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  1. Photo: © Twitter (Main Image)Republic TV founder, Arnab Goswami, manages to be part of some or the other controversy all the time. Now, his WhatsApp chats have been leaked where he purportedly suggests that he already knew about India’s plans to conduct airstrikes against Pakistan- in retaliation to the February 2019 Pulwama attack, days before the attack took place. © Twitter Times Now His Whatsapp chats are with former Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) chief executive Partho Dasgupta. The chats created havoc when they went viral on social media. Among many other things, the chats also suggest that Goswami had prior knowledge of major government decisions including the Balakot airstrikes and the scrapping of Article 370. Now, social media is flooded with comments suggesting that he should be arrested for treason and #ArrestArnabTraitor is trending on Twitter. A Twitter user wrote, “The issue is very serious that a Journalist made a discussion on national security where he knows all the matters in prior, how this could have happened in a democratic country? I would surprise about how he acknowledged this information by. Arrest such people.” The issue is very serious that a Journalist made a discussion on national security where he knows all the matters in prior, how this could be happened in democratic country? I would surprise about how he acknowledged this information by. Arrest such people. #ArrestTraitorArnab pic.twitter.com/0FtMcqv1Vc — जय भीम Dr. Prashant Rathor 🇮🇳 (@DrRathor13579) January 21, 2021 Here’s what people have to say about it- Arnab Goswami is a stigma to journalism and to our nation. His sentence "We won like crazy" on 40 Soldiers in pulwama attack and knowing beforehand of Balakot Strike news is 100% sign of Anti-National activities.#ArrestTraitorArnab pic.twitter.com/d6wLtC2Q3Z — Sandip Gopani 🇮🇳 (@sandipGopani_) January 21, 2021The silence of govt speak thousands words of their involvement in Pulwama attack & leaking military information which could have compromised the security of more soldiers deployed in Jammu & Kashmir. For NIA, this is not security threat. #ArrestTraitorArnab pic.twitter.com/iHalztE118 — PUNJABI REVIEW (@punjabireview_) January 21, 2021#ArrestTraitorArnab but also initiate a proper investigation in order to find out and fix all those who acted as traitors against the national security in the recently exposed #ArnabGate episode. #ArrestTraitorArnab pic.twitter.com/jeanBitmX9 — surbhi moury🇪🇺OBC🇪🇺 (@surbhimoury) January 21, 2021Arnab He calls himself Patriot!!!!! Where is the Equality and Justice#ArrestTraitorArnab #ArnabGaddarHai pic.twitter.com/vpjVtpGNlX — Holagunda PFi (@HolagundaP) January 21, 2021Yes the bigger concern is who gave the information to him. Arnab is just the puppet of whom, all know.For what the republic tv is we all know. — Ankit Jain (@AnkitJa81653061) January 21, 2021Seriously bro are you serious It was obvious that something big was going to happen and because these was a large troop movement to the Kashmir and other states people who follow this already knew that something big is on the way. Facts man don't be like congress andbhakt. — Abhishek Verma (@Abhishe99799039) January 21, 2021Gaddar Arnab, How dare you rejoiced martyrdom of our 40 CRPF boys ? You are more brutal and anti Indian than those terrorists.#ArrestTraitorArnab pic.twitter.com/aurNHsrcoz — Naveen Shahi (@Naveen_Kr_Shahi) January 21, 2021Earlier, he managed to get into a controversy with comedian Kunal Kamra. Kunal Kamra is also known to have quite 'heavy feelings' for Mr Goswami (as we all know), and his sentiments for Arnab Goswami never changed. Kunal made sure that he never failed to express his views about Arnab publically and came up with innovative ideas to insult him and entertain the audience. Kunal and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap in Spetember 2020 went to Republic TV’s office to give Arnab Goswami the 'excellence in journalism award'. Both of them went to the studio premises with actual slippers framed and were denied entry inside Republic TV premises. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  2. Instant messaging app WhatsApp has been sent a “strongly worded letter” by the Indian government about its latest privacy policy. WhatsApp introduced a new policy that requires users to share their personal information with Facebook if they interact with businesses. The move was met with backlash from users in India that led to a mass exodus to other messaging apps such as Telegram and Signal. The Indian Government has now expressed its concerns to WhatsApp and reconsider its decision according to a report by NDTV. © Reuters India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology or ‘’MeitY’ sent a “strongly worded” letter to WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart. In the letter, it was expressed that the new privacy policy "raises grave concerns regarding the implications for the choice and autonomy of India citizens.”