MENLO PARK, Calif. (Diya TV) — WhatsApp is suing the Indian government over a new internet law, forcing the company to make users messages traceable.  Experts say the law would compel the California-based Facebook unit to break privacy protections.

Leaders with the Hindu American Foundation say Pakistan’s government is blocking their website from being viewed in that country and also threatening millions of dollars in fines. HAF says they created a post commemorating the Bengali Hindu genocide of 1971, highlighting the military’s role. But Pakistani officials say it puts them in a bad light and is demanding the content be removed. HAF is an American based nonprofit and refusing to comply.

And Indian American CEO Anjali Sud has taken video sharing platform Vimeo public with its stock market debut. It’s now trading on the Nasdaq exchange under ticker symbol VMEO.  The 37 year old executive joins a growing list of Indian American CEOs now leading publicly traded companies. 

Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.