OPINION: His position may allow a lethal flow of hate speech targeting minorities to flourish on Twitter, while Tesla could be given a special deal in return for a free pass to stifle Twitter-based criticism of the Modi government.
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Analysts believe that Paytm's problems were masked by promoter and banker-driven hype.
Company whistleblowers, critics, and those familiar with the inside workings of Meta say that Facebook's sensation-seeking, hate-speech nurturing algorithms are ripping apart the fabric of many developing countries, especially India.
How did so many people dupe themselves into thinking that Paytm was a sure bet? Not paying attention to some basic rules of how to value a fintech company, or any company, did them in.
Critics say that Modi and his political supporters want desperately to throttle companies like Twitter and Facebook to prevent real news and discuss the pandemic from reaching Indians and the world.
The answer may lie beyond pandemic impacts and a willingness to spend, especially if the rideshare company wants to reach its goal of manufacturing millions of electric vehicles overnight.
An avalanche of criticism over social media against India's farming Bills and an outpouring of revulsion at Modi on Twitter for allegedly doing nothing to save Indians during the pandemic's second wave has convinced the Indian prime minister to tighten the screws on US tech outfits.
A four-year moratorium on the payment of grossly inflated past dues, amongst other things, may not be enough to get the struggling telecom operator back on its feet
Udaan's B2B marketplace is becoming a boon for India's mom-and-pop kirana stores that struggle to connect with sellers in order to stock their shops.
India's burgeoning telco market is headed for a duopoly that could ultimately be a disaster for customers.