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Digital native: You can check out, you can never leave

by Nishant Shah — last modified May 05, 2017 01:31 AM

Aadhaar is not something you define and opt into, it is something that defines you.

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March 2017 Newsletter

by Prasad Krishna — last modified May 20, 2017 12:47 PM

Welcome to March 2017 newsletter of the Centre for Internet & Society (CIS).

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Exploring Big Data for Development: An Electricity Sector Case Study from India

by Sumandro Chattapadhyay — last modified May 31, 2017 09:45 AM

This working paper by Ritam Sengupta, Dr. Richard Heeks, Sumandro Chattapadhyay, and Dr. Christopher Foster draws from the field study undertaken by Ritam Sengupta, and is published by the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester. The field study was commissioned by the CIS, with support from the University of Manchester and the University of Sheffield.

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Evaluating Safety Buttons on Mobile Devices: Preview

by Rohini Lakshané and Chinmayi S.K. — last modified Sep 10, 2017 06:45 PM

Much technological innovation for women is aimed at addressing violence against women. One such ubiquitous intervention is mobile device-based safety applications, also known as emergency applications. Several police departments in India, public transport services, and commercial services such as taxi-hailing apps deploy a mobile device-based “panic button” for the safety of citizens or customers, especially women. However, the proliferation of safety apps through both public and private players raises several concerns, which will be studied through this study by Rohini Lakshané of the CIS and Chinmayi S.K. of The Bachchao Project. Research assistance for this report was provided by CIS intern Harish R.S.K. Visualisations by Saumyaa Naidu.

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Digital native: Lie Me a River

by Nishant Shah — last modified Mar 19, 2017 02:47 PM

The sea of social media around us often drowns the truth, exchanging misinformation for facts.

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Digital native: Who will watch the watchman?

Digital native: Who will watch the watchman?

by Nishant Shah — last modified Mar 03, 2017 04:18 PM

The state mining its citizens as data and suspending rights to privacy under the rhetoric of national security is alarming.

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Digital Native: Do not go Gently into the Good Night

by Nishant Shah — last modified Mar 03, 2017 04:07 PM

If there’s a lesson to be learned from the resistance to the Trump administration, it is this — patriotism is not a feeling, it is an action.

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January 2017 Newsletter

by Prasad Krishna — last modified Mar 01, 2017 06:00 AM

Welcome to the January 2017 newsletter of the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS).

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Internet Researchers' Conference 2017 (IRC17)

from Mar 03, 2017 09:00 AM to Mar 05, 2017 06:30 PM IIIT Bangalore, 26/C, Electronics City, Hosur Road, Bangalore, 560100, by Sumandro Chattapadhyay

With great pleasure we announce the second edition of the Internet Researchers' Conference (IRC), an annual conference series initiated by the Researchers at Work (RAW) programme at CIS to gather researchers, academic or otherwise, studying internet in/from India to congregate, share insights and tensions, and chart the ways forward. The Internet Researchers' Conference 2017 (IRC17) will be held at the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B) campus on March 03-05, 2017. It is being organised by the Centre for Information Technology and Public Policy (CITAPP) at IIIT-B and the CIS.

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Digital native: Back at it Again

by Nishant Shah — last modified Feb 02, 2017 03:04 PM

The Indian digital landscape has put us in a loop of hashtags and outrage, a space where we have mastered the art of shame.

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