India | Anchal Vohra | Wednesday January 15, 2014
Wayne May, expelled last week in tit-for-tat action, and his wife Alicia Muller made deeply offensive comments about India, its people and culture on Facebook during their stay here.
Tuesday January 14, 2014
In a statement on Tuesday, Yandex said it would get full access to public data from Facebook users in Russia, CIS countries including Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan, and in Turkey. Apart from the users' posts, its search results will soon also displ...
Thursday October 31, 2013
Shares of the world's no. 1 online social network soared as much as 15 per cent in extended trading before suddenly falling to $47.40, down 3 per cent from its $49.10 close. The stock settled at $49.16.
Anupam Saxena | Friday October 18, 2013
Users of Facebook's iOS app can now edit posts and comments after posting them.
Associated Press | Wednesday July 10, 2013
Ki, one of Asia's most famous sportsmen, has had a long, nervous wait to see whether his interactions on Facebook would cost him a place with the South Korean national team.
Gurman Bhatia | Thursday June 20, 2013
Facebook has introduced the ability to add photos to comments on Facebook profiles status updates.
World | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday May 29, 2013
Facebook has announced it is updating its policies on "harmful and hateful" content after a campaign complaining it was allowing jokes and other offensive comments about rape and domestic abuse.
Press Trust of India | Thursday May 16, 2013
Apex court refused to pass an order for a blanket ban on the arrest of a person for making objectionable comments on websites.
India | Edited by Surabhi Malik | Thursday May 16, 2013
The Supreme Court today said no person should be arrested for posting objectionable comments on social networking sites without the permission of senior police officials.
South | Edited by Surabhi Malik | Thursday May 16, 2013
The Supreme Court will today hear a plea challenging the arrest of a human rights activist from Andhra Pradesh who was apprehended last week for posting allegedly defamatory comments against a Congress leader on Facebook.
South | Written by Uma Sudhir | Monday May 13, 2013
An indiscreet comment on a social networking site can land you in jail, especially if you have taken on a politician. Jaya Vindyala, president of the Andhra Pradesh unit of People's Union for Civil Liberties or PUCL was arrested on Sunday afternoon f...
South | Edited by Shamik Ghosh (with PTI inputs) | Monday May 13, 2013
The arrest of a woman human rights activist over her comments against a Congress leader has led to a controversy in Andhra Pradesh. Jaya Vindhayala, a senior woman officer in People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), a human rights body, posted the ...
World | Associated Press | Friday May 10, 2013
Josh Knoller, a young professional in New York City, spent years refusing his mother's "Friend Request" on Facebook before, eventually, "caving in." Today they have an agreement: she'll try not to make embarrassing comments, and he can delete them if...
India | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 11, 2013
Peeved over BJP sidelining him, three-time MP from Amritsar Navjot Singh Sidhu will not contest the next Lok Sabha polls from Amritsar, his wife Navjot Kaur said on Thursday.
Surbhi Chawla | Tuesday March 26, 2013
Facebook has rolled out the new 'reply to comments' feature which, as per the social networking site, will help in improving conversations.
South | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Monday February 25, 2013
In Kerala, 120 people have been questioned by the police in Thiruvananthapuram and nearby areas for posting allegedly obscene Facebook posts about Congress leader PJ Kurien and the Suryanelli rape case.
India | Press Trust of India | Friday February 1, 2013
A Palghar court has closed the case against the two girls, who were arrested for posting a comment on Facebook on the shutdown after the death of Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray on November 17 last year.
Cities | Press Trust of India | Thursday January 31, 2013
A Maharashtra court on Thursday dropped all charges against the two women who wrote comments on Facebook questioning the shutdown in the city after Shiv Sena patriarch Bal Thackeray's death on November 17 last year, a lawyer said.
India | Press Trust of India | Monday January 14, 2013
The Bombay High Court today asked the Maharashtra government what action it had taken against policemen who arrested two girls from Palghar district for posting comments on Facebook against the shutdown in Mumbai after Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray's...
Cities | Mid-Day.com | Thursday January 10, 2013
The suspension of former Thane Rural Superintendent of Police Ravindra Sengaonkar following the arrests of Shaheen Dhada and Rini Srinivasan for their Facebook comments after Bal Thackeray's demise came back to haunt him when the President's Medal wa...