The senior BJP leader on Sunday took to Twitter and tweeted a map of India that displayed the available stock of Covid vaccines across all States.
The use of TikTok by government soldiers in the country gained traction even as Facebook in February announced that it was banning the Myanmar's military as well as other state-controlled entities from both Facebook and Instagram.
Twitter had already banned some COVID-related misinformation in December, including falsehoods about how the virus spreads.
The Oversight Board last month made 17 recommendations, based on the six cases, for Facebook to improve its content moderation.
The code, prepared by the Digital Industry Group Inc (DiGi), a non-profit industry association, will be reviewed in 12 months, reports ZDNet.
The social media giant on February 12 released a detailed statement regarding the actions undertaken to protect free speech in Myanmar.
On February 4, Twitter was asked to take down 1,178 accounts with links to Pakistan and Khalistan supporters that were spreading misinformation.
The mandatory code proposed by the government aims to make Google and Facebook pay Australian media companies fairly for using news content the tech giants siphon from news sites.
The Delhi High Court observed that WhatsApp is responding to the question raised by the Central Government, and thereafter adjourned the matter for March 1 for further hearing.
Only hours after gaining full control of Congress, Representatives Anna Eshoo (California) and Tom Malinowski (New Jersey), along with several other members, sent out letters to the CEOs of the three tech giants.
The research by the San Francisco-based analytics firm Zignal Labs found that conversations about election fraud dropped from 2.5 million mentions to 688,000 mentions across several social media sites in the week after Trump
The company said that with more countries around the world seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases, the new notification features will help people stay up-to-date and get information from credible sources directly on Instagram.
Democrats focused their criticism mainly on hate speech, misinformation and other content that can incite violence, keep people from voting or spread falsehoods about the coronavirus.
As much of what the EU aims to do is rooted in values like free expression, privacy, transparency and the rights of individuals, these values must be actively protected as the new rules are written, he said.
Zuckerberg declares his 2018 resolution is to “fix” Facebook.
"Receiving the flu vaccine will not only provide personal health protection, it will also help reduce the burden of respiratory illness on our already very overstretched healthcare system."
Facebook said it would enforce its policies on coronavirus misinformation "regardless of anyone's political position or party affiliation.
The social network said it will also run an information campaign encouraging people to get their flu shots this year.
"The fostering of numerical skills for sifting through online information could well be vital for curbing the 'infodemic' and promoting good public health behaviour."