Topic: Privacy

Earlier, Rajasthan Congress leader had allegedly printed and distributed fake NYAY forms in Kota, Rajasthan, another Congress-ruled state
Pritish Nandy 'stole' Masaba's birth certificate and printed in his magazine without Neena Gupta's permission
M L Sharma has been fined and reprimanded by courts several times in the past for his petitions
There have been numerous tussles in the past between the Aam Aadmi Party and the Election Commission
The Skin Doctor had earlier filed a police complaint on misrepresentation and breach of privacy.
The apex court should have asked the centre for guidelines instead of scrapping section 57, says Amitabh Kant
We will never know if Cambridge Analytica actually stole data for the Congress Party
Supreme Court has upheld the Aadhaar Act with some modifications
R.S Sharma came out to strongly condemn the comment which was wrongly attributed to him by The Print
The grand old party of India, Congress, was also reportedly one of its clients.
One wonders if Facebook will partner with right-wing websites to balance the ideological scale
There is a good reason to believe that mainstream English newspapers in India keep masses uneducated. Most of it stems from bias. A lot has also to do because journos themselves are uneducated. They can’t speak or write on any subject coherently. At best they are quote-renters. At worse, remotely controlled by compromised bosses, politically aligned. The whiff of money and power also keeps them drugged. Look at the data issue currently clouding our mornings. Aadhaar, of course, is unpalatable to these journos. In the name of a data breach, for months at end, the mainstream media is trying to...
Congress launched Aadhaar without a legal framework and its policies led to large NPA
A look at how the technology behind Aadhaar enrollment and authentication works, and the concerns.
Android app of The Hindu appears to be sending the mobile number of a user to BJP.

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