Thursday, October 18, 2018
Internet Governance

Internet Governance

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Analysis of Facebook’s Government Request Report for 2015 H2.  Facebook recently released its Government Request Report for second half of 2015 (July – December). This...

Store in India: Making India the Data Hub of the World

There are valuable lessons to draw from best practices worldwide when it comes to leveraging India’s potential as the Data hub of Asia initially...

Equal Access or Equitable Access?

Public policy analysts were still deciphering the consultation paper on ‘Free Data’ released by TRAI when the new ‘pre-consultation’ paper on ‘Net Neutrality’ was...

What’s up with the Encryption?

Last week Supreme Court dismissed a public interest litigation seeking to ban messaging applications like WhatsApp that use end to end encryption to secure...

The state of data infrastructure in India

By Ranjeet Rane, Contributing Editor, The Dialogue By the end of 2016, India will have 400 million internet users. This number took a decade to...

Contours of India Data Infrastructure Policy

In the first post on this topic we discussed the state of India’s Data infrastructure, highlighting the fact that in its present form this...

Why Digital India took on Facebook and won

February marked a significant event in the life of Digital India, in a country that is home to more than 400 million internet users. The Telecom...

Here is how NITI Aayog’s boost will help technologies shape Digital...

NITI Aayog has approved trials of disruptive tech to push broadband connectivity under Digital India. Among the many ambitious programs launched by the present NDA...

Is Technology Disrupting Healthcare to Solve Chronic Challenges?

Globally, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries are facing tremendous challenges like high cost, low access, little price transparency, weak R&D pipeline, questionable Fixed Dose Combinations,...

Open health data in India: Finally a reality?

A major challenge faced in tracking progress across health and nutrition sectors is the unavailability of timely and quality data. In light of the...

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