The passengers will be seated aboard the New Shepard rocket that has been named after Alan Shepard, the first American in space.
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Barring Twitter, most of the major social media intermediaries have complied with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology’s (MeitY) guidelines on appointing chief compliance officer.
The tech company posted for a Business Development Manager role, who has experience with cryptocurrencies.
After the Indian government asked social media companies to comply with the new IT rules, WhatsApp sued the government while Twitter said it was being intimidated. So, what's brewing? Will social media platforms comply? Will they be banned if they don't?
On Tuesday, WhatsApp moved the Delhi High Court against the new rules announced in February, and said that, it requires it to adopt features like traceability for tracing originators of messages. And that this is against their end-to-end encryption policy with respect to users’ right to privacy under the Indian law. The government however claimed that traceability is required only for "very serious offences".