Rishab Bailey, April 22, 2013
Recent news reports showing that the National Intelligence Agency is using a Gmail ID to solicit public assistance (in the course of active investigations related to the Hyderabad bomb blasts of February 21st) exposes the callous attitude of our authorities towards national security and in particular data security norms.?
Prabir Purkayastha, February 20, 2013
Dan Schiller, February 8, 2013
The geopolitics of the Internet broke open during the first half of December at an international conference in Dubai convened by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a UN affiliate agency with 193 national members.
Prabir Purkayastha / NewsClick / December 27, 2012
The recent World Conference on International Telecommunications – WCIT 12 – in Dubai on revising the International Telecommunications Regulations (ITR's) ended quite acrimoniously, with 89 countries signing the new ITR's while the US, Canada, EU and Japan walking out.
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, November 8, 2012
We have already written about the forthcoming International Telecommunications Union's (ITU) conference – World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) – that is being held after 14 years in Dubai.
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, October 26, 2012
There are two forthcoming international events that have created a huge debate on who will control the Internet in the future.
Newsclick Production, October 18, 2012
On the basis of actual media practice, cultural commentator Sadanand Menon evaluates the democratic potential of the Internet and to what extent it can be realised.
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, June 7, 2012
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, 26-March-2012
The recent protests by major websites and online organisations on the threat to Internet from certain proposals of US lawmakers has drawn worldwide attention. Though the US lawmakers talked about of copyright violations, the real thrust was against user generated content.
Newsclick Production, August 6, 2011
Parminder Jeet Singh, director at IT For Change, argues for the need for regulating and governing the Internet for public good by responsible, equitable and democratic global governance structures.