Digital Conundrum: Looking for Neutrality in a Biased World

A plethora of online petitions pile up asking general Indian public to support the cause. They strive for a world where the Internet is neutral...

Things Can Fail! Demigod to Demo God

I was in a conference on Cloud Computing – everybody is talking about this computing model these days. As the conference was organised by...

Digital Age and Digital India

It’s always surprisingly refreshing to speak to a stranger. Pleasant or unpleasant – I cannot assure though. But when it’s pleasant while being at...

Dilemma of Choosing between Privacy and Security

We are unsafe. That is what our governments try to convince us while intruding into our privacy. We, the habitual victims, are much scrutinized...

RegTech – Technology Drives Regulatory Business

An increasing regulatory information inflow, the pressure to cut costs in the process of compliance, and to achieve a greater level of safety have...

2015: The Year of Tussle between Confusion and Aspirations

The year 2015 went like a period of tussle between confusion and aspirations. Be it in India, or in western countries, or even in...

Shared Experience with Broadcast Communication

It was a day a decade ago when you would glue to television to hear sermons from a nicely dressed anchor speaking in standard...

Misusing the Social Media

If I say that social media is proliferating through our personal and social life in a rapid pace, it will be an obvious statement....

Moving into the Era of Physical Web: Through Innovations or Inventions

I was discussing on the other day with Babujee, my father, about smart technologies that are effecting changes in our lives, the way we...

Bizarre Data versus Big Data – A Normative Shift

We can now store and use information of large sizes in our daily life, at home or work, from text documents to multimedia. Dealing...

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