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Facebook India's Ankhi Das resigns days after parliamentary panel questioning|Oneindia News [Video]

Facebook India's Ankhi Das resigns days after parliamentary panel questioning|Oneindia News

After being named in a recent controversy over alleged bias by social networking giant in dealing with hate speeches, Facebook executive Ankhi Das, has resigned. Ankhi's resignation comes weeks after..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 01:34Published

What Facebook India head says about charges of bias? [Video]

What Facebook India head says about charges of bias?

Managing Director of Facebook India, Ajit Mohan speaks with the National Political Editor of Hindustan Times, Sunetra Choudhury about the charges of bias the company faces after international journals..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 08:38Published

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Facebook India policy head Ankhi Das quits after content row

The company said in a statement on Tuesday that Das, who was Facebook's public policy head for India, South & Central Asia, had decided to step down to pursue her interest in public service.
DNA - Published Also reported by •Zee News

Ankhi Das quits Facebook

“Ankhi has decided to step down from her role in Facebook to pursue her interest in public service," said Ajit Mohan, Managing Director India of Facebook
Hindu - Published

Top news of the day: Current unlock guidelines extended till November 30; Ankhi Das, Facebook India’s head of public policy, quits and more

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Facebook India's controversial public policy head Ankhi Das quits

Facebook India's controversial public policy head Ankhi Das is leaving the company with immediate effect "to pursue her interest in public service", the social networking giant announced on..
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Facebook's India head of public policy quits

Facebook's head of public policy Ankhi Das -- who was in the eye of storm over alleged bias in blocking of hate content on the social media platform, has quit the company.
IndiaTimes - Published Also reported by •Indian Express

Facebook representatives asked on fund spent on data safety

During Friday's session at the Joint Committee of Parliament on personal data protection Bill, 2019, Facebook representatives including its India Policy Director Ankhi Das was asked on how much fund is..
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Amazon refuses, FB's Ankhi Das appears before Parliament panel on data privacy

In a surprise move, Amazon has refused to appear before a joint committee of the Parliament next week, that is looking into the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 which empowers the government to ask..
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FB policy head appears before Parl committee

Facebook's public policy head Ankhi Das appeared before the panel on the issue of data security on Friday. Facebook India representatives were asked some tough and searching questions by the members of..
IndiaTimes - Published

Data protection: Parliament's joint panel summons FB, Twitter

A joint committee of Parliament on Friday issued summons to Facebook in order to seek its "oral evidence" on the issues of data protection and privacy. Twitter too is said to have been directed for..
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Facebook India appoints Sunil Abraham as Public Policy Director

He will report to Ankhi Das, Facebook’s Public Policy Director for South & Central Asia.
Hindu - Published

Parliament panel grills Facebook India boss on 'misuse' of platform

Amid the raging controversy over social media giant Facebook's alleged bias, Facebook India boss Ajit Mohan appeared before the Parliamentary standing committee on Information Technology on Wednesday..
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Facebook official's internal messages reveal political bias, says report

At the centre of allegations that Facebook did not apply hate speech rules on members of the ruling BJP, an executive of the social networking site has been named in a second Wall Street Journal report..
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‘We lit a fire to Modi’s social media campaign,’ wrote Facebook’s Ankhi Das

A report in the Wall Street Journal newspaper claims that a day before the BJP swept to victory in the 2014 general elections, Facebook public policy head in India, Ankhi Das, sent out an internal..
IndiaTimes - Published

Posts by Facebook’s Ankhi Das show political bias, says new report

They cover 2012 to 2014 and were made to a group designed for employees in India, says The Wall Street Journal
Hindu - Published

'We're open, transparent, non-partisan': Facebook amid political row

Facing intense political heat in India over its alleged role in favouring the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on its platform, social networking giant Facebook on Friday clarified its position, saying it..
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YC activists protest at Facebook office

Demand action against Ankhi Das, its senior executive
Hindu - Published

Police ask FB, Twitter for details in Ankhi Das case

‘She has given a detailed statement’
Hindu - Published

FIR against FB executive, 2 others over posts

Chhattisgarh police has filed a first information report (FIR) against Facebook India, South & Central Asia public policy director Ankhi Das and two others on a complaint by a journalist that they have..
IndiaTimes - Published

FIR filed against Facebook India public policy director Ankhi Das


Indian Express - Published

Facebook policy head Ankhi Das files complaint against ‘violent threats’


Indian Express - Published

Facebook refused to remove anti-Muslim posts to not upset Modi govt: WSJ

Facebook refused to comply with its hate-speech policy and allowed anti-Muslim posts on its platform to avoid ruining the social media company's relationship with the Indian government. A report..
IndiaTimes - Published

BJP, RSS control Facebook, WhatsApp, says Rahul Gandhi; 'losers', retorts Union minister

Accusing the BJP and the RSS of controlling Facebook and WhatsApp in India, the Congress on Sunday alleged that the two had attacked democracy in the country and demanded a Joint Parliamentary..
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