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1. We Can Now Build Autonomous Killing Machines. And That’s a Very, Very Bad Idea, Rober McMillan, WIRED. 2. Blocking online porn: who should make Constitutional decisions about freedom of speech?, Chinmayi Arun, Scroll.in. 3. Office Puts Microchips Under Employees' Skin, Luke Karmali, IGN. 4. ...
[Image Source: http://flic.kr/p/jyCqcH] The rapid influx of technology has in recent times forced various firms to revamp their respective business models. The taxi industry is no exception. In this blog post, I will discuss the Delhi government’s ban on Uber cabs and the issue of its compliance...
1) The great Internet swindle: ever get the feeling you've been cheated? Jon Henley, The Guardian. 2) Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with e-mails and photos at risk, Ian Sample, The Guardian. 3) Can Twitter fix its harassment problems without losing its soul? Rachel Metz, MIT Technology...
1) Defining Offensive: SC reserves verdict on pleas against 66A of IT Act, First Post. 2) Net Neutrality activists score landmark victory in fight to govern the Internet, Dominic Rushe, The Guardian. 3) Snapdeal has just been taken to court for selling vibrators, Manu Balachandran, Quartz India. 4...
For the first time since the Investigatory Powers Tribunal’s (IPT) establishment in 2000, a complaint against a UK intelligence agency has been upheld. The IPT, which oversees Britain’s secret agencies, is one of its most secretive and deferential courts. In a judgment last week, the IPT announced...
1) Anatomy of a Hack, Russell Brandom, The Verge. 2) Documentary on 2012 Delhi gang rape banned in India, Nikita Doval, Live Mint. 3) Opinion: The FCC's Net Neutrality victory is anything but, Geoffrey A. Manne, Wired. 4) Facebook post written in Florida lands US man in United Arab Emirates jail...
1. Dot wants to be the Wikipedia of location mapping, Napier Lopez, TheNextWeb. 2. Hardware Designs Should be Made Free: Here's How to Do It, Richard Stallman, WIRED. 3. Humans: The Next Platform, Geoffrey Woo, TechCrunch. 4. Huxley to Orwell: My Hellish Vision of the Future is Better Than Yours...
Last week, the Supreme Court of India in its judgment in the case of Shreya Singhal and Ors. v Union of India has decreed S. 66A of the Information Technology Act unconstitutional in its entirety, and at the same drastically restricted the ambit of Ss. 69A and 79 by reading into them the...
The concept of ‘intermediary liability’ in all its nuances, as I have written before, is one of the bulwarks of the internet as we know it, including one of the aspects of it that we all know and love – the power it gives to each and every individual to exercise their right to free speech. In fact...
1) Facebook's Internet.Org is a privacy nightmare, Nikhil Pahwa,  Medianama. 2) How ICANN pressures net engineers to give it behind-the-scenes control of the web, Kieren McCarthy, The Register. 3) Appearing happy on Facebook may be used against you in a court of law, Amanda Hess, Slate. 4)...

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