. The letter goes on to add "any unilateral changes to the WhatsApp Terms of Service and Privacy would not be fair and acceptable.” India is one of WhatsApp's most important markets with over 400 million users in the countries alone. A recent survey by LocalCirles also revealed that only 18% of WhatsApp users in India are likely to continue with the service which will be a massive hit to WhatsApp’s user base in the country. Due to the backlash, WhatsApp had to delay the implementation of the new policy however as of now it will be implemented on May 15th. WhatsApp was brought to court about its new privacy policy however the Delhi High Court said that accepting the new privacy policy is “voluntary" and asks users to stop using the service if they don’t like the new policies. The letter from MeitY comes a day after the Delhi High Court verdict raising key objections such as the involuntary nature of the new policy. The letter also reminded WhatsApp of the Indian Supreme Court’s judgement on privacy policy from 2017 and the proposed data protection law. © Reuters The Government also pointed out and takes objection to WhatsApp having different policies in different regions. As we reported earlier, WhatsApp’s privacy policy in Europe is different from the one in India and does not force its users to comply with the new change. The letter then asked 14 questions from WhatsApp on how user data is utilised and what type of privacy protections users get from the instant messaging app. Source: NDTV View the full article
  3. There's been a lot of conversation around WhatsApp and its controversial privacy policy over the last couple of weeks. In fact, a lot of people have started switching to other apps already. And now, the government has decided to step in. Yes, the government has asked WhatsApp to withdraw its controversial privacy policy. Additionally, it has asked the company to respect the "informational privacy and data security of Indian users. © Unsplash According to sources, the government has sent a long list of questions to the company on the issue. It has also noted that having a lenient update for Europe while being stringent in India is discriminatory for Indian users. There's been a lot of discussions surrounding that as well, so it's good to see the government bringing it up. TOI noted that the government has expressed displeasure at how the matter was unveiled by WhatsApp and asked them to take immediate steps to sort it out. What's more interesting is that even a letter has been sent to WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart. The government is said to have expressed strong concerns about the policy that has been proposed by the company. The letter says that the update and data-sharing with Facebook will expose Indian users to "greater security risks and vulnerabilities creating a honeypot of information. © Reuters It looks like the government is also strongly against the "all-or-nothing approach" of WhatsApp where it has asked the users to either accept the new T&C or ready to stop using the app and its services. The sources said that "differential and discriminatory treatment of Indian and European users is attracting serious criticism and shows lack of respect for the rights and interests of Indian citizens." Obviously, it remains to be seen what comes out of this whole debacle and whether or not WhatsApp will pull back its new policy. For now, you still have the chance to accept the new terms and continue using them. The company recently extended the deadline till May 15, and we doubt if there'll further extension. We'd like to know what are your thoughts on this, so be sure to let us know by dropping a line in the comments. Source: TOI View the full article
  4. When tropical storm Chalane threatened Zimbabwe and Mozambique last year, govt, aid agencies sprang into action, having learned lessons from destruction and loss of life caused by cyclones in 2019
  5. There's been a lot of discussion about WhatsApp and its questionable privacy policy lately. A huge chunk of people have even decided to ditch the app for other alternatives. WhatsApp has extended the deadline to accept its new privacy policy, which means there's still some time to reflect and make a well-informed decision. Meanwhile, the Delhi High court has spoken about the new privacy policy of social messaging app. It pointed out that accepting the new WhatsApp privacy policy is a "voluntary" thing and one can always choose to not use or join it. It's more like a general reminder to people pointing out how it's not mandatory to use any app in particular and there always some alternatives out there. © Unsplash "It is a private app. Don't join it. It is a