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Srinath Sridharan | Shashidhar KJ
April 16, 2021
With the government unwilling to foot the bill on digital transactions and no viable business model for banks, there are no incentives for banks to maintain the UPI infrastructure


Manas Tiwari
New Delhi, January 11, 2021
WhatsApp has found itself in hot water after updating its policies that list down how the platform plans to collect and share data with other Facebook companies but leaves users with little option to decide what information they want to give access too.


Manas Tiwari
New Delhi, January 8, 2021
New WhatsApp policies are mandatory to accept if you want to continue using the app.Just the fact that users are left with limited options is scary. The details are scarier.


BusinessToday.In
July 30, 2020
PUBG Corporation, in terms of sharing user information, stated that they use third parties to provide cloud services for data backup, support ticketing, and fraud detection are prohibited from storing, using or sharing users' data


Abraham C. Mathews
New Delhi, July 22, 2020
One of the most fundamental of our rights is the presumption that we are law-abiding citizens living in compliance with the law. State surveillance turns that on its head


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, July 8, 2020
As central banks look at digital currencies, this emerging technology will soon be hard to ignore


Nidhi Singal
New Delhi, June 24, 2020
From smartphones doubling up as room keys to real-time data access for staff to new solutions for cleaner air, technology is transforming the hospitality sector


Rukmini Rao
May 27, 2020
For organisations such as Software Freedom Law Center, India, Internet Freedom Foundation and other individuals who have been vocal about opening up of the source code, it is just a partial win


Reuters
New Delhi, May 14, 2020
Like many apps being rolled out around the world, Aarogya Setu uses Bluetooth signals on smartphones to record when people come in close contact with one another, so that contacts can be quickly alerted when a person tests positive for COVID-19


Reuters
May 14, 2020
It mimics China's health QR code system with a feature that rates a person's likely health status with a green, orange or red colours, signifying whether the individual is safe, at high risk or a carrier of the virus


Reuters
May 9, 2020
Engineers have done preliminary work and talked to smartphone operating system makers Apple Inc and Google about possibly adopting technology the companies plan to release jointly this month to make tracing easier


Ankit Kumar
New Delhi, May 6, 2020
India is increasingly making Aarogya Setu app, a contact-tracing app, mandatory for people. But there are privacy and safety concerns. We take a look at how Aarogya Setu app works and how other countries are doing it.


BusinessToday.In
May 6, 2020
Coronavirus in India live updates: Home Affairs Secretary Ajay Bhalla has chided West Bengal for inadequate COVID-19 testing and highest mortality rate among states; Maharashtra remains the worst-hit state, followed by Gujarat and Delhi


Rukmini Rao
May 4, 2020
Legal experts say Home Ministry's decision to make the app mandatory lacks legislative backing to impose criminal or civil liability on employers over non-compliance


Shubham Verma
New Delhi, March 30, 2020
Zoom has surged in terms of adoption worldwide since the corporate world switches to work from home amid lockdown.


Prasanna Mohanty
December 17, 2019
While providing safeguards for data privacy, the bill takes these away for the central government for a wide range of reasons - from protecting the sovereignty and integrity of India to maintaining public order - with an assurance that procedures, safeguards and oversight mechanism for such breaches would be provided in future


Gopal Krishna
August 30, 2019
Notably, a Personal Data Protection (Draft) Bill, was presented to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, by the Committee of Experts under the Chairmanship of Justice B. N. Srikrishna, on July 27, 2018. By now it is quite evident that this exercise was/is part of government's manifestly insincere argument in the court and an exercise in sophistry to get favourable order from the Court


PTI
January 22, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 8, 2018
Facebook has not disclosed how many Indian users have been impacted in the breach as it is still investigating the matter.


PTI
October 3, 2018



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