Student protesters leading the movement—who have spent the last few days dealing with death threats, abuses and the impending fear of being arrested—tell us what to keep in mind when going out to protest, especially if it turns violent.
We spoke to Avijit Michael—a founding member of Jhatkaa, India’s biggest homegrown organisation for online activism—about dissent and demands in a dysfunctional democracy.
Indian Cafe Using Facial Recognition Without Customers’ Consent Sparks Calls for Better Privacy Laws
Now that the tea has been spilled, Chaayos claims the "data is encrypted", even as digital activists call it a breach of privacy.
As air quality worsens in the northern states of India and unleashes its wrath on mere mortals, even the gods are being made to wear protection.
The wearable protective gear sends out taser-like shocks when a woman’s arm is held in a certain way.
This Guy Shredded His Thumb So Badly on a Cracked Phone Screen Protector it Almost Needed Amputation
Despite his phone’s screen protector being damaged, he continued to play games on it for four months and developed an infection.
But then, can you eat ‘legal persons’?
Activists say the law grants the government sweeping powers and could lead to censorship.
Nineteen Democrats are running for president. Not all of them will get protection.
According to experts.
“Try not to laugh too much.”
Under the agreement, reached with Obama in 2015, 200 countries pledged to reduce their fossil fuel emissions to combat global warming.