This article analyses the controversy around the National Emergency Library and the Open Library initiatives of the Internet Archive, arguing for the case of improved access to knowledge through liberal interpretation of Copyright laws for digital lending.
This article seeks to explore the challenges faced by TikTok primarily in the domain of content moderation and analyses the attempts made by the platform in this regard. The need for a comprehensive regulatory framework greatly reflects the growing need to address the complexities posed by such challenges.
This article gives an overview of Digital Taxation regime in India and speculates possible agendas in relation to its geopolitical concerns with regard to the necessary global consensus on a digital tax.
The Bharat Bill Payment System generates and collects large scales of identifiable information. This article discusses the privacy concerns surrounding this platform.
The article discusses the potential of Deepfakes to spread misinformation in a digital age and calls for legislative action to combat it.
Privacy advocates are shouting Mission creep over Uk’s Contact Tracing App. From America’s NSA surveillance concerns in 2010s to Aarogya Setu in 2020, read why mission creep is a concern for our privacy.
The Article discusses the Internet speed situation in Kashmir and argues why it needs to be resolved, citing the rights related to intersection of information, health and internet during a global pandemic and otherwise. It further talks about how access to internet helps in tackling misinformation, especially during a global pandemic.