Weakening encryption technology has serious implications on privacy and security. What are the workarounds to breaking end-to-end encryption?
The Draft Data Protection Bill is holding social media platforms hostage by risking their safe harbour protections. It also risks the privacy and freedom of speech that users are entitled to.
Not every citizen or institution is surveilled in the same manner, or for the same reasons. Categorising government surveillance into ‘Big Fish’, ‘Small Fish’, and ‘Dark Modes’ outlines how each type of surveillance seriously damages India's democracy.
Just because the government's proposal to link Aadhaar and voter IDs sees no allocation in the 2022-23 Union Budget doesn't mean that there are no costs to these plans.
Why does the government want to link your Aadhaar with the electoral roll? How does this affect the logistics of elections, and what challenges are on the horizon?
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?
With India yet to pass a citizen-centric data protection law, could this cost our trade ties with privacy-centric economies?
In India, is Clubhouse the Utopian melting pot of ideas and speech it seems to be in other parts of the world? We spoke to six young, urban, English-speaking Indian professionals to find out.