Blizzard’s servers are experiencing issues third time in a week that is keeping players offline but this time, the publisher has revealed this is the result of a distributed denial-of-service cyber attack.
In a tweet, Poodle Corp said it would release Blizzard's servers if 2,000 retweets were met.
Delhi High Court, while hearing the public interest litigation against the messaging service, asked to submit it's response regarding the complaint to state whether it's new policy is violating the right to privacy.
The court sought clarity from Whats App and Facebook on data sharing pact between the two multimillion corporations.
Earlier the court had issued notice to the Centre seeking its response.
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India informed the High Court that the government has no jurisdiction over the independent messaging service Whats App.
Representing the messaging service Whats App in India, Senior Counsel Siddharth Luthra has stated in front of the High Court that the service provides end to end encryption, a service that is only to ensure safety of data shared, under which only phone number and name is shared with it's new parent organisation, Facebook.
No data shared between users is retained by Whatsapp.
The company has been asked to file an affidavit for the same by September 14.