Not often you see Apple going that extra mile to tom-tom its track record on data security. So, is there more to it than meets the eye?
Besides protecting privacy of its citizens, India’s proposed Data Protection Bill aims to create an environment that would restrict dominance of foreign companies and help home-grown startups prosper.
The minister, soon after assuming the charge of IT Ministry, said the data protection bill will be high on priority but did not specify whether it will be taken up in the upcoming Parliament session.
The emergence of ‘big data society’ and its predictive regime of truth based on obscure processes seem to be inadequately regulated by the existing data protection law.
To set better privacy standards, and achieve 'data democracy', Indian leaders will have to acquire real insights, and technological vision, in taming foreign data mercenaries, and in stopping an indigenous one from emerging
As India gets digitised, there is an urgent need for it to be made digitally safe as well. In this regard, some of the developments in 2018 need to be analysed and modified in 2019
While payments companies such as Paytm and PhonePe had supported the central bank's move, many requested relaxations and others said they were not in favour of the move
Sharma put up his Aadhaar number on Twitter on being challenged by a user, who was unconvinced of the security apparatus in place to protect personal information