You are here: Home
189 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type

New items since

Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Rural Indians don’t trust messages on WhatsApp blindly: Survey
by Admin published Oct 28, 2018 — filed under: ,
Only 8% of the respondents marked 10 as their trust score on a scale of 1-10, where 1 stands for complete distrust and 10 for complete trust, in information received on WhatsApp, found a survey.
Located in Internet Governance / News & Media
Seminar on “Evolution of communication: Social Media & Beyond”
by Admin published Mar 07, 2019 last modified Mar 07, 2019 02:52 PM — filed under: , ,
Sunil Abraham will be a speaker at this event organized by TRAI on March 15 at Hotel Radisson Blu GRT, Near Airport, Chennai. Sunil will be speaking on How should Internet Giants- Social Media, Search engines and ad tech be Regulated.
Located in Internet Governance / News & Media
Blog Entry Services like TwitterSeva aren’t the silver bullets they are made out to be
by Sunil Abraham published Oct 06, 2016 last modified Oct 06, 2016 04:31 PM — filed under: ,
TwitterSeva is great, but it should not be considered a sufficient replacement for proper e-governance systems. This is because there are several serious shortcomings with the TwitterSeva approach, and it is no wonder that enthusiastic police officers and bureaucrats are somewhat upset with the slow deployment of e-governance applications. They are also right in being frustrated with the lack of usability and scalability of existing applications that hold out the promise of adopting private sector platforms to serve citizens better.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog
Blog Entry So Much to Lose
by Nishant Shah published Dec 02, 2012 last modified Dec 07, 2012 04:39 PM — filed under: , , , ,
Unless you have been hiding under a rock, you have been a witness to the maelstrom of events that accompanied the death of the political leader Bal Thackeray.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog
Social media may influence 160 LS seats in 2014
by Prasad Krishna published Apr 15, 2013 — filed under: ,
Social media is likely to influence politics and elections in 160 of India’s 543 Parliament constituencies, making Facebook and Twitter users the nation’s newest voting bloc, a new study suggests.
Located in News & Media
Blog Entry Social Media Monitoring
by Amber Sinha published Jan 13, 2017 last modified Jan 16, 2017 02:23 PM — filed under: , ,
We see a trend of social media and communication monitoring and surveillance initiatives in India which have the potential to create a chilling effect on free speech online and raises question about the privacy of individuals. In this paper, Amber Sinha looks at social media monitoring as a tool for surveillance, the current state of social media surveillance in India, and evaluate how the existing regulatory framework in India may deal with such practices in future.
Located in Internet Governance / Blog
Social media promotions can backfire, too
by Prasad Krishna published Nov 14, 2013 — filed under: ,
Social media is a highly effective marketing tool for companies but its very ubiquity and the speed with which messaging goes viral has meant that it can hurt them badly as well, especially since platforms are not always moderated and can be hacked or misused.
Located in News & Media
Social media undermining journalistic credibility?
by Prasad Krishna published Mar 06, 2013 — filed under: ,
The line separating journalists and bloggers is being increasingly blurred due to the growth of social media, said Nelson Moses, who was a panelist at a discussion on the credibility of social media as a journalistic tool.
Located in News & Media
Social Notworking - 'Murder by Twitter'
by Prasad Krishna published Jan 19, 2014 last modified Feb 04, 2014 07:02 AM — filed under: ,
Suketu Mehta (@suketumehta) - terrible news about sunanda tharoor. this is murder by twitter.
Located in News & Media
Start-up India turns the heat on Facebook Free Basics
by Prasad Krishna published Dec 29, 2015 — filed under: , ,
Facebook launched its "Save Free Basics" campaign last week, asking users to support "digital equality" in India.
Located in Internet Governance / News & Media