Free Press Journal
  • Clicking WhatsApp links making users vulnerable to cybercrime

    London: Giving away a warning to all WhatsApp users across the globe, a report said that clicking on the links circulated on instant messaging app may expose and make them vulnerable to cyber attacks, reports IANS.

  • Rape videos on WhatsApp: SC snubs govt for not filing reply

    New Delhi : Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the government for failing to file its response in a case relating to the posting of rape videos on social networking sites like WhatsApp for 11 months.

  • WhatsApp unveils video calling from its biggest market India

    New Delhi: Announcing that India now has nearly 160 million monthly active users, instant messaging app WhatsApp launched a video calling feature here which will be rolled out globally to other countries from Tuesday.

  • Worry Not! There is no language mistake in your new Rs 2,000 note

    After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced trashing of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 bank notes to curb black money, RBI has released the newly printed Rs 500 and Rs 2000 bank notes. The new Rs 500 note is completely different from the old note while the new Rs 2000 note has 17 major features to make stand out and also an one (so-called) unnoticed mistake.

  • Revisit childhood memories this Children’s Day

    Indore: Celebrating this Children’s Day with fairytales, childhood stories and memories, Free Press invites all the readers to attend ‘Mad For Books’ event organised by DS event management from 12 pm to 2 pm at Mars cafe, near Chappan Dukan on Nov 13.

  • Twitteretti, WhatsApp go bonkers

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced of demonetization of currency notes worth Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 on late Tuesday evening, a panic like situation prevailed in the city. Here are some tweet that how Twitteretti, WhatsApp go bonkers on social media.

  • Sebi proposes ban on trading leagues, social media stock tips

    New Delhi : Coming down hard on fraudulent investment advisers, regulator Sebi on Friday proposed to ban unauthorised trading tips through SMSes, WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms, as also games, competitions and leagues relating to securities market.

  • Whatsapp adds new camera features

    New Delhi : Messaging app Whatsapp has added new camera features which will allow users to write and draw on photos and videos as well as add emojis to them.

  • WhatsApp introduces new camera features

    San Francisco: Instant mobile messaging app WhatsApp on Tuesday introduced new ways to customise and enhance the photos and videos you share with friends and family around the world.

  • Despite Delhi High Court order, WhatsApp to share data with Facebook

    New Delhi, Defying a Delhi High Court order against sharing user data collected up to September 25 with its parent company Facebook, the mobile message service WhatsApp has said that it is going to share information with Facebook as planned.

  • Mumbai man branded as terrorist on WhatsApp

    Mumbai, A 30-year-old man was forced to do a sit-in outside a police station here holding a placard to clarify that he is not a terrorist, after rumours were allegedly spread on a mobile app branding him a terrorist.

  • UK police probe Pippa’s photo hack

    London :  Scotland Yard is investigating hacking claims of Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton sister’s iCloud account that contained private photographs, including that of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, reports PTI.  ‘The Sun’ newspaper reported that it was offered the images of the British royal family by someone asking for £ 50,000 within 48 hours.

  • WhatsApp to share user’s phone nos with Facebook

    New Delhi : Messaging service WhatsApp has updated its global privacy policy, under which it will now share phone numbers of users with its parent company, Facebook. While the move will help Facebook offer more targeted advertisements on its own platform, WhatsApp will continue to be ad-free, a WhatsApp spokesperson told PTI.

  • WHATSAPP RAPE VIDEO: Court summons 3 men, accepts CBI chargesheet

    New Delhi : After accepting a chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), a court here has issued summons to three persons accused of making a rape video and sharing it on social messaging app WhatsApp.

  • Gujarat: Police station attacked over ‘love-jihad’ video

    Surat: Enraged over a video showing them in a bad light on ‘Love-Jihad’ issue, around 200 people from the minority community stormed the Limbayat police station here demanding action against those had recorded and circulated the clip, police said today. To control the mob, police resorted to lathicharge and fired at least 24 tear gas shells last night, said Limbayat police inspector B M Parmar.

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    WhatsApp chats are never fully deleted

    Mumbai: In what might come as a surprise to many, recent revelations suggest that the popular Facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp, doesn’t really delete your chats, they are still in the app’s database. And in a skilled hackers hand, these messages can be easily constructed.