Fair warning: ACAT works only on PCs running Windows 7 or higher.
People have till August 20 to comment on the draft bill, criticised by many as compromising privacy rights.
One of the documents even goes as far as to “highlight [AT&T’s] extreme willingness to help with NSA’s SIGINT and Cyber missions”.
While the movement in March elicited surprise from observers for being so passionate and widespread, it drew flak soon after for projecting net neutrality as a monolithic entity devoid of gray areas.
The judge was keen to protect consumers from so-called “speculative invoicing”, where copyright owners send offers to settle claims for grossly disproportionate amounts.
For developing countries, universal Internet access has become a checkbox that must be ticked as they move toward a more developed future. Sadly, ‘abstract’ notions such as online privacy are of no immediate concern to them.
The government remains evasive on the question of whether it will implement a privacy law safeguarding the information it collects from its citizens.
Stampede at Jharkhand temple kills 11 A stampede occurred near a Durga temple at Belabagan, 350 kilometres from Ranchi at 5 am on Monday. Devotees who were trying to break the queue caused a commotion, which led to the stampede. The injured are currently being treated at a nearby hospital. Chief […]
Person who rewrote Nehru page also edited entry for Nihal Chand, Minister in Modi Cabinet.
ISPs are set to approach the Ministry of Communications and IT and seek definitions of pornography in general and child pornography in particular.
The moral paternalism implicit in the government’s order blocking access to 857 websites is what makes it a naïve and simplistic response to a genuine problem
The DoT says it draws its authority to block sites from Section 79(3)(b) of the Information Technology Act 2000 and Article 19(2) of the Constitution, as the department claims the contents relate to questions of “morality, decency”.
The open letter urges the UN to support a ban on offensive autonomous weapons systems
The following is the note of dissent submitted by Usha Ramanathan, a researcher, advocate and dissenting member of the committee that drafted the Human DNA Profiling Bill. The Wire published a criticism of the Bill on July 24, 2015. The committee was put together by the Department of […]
Three grenade attacks create panic, but public opinion stays in favour of continuation of services
If Moore’s Law does continue for just two or three more decades, typical handheld devices may well exceed the human brain in intelligence
The DoT report is contradictory, endorsing the principle of net neutrality while sacrificing it at the altar of a ‘level playing field’ for telecom companies
TRAI is under pressure to implement what appears to be a set of amenable suggestions on net neutrality from the DoT
It’s unsettling that the Indian government is seen to be in cahoots with a company that feeds on the persistence of human rights violations around the world
DigiLocker provides each user with 10 MB of storage space on the web to store files and share them as well as makes for a hub on which to access various government documents
A new policy document from ICANN asks if it can eliminate private domain registrations