articles by Govind Krishnan V


#MeToo: Accusations against men can’t be construed as guilt; calculus of probability should account for innocence

The MeToo discourse should recognise gradations of reliability; of first and third person accounts, anonymous testimonies etc.


Cambridge Analytica row: India unhurt by breach but lack of data protection makes it a sitting duck for future attacks

While no one can confirm whether Cambridge Analytica did indeed pitch to the Congress and JD(U) in July, it seems clear enough that nothing came of it. But in the future, we have to formulate and implement rigorous data protection laws