voluntary thing, don't accept it. Use some other app," Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said to the petitioner who challenged WhatsApp's new privacy policy. Additionally, the court also said if the terms and conditions of most mobile apps are read, then we'd be surprised as to what all we are consenting to. "Even Google maps captures all your data and stores it," the court said. WhatsApp and Facebook, represented by senior advocates Kapil Sibal and Mukul Rohatgi, made it a point to note that the plea was not maintainable and many of the issues were raised without any foundation. They also told the court that all messages shared between friends and family would remain encrypted and cannot be stored by WhatsApp and none of that changes under the new policy. For those of you who don't know, the new policy would only affect the business chats on WhatsApp and it doesn't affect the normal chats for all its users. The petition against the app on the court contended that the updated privacy policy violates users' right to privacy under the Constitution. © Unsplash For now, the Delhi High court has pushed the hearing to January 25 saying the issues require further consideration. The central government also agreed with the court that the issue needs to be analyzed. We'll be keeping an eye on this issue to see how it unfolds, so stay tuned for more info. Source: Livemint View the full article
  6. Indian spokespersons for defence and foreign ministries have refrained from responding immediately to the transcripts
  7. The Indian conglomerate, owned by Mukesh Ambani, is looking to ramp up its retail and grocery business in the country
  8. Users are looking for reassurance their chat's security was not compromised since an outage two days ago
  9. As the trial for Arnab Goswami’s TRP scam is being awaited to be held on 29th January, the nation is still fathoming the amount of information that has surfaced after Arnab Goswami’s Whatsapp chats with ex- CEO of BARC were recently shared on social media. Both these individuals are currently in a soup and are accused of rigging TRP numbers. While the entire document is a very heavy file consisting of some meticulous conversations, some jolting information that has come to light includes Partho Dasgupta asking Arnab about “any progress on PMO?” and Goswami’s euphoria over the high TRP’s around the Pulwama attack. The chats suggest the journalist knew about the post-Pulwama strike plan in advance. #ArnabChatGate | Part 1: Expose suggests how Republic TV founder Arnab Goswami was allegedly aware of India's 'strike plan' post-Pulwama terror strike. Opposition demands internal inquiry into alleged ‘leak’. Military experts question Goswami's 'indiscretion'. Details: Nikunj. pic.twitter.com/GN25D55R8R — TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) January 17, 2021 Other revelations include the two talking about ‘ buying a judge’ , and suggests that the Balakot strike was probably an election campaign. These chats have invited the ire of the ‘aam admi’ who not only is dissing this behaviour but also questioning the credibility of the government and our judiciary system. And, here Arnab Goswami boasts of getting @PMOIndia ministers changed after meeting Modi. Gowswami not a “Dalal” PM? Third tranche of the chats pic.twitter.com/TT70IX5Krf — Swati Chaturvedi (@bainjal) January 17, 2021The economy is screwed... No matter what we tell outside.#ArnabGate #ArnabGoswami #ArnabGoswamiExposed pic.twitter.com/PN0Tp6O7FC — Yash |🇮🇳 (@United_India__) January 16, 2021If BJP Govt is sharing top defense secrets with a dalal like Arnab Goswami, just imagine what all information they must be trading with Ambani & Adani?#AntiNationalBJPArnab — Gaurav Pandhi (@GauravPandhi) January 17, 2021#ArnabGate exposed that BJP govt told #ArnabGoswami about the Balakot strike 3 days before it happened.Leaking top secret details about defence strategies to a private citizen is not only a massive security breach but TREASON by GOI . Government of India must be held accountable! — Shama Mohamed (@drshamamohd) January 17, 2021The bigger question that this revelation paints for us is that where are we heading as a nation? What is the state of our national security, what is indeed happening if confidential information is being leaked out and being peddled for TRP’s ? Just how safe is our nation now, since everyone, from the political leaders, our journalists and even the security stakeholders of this country are under the radar. While Arnab Goswami deserves a proper trial and he will surely get it, one cannot help but look at the dwelling darker picture which poses a bigger threat to us. We need to move on from trolling individuals and actually educating ourselves on what is happening. The nation wants to know the truth after all, right? View the full article
