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Blog Entry Online Censorship: How Government should Approach Regulation of Speech
by Sunil Abraham published Dec 05, 2012 — filed under: , , , ,
Why is there a constant brouhaha in India about online censorship? What must be done to address this?
Located in Internet Governance / Blog
Blog Entry Why NPCI and Facebook need urgent regulatory attention
by Sunil Abraham published Jun 12, 2018 — filed under: , ,
The world’s oldest networked infrastructure, money, is increasingly dematerialising and fusing with the world’s latest networked infrastructure, the Internet.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog
Blog Entry Photocopying the past
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 02, 2011 last modified Sep 25, 2011 08:06 PM — filed under: ,
There is no single correct position when it comes to intellectual property or IP. In fact, there are at least five correct positions that you could possibly adopt based on who you are — a pro-creator position, a pro-entrepreneur position, a pro-government position, a pro-consumer position and a public interest position.
Located in Access to Knowledge / Blogs
Distinguished Fellows
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 17, 2008 last modified Jul 27, 2020 12:50 PM
Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam is based in Chennai. Rishab Aiyer Ghosh is based at UNU-MERIT at Maastricht. Hans Varghese Mathews is based in Bangalore. Shyam Ponappa is based in New Delhi. Prof. Tejaswini Niranjana is based in Bangalore and Mumbai.
Located in About Us / People
Members
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 17, 2008 last modified Jun 19, 2009 02:16 PM
The members of the Society registered under Karnataka Societies Act are Vibodh Parthasarathi, Atul Ramachandra, Achal Prabhala, Lawrence Liang, Subbiah Arunachalam, Nishant Shah, and Sunil Abraham.
Located in About Us / People
People
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 17, 2008 last modified Dec 04, 2011 03:26 PM
Located in About Us
Anonymity and Privacy
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 18, 2008 last modified Jan 26, 2009 09:42 AM
Located in About Us / Substantive Areas / New Pedagogies
Substantive Areas
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 18, 2008 last modified Dec 04, 2011 03:26 PM
Located in About Us
Blog Entry It’s the technology, stupid
by Sunil Abraham published Mar 31, 2017 last modified Apr 07, 2017 12:53 PM — filed under: , , ,
Eleven reasons why the Aadhaar is not just non-smart but also insecure.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog
Blog Entry Hits and Misses With the Draft Encryption Policy
by Sunil Abraham published Sep 26, 2015 — filed under: , , , ,
Most encryption standards are open standards. They are developed by open participation in a publicly scrutable process by industry, academia and governments in standard setting organisations (SSOs) using the principles of “rough consensus” – sometimes established by the number of participants humming in unison – and “running code” – a working implementation of the standard. The open model of standards development is based on the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) philosophy that “many eyes make all bugs shallow”.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog