Most of the targeted are either rival politicians or critics of the government
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Only until recently were Indian citizens forced into downloading Aarogya Setu under fear of arrest. However, without data protection laws, the government in cahoots with private entities will still be able to do whatever it wishes under the guise of national security.
The pandemic could shape how critical IT services are delivered forever.
TikTok opens Indian data centre in wake of accusations of hosting pornographers and sexual predators
India has become TikTok's most prized and fastest growing market and one that it cannot afford to lose, hence the announcement that it will set up a local data centre.
OPINION: While both the Congress and the BJP are claiming the judgement to be victories, critics hail it for ultimately reining in the aspirations of what they call a growing surveillance state.
Part-comic, part-disturbing, this online spectacle is just another event underlining the India government's disdain for any meaningful dialogue on issues of data security.
Opinion: The law is imminent, but critics fear the committee responsible for its architecture may be too partial to the flawed and unconstitutional universal ID program, called Aadhaar, which has made sharing private information by and large mandatory.
Unemployed youth in Jamtara in the state of Jharkhand have hoodwinked millions of Indians across the length and breadth of the country.
Using electricity-reliant technology in the hinterland is just one big problem amongst many say observers. But the government doesn't seem to care.
If the tender is successful, it could be a disaster for the privacy of Indian citizens.