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Zoom all set to launch end-to-end encryption feature in four phases

Zoom has confirmed that it is all set to launch its end-to-end encryption feature for all its users next week. However, Zoom is going to launch its encryption feature in phases, with the company planning to roll out this new feature in four phases before the full-fledge launch. Zoom’s latest announcement will aid in silencing its detractors and critics who had criticized the video communication giant for keeping the encryption exclusive for paid users. Following the public outcry, Zoom withdrew the decision. To know more please click here.


Just like Facebook, Twitter too will Clampdown on Holocaust denial content  

Microblogging giant Twitter has decided to remove all content from its platform that denies the existence of holocaust. Twitter said that its latest decision is a part of its effort to curb hate speech on its platform.  Interestingly, Facebook had taken a similar decision just few days back in order to contain anti-Semitism content on its platform.  It is an open secret that anti-Semitists have used popular platforms like Facebook and Twitter to express their animosity against the Jews. To know more click here. 


Foodtech major Zomato raises $52 Mn from Kora Investment

Foodtech major Zomato’s fundraising spree continues as it raised $52 MN or 380 crores from Kora Investment.  The latest fund raising comes after the unicorn startup secured a massive $102 Mn from Tiger Global & other investors only few weeks back. This was New York-based Tiger Global’s first ever investment in India’s burgeoning foodtech sector. Zomato’s relentless fundraising spree has surprised everyone given that the foodtech sector’s business was badly impacted by Covid-19 pandemic.


Israeli startup Blackswan, which claims to be launching world’s first AI enterprise OS, has just secured fresh funding

Israeli startup Blackswan is harboring ambitious goal of disrupting the enterprise software market. It is planning to achieve this goal by launching the world’s OS based on artificial intelligence. The good thing is that its quest has just got a funding impetus of $28 Mn. The funding is a part of its Series A round that was led by Prytek, FinTLV and MS&AD Ventures.  To know more click here.


Youtube Censors Coronavirus Vaccine Misinformation

Youtube, which is owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet INC, has said that it will now ban all the videos that aim spread misinformation about Covid-19 vaccine. The video streaming giant has essentially said that any videos that contradicts WHO’s public stand on the coronavirus vaccine will be removed from its video library. To know more click here. 

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