Today’s top tech news: WhatsApp won’t tolerate bulk messaging, global tech companies want another shot at the India’s Data Protection Bill and Amazon’s training engineering students to code
- WhatsApp plans to sue individuals and companies that use the messaging platform to send out bulk messages.
- Amazon, Microsoft and other members of the BSA -- the software alliance -- want another round of discussions before India's Personal Security Bill goes to parliament.
- AWS is training students at IIT Kharagpur to write 'smart code'.
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Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft want one more shot at convincing India before data protection bill reaches Parliament
WhatsApp can sue you for sending bulk messages
Amazon Web Services will train IIT Kharagpur students to write 'smart codes'
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