This piece on Cyber Sovereignty appeared on the 15th of November All of us, citizens or businesses, in the real world are subject to some form or other of government regulation. There are checks and balances on our freedoms, and violations of the law are dealt with penalties However, when
This piece on Twitter banning Political Ads appeared on the 7th of November Last week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the platform will not carry any paid political ads. He tweeted “We’ve made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter globally. We believe political message reach should
This appeared on August 22nd 2019 There is a case before the Supreme Court that looks at the issue of Fake news, and the proposed solution. Representing the Government, Attorney General KK Venugopal is arguing the need to link social media accounts with Aadhar to prevent the spread of fake
This appeared in CNBC-TV18 on the 1st of August Last week the United States President, Donald Trump, had other meltdown on twitter. This time it was directed against the French. The French Parliament had approved a Digital Services Tax of 3% on revenues deemed to have been earned in France.
I write about the face off between Twitter and the Indian Parliament for CNBC – TV18 At the core of the stand-off between the Indian Parliament’s standing committee on Information technology and Twitter is the perception by the Indian right wing that twitter is biased against it and applies rules