  10. It seems like WhatsApp can’t catch a break after it decided to update its terms of service and force users to accept them or face permanent deletion. Last week, certain WhatsApp groups could be found on Google Search via indexing and it seems like now phone numbers of WhatsApp Web users are now exposed. © Youtube_Softonic Even though the app has been facing intense backlash from existing users, it seems like this new debacle is worse than any of the other grievances. Personal phone numbers are now exposed via the same indexing method on Google Search. Many working professionals have been confined to their homes thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic due to which many people opted to use WhatsApp Web for better productivity and as a way to multi-task. However, Independent cybersecurity researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia shared screenshots with IANS showing indexing of personal mobile numbers of WhatsApp Web users. "The leak is happening via WhatsApp on the Web. If someone is using WhatsApp on a laptop or on an office PC, the mobile numbers are being indexed on Google Search. These are mobile numbers of individual users, not business numbers," Rajaharia told IANS. © Reuters Google is able to index invite links to private WhatsApp group chats that are shared publicly and it seems like the same method worked for exposing the personal information of web users as well. While the indexed WhatsApp group chat links have now been removed from Google; personal phone numbers are still exposed. "Despite WhatsApp advising users and telling Google to remove the earlier exposed group chat links, the mobile numbers via WhatsApp Web application are now being indexed on Google Search," Rajaharia noted. The latest leak of personal mobile numbers via WhatsApp on Web has not been addressed by Facebook, WhatsApp nor Google. For now, WhatsApp has delayed its new terms of service where personal data of users will be shared with other Facebook-owned companies if they have interacted with a business. Businesses use WhatsApp as a mode of communication with customers for support, food orders and other types of commerce. If you have interacted with a business on WhatsApp or continue to do so in the future, WhatsApp will share your personal data with Facebook and companies under its umbrella of corporations including Instagram, Messenger and Facebook ads. © Reuters Many WhatsApp users have already started to flock to other messaging apps that have a better privacy policy and does not force its terms on them. Amongst them, Signal saw a massive increase in new users which led to the servers of the app crash on Friday night. If you are looking to switch between Telegram or Signal, check out our detailed comparison of the two apps and its privacy features here. View the full article
  11. With more people looking to ditch WhatsApp and switch to other messaging apps, Signal and Telegram have the ones that have stood out. We already did a story on all the WhatsApp features that are already on Signal. Now, we'll be checking out some of the Telegram features that'll make you want to ditch WhatsApp for it immediately. Multiple Number While WhatsApp users can only have one number for WhatsApp on one device, Telegram users can add up to 3 numbers on the same device. This is a handy feature for those using a dual SIM phone with two different numbers on the same device. © Reuters Scheduled Messages This feature is pretty self-explanatory. Well, Telegram lets you schedule messages on its app and we think WhatsApp should add this feature soon as well. Imagine not having to worry about being on time to, say, wish someone a 'Happy Birthday' at night. You can just schedule it. Sharing Files Up to 1.5GB Currently, on WhatsApp, you can't send a file that's larger than 100MB. But Telegram users, on the other hand, can share files as big as 1.5GB. This is an extremely useful feature and we think WhatsApp should definitely increase the file size cap. © Reuters Hide Phone Number This is perhaps one of our favorite Telegram features. Being able to hide phone numbers from other people ensures that we don't end up sharing our numbers with random users. It'd be awesome if WhatsApp adds an ability to use usernames instead of phone numbers. But for now, it looks like we'll have to stick to Telegram. In addition to the ones mentioned above, we're sure there are some other features that you might like on Telegram. Be sure to let us know by dropping a line. View the full article
  12. According to WABetaInfo you should update to the new version "if you are not a beta tester"
  13. WhatsApp has explained what information it collects from its users to share with Facebook companies
  14. WhatsApp says that it will give plenty of time to users for them to review and understand the terms of use
  15. "Personal messages are protected by end-to-end encryption, and WhatsApp and Facebook cannot read or listen to them"
