A ‘Feminist’ Server to Help People Own Their Own Data
Feminist servers could help people own and manage their own data while empowering vulnerable communities to create and store their knowledge. What is a feminist server, and can everyone own their own server?
Up Close: The Under-Recognised Role of Maharashtra’s Education Department Officers
This is the first in a three-part series in collaboration with Leadership For Equity (LFE) highlighting the challenges and needs, administrative and technological, of...
How Does Facebook Influence India’s Democracy?
How exactly was Facebook influencing Indian elections? What are the systems the company has in place to fight manipulated spread, and are they effective?
Going All Out for AI: How Reliance’s Acquisition of Addverb Impacts the Future of...
Reliance has always been a key player in capitalising the modern Indian market. It has been keenly eyeing developments that compliment and compete against...
#JustTech: Let’s Co-Create Technology to Build Legal Solutions For Vulnerable Communities
How can collaborative legal technology building improve solutions for vulnerable communities?
What Instagram Does in the Shadows
Social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter suppress content visibility through shadowbanning. How does this impact free speech and user experience?
Building India’s Web 3.0 Gaming Industry
How is the Web 3.0 Gaming industry growing in India? What are the challenges it faces? And what potential does this hold for India and its citizens?
Tough Gig: Why It’s Time To Relook Swiggy and Zomato’s Business Models
Amidst the high demand for food delivery, Swiggy and Zomato are facing a shortage of delivery partners. Is this part of a bigger problem with their business models? What needs to change to ensure their continued success?
Decoding the Future of Stablecoins
Why did stablecoins crash in early May 2022? How has this affected Indian investors’ sentiment about stablecoins and cryptocurrencies? And what does this mean for regulation in the Indian cryptocurrency domain?
Do You Have The Right to be Forgotten?
What exactly is the Right to be Forgotten? Who is responsible for realising this right? And is the Indian legal system evolved enough to implement this?