire draws eyeballs to Twitter, where attention is an asset