We provide the Standing Committees on Home Affairs with suggestions as they discuss the Pegasus scandal.

Press reports indicate interest has been showed by the Standing Committee on Home Affairs in examining the matter. We wrote to them with a few suggestions on the issue to take into consideration at their meeting today.

While Delhi has its pollution mask on, the rest of India might need one too. For different reasons of course...

In light of the continuing growing concerns of CCTVs and facial recognition technology in the recent weeks, we throw a few more kicks to fight against this trajectory of mass surveillance.

NCRB finally responds to legal notice on facial recognition, we promptly send a rejoinder...

The NCRB promptly responds as we followed up on our legal notice and IFF replies having to restate original asks.

MEITY to brief the Standing Committee on IT, we have a few topics they can talk about.

The Standing Committee of IT is holding a meeting on October 25, 2019 where it will be briefed by MEITY on safeguarding citzens online. We flag a few concerns that need addressing.

Postpaid connections restored in Jammu & Kashmir but access restricted due to charges levied.

Post-paid connections restored but access is restricted as users are made to clear charges in order to make use os services. We write to the DOT to direct ISPs to waive charges.

Facebook’s Transfer Petition in Madras HC case involving encryption and traceability allowed after Tamil Nadu Government withdraws objections

In today's hearing, the SC allowed Facebook's transfer petition in Antony Clement Rubin v. Union of India after the Tamil Nadu Government withdrew its objections to the transfer.