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The photo transfer tool will come with support for Google Photos in its initial phase. It is rolling out today and will be first available to people in Ireland, with worldwide availability in the first half of 2020.

TikTok ranks at number three when it comes to the most downloaded non-gaming app of the year. WhatsApp continues to be the top app, followed by Messenger, Facebook, and Instagram at second, fourth, and fifth spot respectively.

TechCrunch spotted the option called Shortcut Bar Settings to remove tabs from the navigation bar, such as Marketplace, Watch, Groups, Event, Profile, News Friend Requests, Today In, and Gaming and Dating. There's also an option to mute the annoying red notification dots.

The messaging platform said that it had reached out to the people who were targetted but declined to reveal the identities and "exact number" of those who were targeted.

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Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, representing the Central government, however, said that it is in the process of framing the rules to make social media intermediaries responsible for sharing information with government agencies and strongly objected to the allegation that it is a ploy to trample upon the privacy rights of citizens.

Upadhyay, through his petition, sought a direction to the Centre to deactivate the duplicate and fake social media accounts in order to control fake and paid news.

The two logos were designed three years apart and Current claims it started using its logo in August 2016 while Facebook's logo for Calibra was revealed earlier this year in June.

The company had said that more than 27 corporate partners -- including Visa, Mastercard and companies like Uber -- had pledged to support the project.

The NDRF has deployed 19 teams in 14 districts of Bihar and has evacuated more than 4,000 people including women, patients, children and elderly and shifted them to the safer places.