India Is Using a 134-Year-Old Law Designed for Telegraphs to Monitor People's Encrypted Texts
Critics say that the government’s desire to monitor and control all online activity is moving India toward a complete surveillance state.
Israeli Spyware Used Whatsapp to Hack Over 20 Indian Journalists and Human Rights Activists
Sources say that even academics and Dalit rights activists were monitored under the state-of-the-art surveillance for a two-week period in May 2019 during the run-up to India’s general elections.
Who’s Afraid of TikTok?
The interim ban by the Indian Supreme Court has led to the removal of the Chinese app from Google Play and Apple stores. But digital activists say the move might be reducing India to a “nanny state”.
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