Curbs on tracking minors' data may hurt tech giants
In an article discussing effects of Justice Srikrishna Committee’s recommendations to curb data tracking of and advertising targeted at users under the age of 18 Mishi Choudhary was quoted as saying “Children are more vulnerable than adults, so longer the protection, the better. Everyone is interested in the generation that is coming, not the generation that has gone by. Everything that is popular today was once popular with teenagers. Companies would want a lower age, obviously.”
Experts pick holes in data protection Bill
In an article discussing the loopholes of data protection bill, Mishi Choudhary was quoted as saying "Bill makes it cumbersome for even the data principals – whose data it is – to understand and exercise their rights effectively."
Mobile internet and SMS shut down in Navi Mumbai following Maratha agitation
In Kashmir, ban on Pakistani TV channels raises questions – about those from Delhi (and Mumbai)
In an article linking ban on Pakistani news channels in Kashmir with rising incidence of frequent Internet Shutdowns, statistics from internetshutdowns.in were mentioned.
How Andhra Pradesh Built India's First Police State Using Aadhaar And A Census
In an article that discussed the privacy implications of Aadhaar and other personal information such as GPS location of homes being recorded during Census in Andhra Pradesh, Mishi Choudhary was quoted as saying, “I wish I could tell you that this wasn't alarming. In the absence of a Data Protection Framework or jurisprudence on data collection and usage by state parties in the name of efficiency such practices continue.