Digital Surveillance

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WhatsApp hacking case brings to the fore insecurity among human rights activists, lawyers and journalists
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WhatsApp hacking case brings to the fore insecurity among human rights activists, lawyers and journalists

In India, 121 WhatsApp users were targeted with NSO spyware, the messaging service said in a recent letter to the government

How the online space for women is in a crisis and what needs to be done about it
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How the online space for women is in a crisis and what needs to be done about it

As we celebrate Women’s Day, the online space is still a hostile environment for many women.

Asserting control over data by enforcing data localisation policies is wrong
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Asserting control over data by enforcing data localisation policies is wrong

But for democracies, like India or the US, data localisation is altogether the wrong approach to law enforcement in digital society.

Privacy is dead: Stop whining and get some real work done
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Privacy is dead: Stop whining and get some real work done

Enough of the rabble rousers who are flogging the usual horse of rights and liberties. Privacy in the digital world requires an integrated policy thought process that is long-term and robust

Devendra Fadnavis announces Mumbai surveillance project, to install 6,000 CCTVs
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Devendra Fadnavis announces Mumbai surveillance project, to install 6,000 CCTVs

Asserting that digital intervention will help increase efficiency in policing, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said the Mumbai city surveillance project of installation of over 6,000 CCTVs would be completed before the 26/11 terror attacks anniversary next year.