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#India – There is a need to dismantle the UID Project, the NPR, the CMS, #Aadhaar

  India’s IT Min of State Milind Deora’s Thinks The CMS (India’s PRISM) Is “A Good Tool”           By Nikhil Pahwa on Jun 11th, 2013  |  medianama.com       Milind Deora, India’s Minister of State for IT… Continue Reading →

#India Surfers- Soon govt will know what you surfed in 24 hrs #WTFnews

Be warned: Soon govt will know what you surfed yesterday by FP Editors May 25, 2013 A report in BusinessLine today informs us that the government wants to keep track of where you go on your internet travels, and is planning to make it compulsory… Continue Reading →

Mumbai Police Is Checking What You’re Downloading #Privacy

By Nikhil Pahwa on Apr 3rd, 2013  |    http://www.medianama.com Mumbai Police has set up a Social Media lab, along with team of cyber experts, and with the help of ISPs, is conducting random checks on content that is being downloaded from certain… Continue Reading →

FBI Pursuing Real- Time Gmail Spying Powers as “Top Priority” for 2013 #privacy

By Ryan Gallagher For now, law enforcement has trouble monitoring Gmail communications in real time Image courtesy Google Despite the pervasiveness of law enforcement surveillance of digital communication, the FBI still has a difficult time monitoring Gmail, Google Voice, and Dropbox… Continue Reading →

Quashing Dissent: Where National Security and Commercial Media Converge #FOE #FOS

Vol – XLVIII No. 09, March 02, 2013 | Sukumar Muralidharan, EPW   Constitutional guarantees of freedom of speech and expression in India today, seem a distant, almost illusory promise when the politics of the street — and a loud and seriously… Continue Reading →

Indian net service providers too play #censorship tricks

T. Ramachandran,KOCHI, February 9, 2013 The study by a Canadian university has found that some major Indian ISPs have deployed web-censorship and filtering technology. Your internet service provider (ISP) could be blocking some content. A study conducted by a Canadian… Continue Reading →

Online #censorship: How government should approach regulation of speech

2 Dec, 2012, 06.21AM IST,  ET If the government’s answer to ‘bad’ online content is more censorship, more surveillance and more regulation, then they are doing it wrong. By: Sunil Abraham Why is there a constant brouhaha in India about… Continue Reading →

Leak reveals EU’s plans for Large-Scale Surveillance of Communications

21 September, 2012 » Compulsory Identification | Internet Blocking | Notice & take-down | Privacy | Access to information | Freedom to publish | Freedom of speech | Wiretapping This article is also available in: Deutsch: CleanIT – Pläne zur Überwachung des Internets im großen Stil  A leaked document from the CleanIT project shows just… Continue Reading →

Internet blocks, freedom of expression and reasonable restrictions

  Nikhil Pahwa, of  http://www.medianama.com/ writes on FB Four points I made yesterday at the FICCI organized meeting with the IT Secretary R. Chandrashekhar and CERT-in Head Gulshan Rai on IT Rules, Internet blocks, freedom of expression and reasonable restrictions  (from my… Continue Reading →

Who ordered Vimeo to be blocked? Not DoT, says RTI reply #censorship

Published: Wednesday, Jun 13, 2012, 11:18 IST By Subir Ghosh | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA The ire of hacktivist group Anonymous that was directed at the government over blocking of sites like vimeo.com and Pirate Bay may not have been justified –… Continue Reading →

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