Governments' efforts to erect new systems of e-governance must not come at the cost of peoples’ capacities to access governance itself.
Compensation for users based on their data points becomes an unnecessary hurdle to cross — mainly because the limitations of such a model would reap more costs than guaranteed benefits.
In what ways has the Indian state been surveilling its own citizens? What are some of the underlying frameworks that enable such surveillance? And will privacy matter enough for citizens to impact who they vote for?
A hybrid model of offline and online proceedings as envisaged in Phase III of the E-Courts project is most suitable for India's judicial system.
With India yet to pass a citizen-centric data protection law, could this cost our trade ties with privacy-centric economies?
Farmers found their hands tied when supply chains froze during the COVID-19 pandemic. As restrictions on movement led to shortages of farm labour, input...
What does a feminist Internet look like and what might it entail in the Indian context? Would the Indian woman be the primary beneficiary of a feminist Internet? If yes, which Indian women benefit from it?
Hosted by Chirag Chinnappa Edited by Manasi Nene In September of this year, the RBI rolled out its mandate for customers to authenticate auto-debit recurring card-based...
It is all-too-convenient to ignore the fact that the little brightly-coloured delivery executive icon riding through the map on our mobile screens is actually a human being who deserves respectable working conditions, at the very least.
For employment platforms like the Kerala Knowledge Economy Mission to cater to Kerala’s unemployed, they require nuanced engagement at the design stage.