27-year-old Manish Kumar, who had promised his wife a movie show and romantic dinner early this week, ended the whole weekend fighting with people on Twitter and later with his wife for not keeping the promise.
In a desperate attempt to push up the falling share prices of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has asked Facebook users to buy shares from the open market else their passwords could become public.
To save youths and teens from embarrassment caused by activities of their parents on Facebook, the social networking website has decided to give admin rights of parents’ accounts to their children. Once a Facebook user lists and confirms another user as his or her son or daughter, the user’s Facebook activities will become public only after approval by the offspring.
After asking users to pay for making their posts popular, Facebook is asking users, male, and preferably from India, to pay if they wanted more female friends. The social networking site has announced a new feature where a male user can add a girl as friend by paying just 2 dollars. The feature will go live on Monday, when many users will access their Facebook profile from offices.
Realizing the crucial role played by internet trolls – people who do maa-behn of any topic being discussed on any online platform – Twitter has decided to verify such accounts so that people are able to distinguish between a warm desire to start a conversation and a burning desire to indulge in mudslinging. However, experts are not too sure if trolls will opt for such verification.
Realizing the importance of Twitter and Facebook users, who solve issues of national importance on daily basis with help of re-tweets and likes, the government has decided to have two MPs representing this group of citizens. These MPs, most likely to be called e-MPs, will be nominated by Twitter and Facebook users through a public poll and would represent the groups respectively.
After disabling accounts of many with surname “Chutia” who were perfectly normal persons from Assam, Facebook has gone a step ahead in controlling offensive material online and has deactivated accounts of thousands of users named “Digvijay Singh”. Facebook has erroneously put “Digvijay Singh” in the same category as “Chutia” and banned it for being offensive. A group of persons named Digvijay Singh has now come forward and taken up this issue with Facebook.
A model, who featured in the last year’s Rajnigandha Gutkha swimsuit calendar, uploaded at least six photographs of herself posing nude on the so-called social networking site Google Plus, but her act failed to create any ripple as no one, not even any Times of India journalist, noticed the pictures. The model, Sherlyn Pandey, has decided to sue her social media consultancy firm for this embarrassment.
Praveen is on verge of losing his job as he couldn’t wish his manager on his birthday today. Praveen was the only one in the office who had no idea why a cake had been ordered in the office, and he happened to ask the question to Ankit, his boss and the birthday boy of the day. A curious Praveen was left crestfallen when he realized the faux pas he had committed.
Millions of peace loving people around world were outraged when Rovio Mobile, the developers of the video game Angry Birds, announced the arrival of a new angry bird – the white dove. The white dove, with an olive branch in its beak, is the life time ambassador of peace, but the latest version of the game will see the docile bird fighting it out with greedy pigs.