  16. WhatsApp earlier disabled the feature to export chat history in Germany because of legal reasons
  17. Seems like the nation constantly wants to know what’s happening with journalist and newsmaker Arnab Goswami. Every time one spots him trending on social media, a meme fest takes over as viewers continue to lose their ability to take his words seriously. © Republic Recently, advocate Prashant Bhushan, who is a public interest lawyer and activist shared leaked screenshots of WhatAapp conversations between Arnab and ex-CEO of BARC (Broadcast Audience Research Council) Partho Dasgupta, who is also currently swimming in the TRP scam case. These are a few snapshots of the damning leaked WhatsApp chats between BARC CEO & #ArnabGoswami. They show many conspiracies&unprecedented access to power in this govt; gross abuse of his media&his position as power broker. In any Rule of law country, he would be in jail for long pic.twitter.com/6aGOR6BRQJ — Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) January 15, 2021 The TRP scam, in question, began last year in October when the BARC filed a complaint against a few TV channels (including Republic TV) and accused them of rigging their TRP numbers. The former CEO Partho Dasgupta and Arnab Goswami are being accused of rigging numbers. When the question of actress Rhea Chakraborty’s chats being leaked arose in the past, many claimed it was being done in national interest, ergo some are pointing out the hypocrisy over the hue and cry around Arnab’s chats being leaked now. As soon as the tweet became viral on the internet, people couldn’t help but joke about this whole situation. #ArnabGoswami Error! Filename not specified.Suddenness, the sheer suddenness of the moveError! Filename not specified.. So finally it is proved that Whatsapp is no more secure, neither end to end encrypted. Installing Signal. — Carbonated (@saqibhafix) January 15, 2021The whole situation explained in a video #ArnabGoswami pic.twitter.com/HR7rFSICCk — Manoj Tiwari(Parody) (@ManojMujra) January 15, 2021#ArnabGoswami :- What is this behaviour Zuckerberg ? Zuckerberg :- I am sorry Babu. Rhea & Karma smiling while reading this 73+ MB chat. pic.twitter.com/1au0vZNYnD — Ahmed Bilal Chowdhary ( احمد بلال چوہدری ) (@AhmedBilal_JK) January 15, 2021This is How Arnab's Chat leaked. Error! Filename not specified.Error! Filename not specified.#See_Full_Image.#ArnabGoswami and #WhatsAppPrivacyPolicy pic.twitter.com/LrZq4Ip4XJ — बाबूराव गणपतराव आप्टे (@baburao__aapte) January 15, 2021 While people cant help but make memes about this situation, many others are exhibiting their angst towards the horrendous misuse of power that these chats reveal. The sheer power of #ArnabGoswami, a News Editor. Reminding me of Dileep Padgaonkar's infamous comment: I am the most powerful man after the PM. A man with zero accountability discussing scrapping of Art 370 with NSA Doval a day before the formal announcement @pbhushan1 pic.twitter.com/lbjyjZEee6 — Poonam punekar (@PunekarPoonam1) January 15, 2021Whats the point of you higher education and degree plus your experience and age if you wasting on such issues which has no value addition to it?!! Just asking! What kind of example are you setting for your future generations? So sad to read venomous negativity from you always. — 🇮🇳 Kavita Damle 🇮🇳🦋Error! Filename not specified. (@KavitaDamle) January 15, 2021 A lot of people on social media are questioning the authenticity of these screenshots but turns out, that the Mumbai Police extracted data from BARC CEO's phone and these are apparently a part of that. Mumbai Police releases 500 pages WhatsApp chat between Arnab Goswami and Partho Das Gupta ( Ex CEO of BARC) pic.twitter.com/C3wnxjRi0N — Abhijeet Dipke (@abhijeet_dipke) January 15, 2021 The alleged leaked chats reveal some crucial information, including how Arnab Goswami met National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval two days just before the abrogation of Article 370, especially the fact that he knew all about the Article 370 abrogation discussion. Some of the messages also suggest that the former BARC CEO allegedly sent a confidential note to Arnab explaining that he had jammed the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) and Goswami allegedly replied that he may meet the Prime Minister in this matter. The court hearing is scheduled for 29th January 2021. Until then, the High Court has withheld any coercive action against all accused. View the full article
  18. IT ministry has prepared Personal Data Protection Bill to protect Pakistani consumers, says Amin ul Haq
  19. WhatsApp is rolling out the possibility to pick starred stickers directly from WhatsApp Web
  20. PTA says that WhatsApp has explained the new terms in Urdu as well to help users in Pakistan
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