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Internet Digest: Google, Freecharge, BSE accelerator and The Viral Fever


Freecharge virtual cards hit half a million activations 

Payments platform Freecharge says that it has hit 500,000 activations of  Freecharge Go, the company’s virtual cards launched with Yes Bank and Mastercard. The company launched the product 10 days ago. Freecharge Go is linked with the Freecharge wallet and will be accepted at offline stores in the coming months. Users can log into their FreeCharge accounts and generate the Go card, add money to it and use it for all online transactions.

BSE launches an incubator for startups

BSE Institute, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bombay Stock Exchange, has launched a new accelerator for startups. The new initiative will be situated at PJ Towers in Mumbai. The accelerator is setup in collaboration with Ryerson Futures Inc (Toronto) the technical arm of Ryerson University from Ontario, Canada. It will focus on scalable, technology start-ups for both enterprises and consumers.

The Viral Fever premieres more shows

Web series creator The Viral Fever will be launching the second season of its series Permanent Roommates on Valentines Day (when else would you launch a rom-com, really?). The company is also launched another show in association with dating app Tinder called “Eat, Pray…Swipe | Tinder Qtiyapa!”. The episodes are available on  The Viral Fever’s video on demand service TVFPlay.com. A teaser of the video will be released on the Tinder app as well.

Google will blocking deceptive download buttons

Google announced on its blog that it will be blocking websites which use deceptive content like fake download buttons that appear right next to the real download button. Note that this will be only available on the desktop version of Chrome. Google will also be targeting pop-ups which claim that phones are affected by malware. The blocking will occur via Google’s Safe Browsing tech. In November 2015, Google started blocking sites that used “social engineering attacks” to get you to install unwanted software or reveal sensitive information. “If visitors to your web site consistently see social engineering content, Google Safe Browsing may warn users when they visit the site. If your site is flagged for containing social engineering content, you should troubleshoot with Search Console,” Google added on the blog.

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