Clearly, in the world’s largest democracy, nobody is underestimating the power of social media.
By Jitender Dabas By the time you read this, India would have moved ever c As the elections creep closer, scrutiny is back on social media , as the Election Commission looks to issue guidelines to these companies.
Friend invites from have-nots (it could be your canteen boy or domestic help) are their attempt to gain access to your world.
But more than the impact on the outcome of the election, the graver threat is going to be to the social fabric of our society.
From people’s Facebook walls and their Twitter timelines to family WhatsApp groups, everything runs the risk of becoming more unpleasant in the coming months.One way to attain happiness these days, so everybody seems to suggest, is by quitting social media.