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The matter was listed for framing of issues on, three months ago, The phone runs the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, It went from 19 per cent to 84 per cent in just under an hour and a half.Maybe that has influenced a little bit his game in the second set,re young, Teran-Garcia added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Updated: September 25 2016 8:50 am WhatsApp had in August announced changes in its privacy policy following its acquisition by Facebook Top News In a significant ruling related to privacy on social media the Delhi High Court today directed Internet messaging service WhatsApp to delete all data and information of all users from its servers up until September 25 when its new privacy policy comes into effect A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal observed that it was “always open to the existing users of WhatsApp who do not want their information to be shared with Facebook to opt for deletion of their accounts” and has directed WhatsApp to delete all data/information/details on their servers of all users until September 25 for both the users who choose to delete the application as well as those who retain the application on their mobile phones Information shared via WhatsApp messenger after September 25 will be allowed to be shared as per the new policy The directions were issued while disposing of the PIL to block sharing of information between WhatsApp and Facebook Imperial College London student Karmanya Singh Sareen and Amity Law College student Shreya Sethi had moved the high court in the PILcontending that WhatsApp’s policy “severely compromises the rights of its users and makes the privacy rights of users completely vulnerable” WhatsApp had in August announced changes in its privacy policy following its acquisition by Facebook The new policy has said that account information of users would be shared with Facebook after September 25 “If users opt for deleting the WhatsApp account before 25/09/2016 the information/data/details of such users should be deleted completely from WhatsApp servers and the same shall not be shared with Facebook or any group companies” directed the bench adding that “as far as users who opt to remain in WhatsApp are concerned the existing information/data/details of such users upto 25/09/2016 shall not be shared with Facebook or any one of its group companies” The new policy gives users the option to “opt out” of sharing information with Facebook “for marketing purposes” but says that “undelivered messages” will be retained for 30 days and “media messages” where a large number of people may be sharing a “popular picture or video” could be retained for a longer period Observing that there is currently no regulatory framework for Internet based Messaging services such as WhatsApp the Delhi High court directed the Central government and Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to “consider the issues regarding functioning if internet messaging applications like WhatsApp and take a decision at the earliest as to whether it is feasible to bring the same under statutory regulatory framework” The court however declined to pass orders to block the change in privacy policy on the grounds that the issue cannot be taken up by the High court as the messaging service was not violating any rules or laws The 15-page judgment has taken note of the privacy policy submitted by WhatsApp “Users cannot contend that the company shall be compelled to continue with the same terms of service” observed the bench The court said that while the issue relating to existence of the Right to Privacy as an actionable right was still pending before the Supreme Court the privacy policy submitted by WhatsApp has made it clear that all information relating to a user would be deleted if the user chooses to delete their whatsApp Account at any time The Central government through standing counsel Kirtiman Singh told the court that Internet messaging applications had “not yet been brought within the purview of statutory regulatory framework” and the process of creating such a framework had started in March 2015 Senior advocate Pratibha M Singh who represented the two petitioners in the PIL said that the “path breaking order” upholds privacy For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: July 12 2017 9:54 pm Children who carried a specific virus belonging to the ‘Circoviridae family’ were found less likely to develop diabetes than those who carried members of a different group of viruses (Source: File Photo) Top News Your child’s chances of developing Type I diabetes may depend on the diversity of viruses present in his or her intestines researchers say Type 1 diabetes is a chronic autoimmune disease in which one’s own immune system destroys the cells needed to control blood-sugar levels requiring daily insulin injections and continual monitoring The study showed that children whose gut viral communities are less diverse are more likely to generate self-destructive antibodies that can lead to Type 1 diabetes Further children who carried a specific virus belonging to the ‘Circoviridae family’ were found less likely to develop diabetes than those who carried members of a different group of viruses On the other hand differences were found in a group of viruses called bacteriophages that infect bacteria in the gut not human cells Children carrying bacteriophages that target Bacteroides species — one of the major groups of intestinal bacteria — were more likely to start down the path toward diabetes the researchers said “We identified one virus that was significantly associated with reduced risk and another group of viruses that was associated with increased risk of developing antibodies against the children’s own cells” said Herbert “Skip” Virgin IV Professor at the Washington University in St Louis For the study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the team analysed the viruses in 22 children who carried genes that put them at high risk of developing the disease The results showed that children who went on to take a first step toward diabetes had fewer and a narrower range of viruses than those who did not “There are many autoimmune diseases that are much more common these days It could be that we’ve made ourselves unhealthy by not having the right viruses in our virome” Virgin said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News Navi Mumbai.

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