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Jun 20, 2018
Uttar Pradesh Police recruitment exam: Syndicate using sealant to bluff biometric attendance system busted, 49 arrestedIn a major crackdown against a syndicate, 49 people were arrested for allegedly aiding cheating through hi-tech devices such as spy-mics, and placing "solvers" impersonating the aspirants.
Jun 18, 2018
Online abuse of women: Victim shaming, complicated legal procedures force female internet users to suffer in silenceMany cyber abuse victims said complaints about misuse of pictures on social media are not taken seriously, even by their peers, with many trivialising their experience, which only adds to their misery.
Jun 07, 2018
WCD ministry's proposed amendments to IRWA Act limited, leave much to be desired; are they too little too late?Can the WCD ministry's proposed amendments to IRWA ACT curb online hate-mongering against women or are they too little too late?
May 08, 2018
Online abuse of women driven by misogyny, apathetic policing of internet; time to look beyond legal recourse for solutionFaceless trolls revel in the apathetic policing on the online space, where the focus area is on cyber-terrorism, and online abuse of women takes a backseat.
Apr 30, 2018
India's 'let's ban it' approach to anything that makes it uncomfortable online is a violation of human rightsThe startling instances of Internet shutdowns put these initiatives in jeopardy and severely hamper freedom of expression and speech online.
Apr 18, 2018
Aadhaar Hearings: Counsel argues that Aadhaar is more secure than a data protection law, SC disagreesThe Bench, while discussing apprehensions of misuse of data, observed that a blinkered view of reality could not be taken while dealing with Aadhaar.
Mar 30, 2018
Long-term capital gains tax, other Budget proposals to kick in on 1 AprilOther tax proposals like the reduced corporate tax of 25 percent on businesses logging a turnover of up to Rs 250 crore will come into effect from 1 April.
Jan 08, 2018
Aadhaar data breach: The Tribune and its reporter acted in public interest, they should cooperate with investigationThe Tribune may have placed their faith in the fact that they were acting in the public interest when they broke the story about the purported flaw in the Aadhaar programme. But the UIDAI response was to file a First Information Report (FIR) against The Tribune on the same day. This though, is understandable, given the peculiar facts of The Tribune's expose.
Jan 07, 2018
UIDAI files FIR against The Tribune, reporter Rachna Khaira for Aadhaar data breach storyThe UIDAI has registered an FIR against The Tribune and its reporter Rachna Khiara for publishing a news report claiming a breach in Aadhaar data
Dec 28, 2017
Will Uber case verdict in European Union prompt authorities to make all e-commerce companies more responsible?E-commerce portals have been smugly shrugging off their responsibilities over the quality of products and services offered by those on their portal, their tax and legal liability for violation of intellectual property rights (IPR) including trademark