Amazon confirmed winning government approval for its plan to sell food products, but it declined to provide further details.
If the aggressive anti-rights stand of the government in the Aadhaar case triumphs, the march towards an authoritarian state will be swift.
An unprecedented global cyber attack that infected computers in 150 countries has unleashed a new wave of criticism of the US National Security Agency.
US tech firms have been among the more vocal sectors speaking out against the policy, with many of its staff made up of foreign-born nationals.
Self-censorship by Amazon comes at a time when the company is worrying about regulatory and legal obstacles on the e-commerce front in India and when our political atmosphere is going through a particularly prickly phase.
On Wednesday, the founder of Microsoft had described demonetisation as a “bold move” and an “important step” in moving away from a shadow economy.
With the rise of information technology, how does the law keep up with another frontier, the datasphere, and control it efficiently?
Beyond his well-known love for the city, Naidu needs to deliver an important political message to those inhabitants of Hyderabad whose origins lie in Andhra Pradesh – ‘I am around to take care of you, don’t be worried’.
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Using free software is now, more than ever, a political and ethical statement – especially as Silicon Valley looks to India.
The film reveals the now and how of offensive cyber operations and intelligence gathering, which requires the active support, even connivance, of the private sector.
The DoT is undertaking an internal audit of just how much spectrum is up for grabs, while the telecom regulator may kick off a consultation process in the coming months.
The court has directed the Centre to work with experts to find solutions to prevent this clear legal violation.
It’s far more useful to compare the LinkedIn deal to the company’s 2011 acquisition of Skype – and how it was trying to solve the future of work and enterprise collaboration – than to bring up the failed Nokia strategy.
Free speech advocates expressed concern that the EU code of conduct would pressure companies to overcomply and remove lawful content out of an abundance of caution.
The massive data-driven governance project brings focus on the efficiency of government schools, data privacy and the role of Aadhaar in technology-driven development.
Smith announced that Microsoft was suing the Department of Justice for the right to inform its customers when the government is reading their emails.
Under the terms of a new deal, a Deutsche Telekom subsidiary will hold Microsoft customer data in “trust” in Germany, thus putting it out of reach of US government subpoenas
One year after closure of the Nokia factory in Sriperumbudur, it is not clear that the government has learned any lessons from the failure of that celebrated manufacturing venture.