Tracing Traceability: Why Weakening Encryption Threatens Privacy and Free Speech
Weakening encryption technology has serious implications on privacy and security. What are the workarounds to breaking end-to-end encryption?
A Brief History of Identification in India
Research by Isha Malaviya Edited & Presented by Sumit Krishna Yadav The politics of identity has long plagued the globe and India is no exception to...
Technically Speaking, How Important is the PDP Bill for India? with Yashovardhan Azad
Hosted by Sourya Reddy Edited by Nidhi Rejithlal The Personal Data Protection Bill (PDP), 2019, was tabled in the Parliament in the winter session of 2019....
Technically Speaking, Can a Journalist Display Your Whatsapp Conversations on TV?
Yet, when shown on TV, the context is often taken away and our words are left bare for the country to see and more significantly, judge. In this light, we ask Apar Gupta—Executive Director of the Internet Freedom Foundation—can a journalist display your Whatsapp conversations on TV?
Technically Speaking, Why Does Technology Adoption Need to Be Made More Transparent?
Hosted by Swagam Dasgupta Edited by Malavika VN Technology systems, when adopted by the state, come with a host of concerns, that range from individual data...
#JustTech: How Technology Can Help Innovate Justice
How can technological advancement further the cause of justice innovation?
How Technological Interventions Are Creating Opportunities to Foster Professional Development of Maharashtra’s Education Officers
This is the second in a three-part series in collaboration with Leadership For Equity (LFE) highlighting the challenges and needs, administrative and technological, of...
Moving Digital to Phygital: Transforming Last Mile Health Access
Telemedicine is the newest entrant in India’s discourse on healthcare—from medical conferences to startups, one can hear this buzzword word across the spectrum. With several new telemedicine initiatives launched in recent times, it is important that the technology used is simple to use and comprehensive for the target population.
How Can We Hold the State Accountable for its Technology Adoption? With Srinivas Kodali
How can a nation’s citizenry, civil society and research bodies come together to hold the State accountable in order to ensure that these technologies are being adopted in a fair, robust and transparent manner without being misused? Srinivas Kodali—an independent researcher—tells us his thoughts.
How Technology is Aiding Professional Capacity Building in Maharashtra’s Education Officers
This is the final article in the three-part series in collaboration with Leadership For Equity (LFE) highlighting the challenges and needs, administrative and technological,...