Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that they plan to build Facebook the way WhatsApp has been developed, focused on the most fundamental and private use case - messaging - making it as secure as possible.
Is Google not sticking to its privacy settings? Or does it not respect personal space? Technology is everywhere, true. But, does that mean it should force itself on people when explicitly asked not to?
Now that Facebook has proven how easy it is to make money out of other people’s digital poop, all companies private and government should take a leaf out of Zucker’s Book On Suckers and try putting out all employee data out for sale.
If the SC has rescued Muslim women from the tyranny of instant talaq, it is still a triple whammy for them because they continue to contend with the personal law board and then the universal Indian misogyny.