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Govt’s fear took it to Google 255 times

19 Jun 2012 2:41 AM GMT
The internet giant Google has said that it has logged 255 instances of India asking for online content censorship, marking a sharp rise of 49 per cent ...

British govt draws flak for ‘snooping’ plans

15 Jun 2012 9:17 AM GMT
Campaigners have criticised plans by the David Cameron government to introduce closer monitoring by the police and intelligence agencies of the use of ...

The legions are ready

8 Jun 2012 12:27 AM GMT
Anonymous has been around since 2003. However, it rarely got noticed in India. Anonymous was some vague image for most Indians. Hackers. Whimsical...

Hacktivists get ready to occupy

6 Jun 2012 7:15 AM GMT
Their twitter account was suspended and they were simply called 'hackers' on goverment sites, but this band of 'hacktivists' #TANGODOWN defaced site...

Want to combat piracy? Get John Doe order

26 May 2012 7:57 AM GMT
Piracy is one of the major roadblocks in the growth of the Indian film industry - Bollywood itself loses Rs 4,000 crore every year because of that....

Jack Sparrow looks best on a ship

25 May 2012 12:29 AM GMT
While the giants of the industry lobbied hard and pushed back the SOPA in US, Indian court didn't leave any room for debate before passing ordinance...

Internet freedom in peril

19 May 2012 3:35 AM GMT
The recent attacks on the sites of the Supreme Court, the Congress, the Delhi government and the department of telecommunications by online hackers to ...

The new face of freedom?

18 May 2012 4:32 AM GMT
A number of Internet service providers had blocked access to popular video sharing websites such as Vimeo and DailyMotion as well as major torrent...

Kapil Sibal and freedom on the Internet

7 May 2012 11:06 PM GMT
A lot has been said about Kapil Sibal’s antics over the Internet policies in India. Many people have argued that allowing Sibal to have his way,...
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