Details of 250 millions Social media accounts left exposed over Internet

 A social media analytics company Social Data has exposed more than 250 millions social media account details over the Internet due to the absence of an authentication system to access their database.Social Data, a Hong Kong based company launched in August 2019, sells data on social media influencers and their followers to marketers, had the entire 235 millions accounts database left unprotected over the web, without a password or any other authentication required to access it. The exposed data includes sensitive and personal information such as names, contact information, personal info, images and followers stats. All this information was collected…
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Instagram bug kept deleted photos and private messages for more than a year

 In case you are not aware, Instagram users can download a copy of their data which can include your photos, comments, profile information and many other things from the app platform. Instagram collects this data requested and sends it to your provided email address. User can navigate by following below steps to download a local copy of account data:Open InstagramGo to you profile pageTap the top-right corner on three horizontal bars to open the settings panel. Tap on ‘Settings’Go to Security and under the 'Data and History' section you will find the ‘Download Data’ option.Provide your email address where Instagram…
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Indian Army bans 89 Social Media apps for its personnel, includes Facebook, Instagram and more

Indian Army has asked all its Officers and Soldiers to immediately delete (not deactivate) their social media accounts such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Zoom, Truecaller, Reddit and more from their mobile phones by July 15.This order is passed citing security consideration and leakage of sensitive data. Army said those who don't follow this order will face strict action.The list of 89 apps issued also include 59 Chinese apps who were recently banned by Indian Govt. Read more at:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/76858779.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
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Elyments: India’s first Social networking super app

Indian Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on July 5, launched India's first Social Networking app - Elyments. This app is focused to replace the likes of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp in India.“India is an IT powerhouse and we have some of the world’s best-known names in this field. With such a huge pool of talented professionals, I feel there should be many more such innovations coming out in future, " said Vice President Venkaiah Naidu.The app is available with more than 8 Indian Languages on Play Store and Apple Store, has 3.5 stars rating with more than 1 Millions downloads and…
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