Ravi Shankar Prasad calls for steps to avoid encryption draft-like fiascos
Prasad has asked senior officials to put in processes to ensure fiascos such as the one created by the draft National Encryption Policy don’t happen again.
No restrictions on WhatsApp, Facebook? Modi government withdraws draft encryption policy
All service providers located within and outside Ind...
Government exempts WhatsApp, social media from purview of encryption policy
The 'C category' as per the draft are all citizens including pers...
Experts pick big holes in India’s encryption policy
The Department of Electronics and Information Technology has asked for public comments on the ‘Draft National Encryption Policy' on its website until October 16.
How to encrypt everything
Thanks to Snowden, encryption has never been as easy as it is now.
WhatsApp says many requests from cops invalid and deficient
WhatsApp said many requests made by law enforcement agencies in the state lacked critical information such as account identifiers, FIR numbers or valid legal provisions.
Both citizens and tech companies will be served better with an element of regulation: Ajit Mohan MD, Facebook
Facebook and its family of apps are an ally for India in the trajectory of economic growth and social development, said the official.
God speed! World's fastest film camera developed
The camera will be able to capture incredibly rapid processes in chemistry, physics, biology and biomedicine.
Will have regulatory regime on data protection: Government to Supreme Court
Facebook transfer petition: SC asks govt to file affidavit in three weeks
Senior advocate Kapil Sibal appeared for WhatsApp and senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi represented Facebook.
Are you in sync with IT Act, High Court asks WhatsApp
WhatsApp counsel seeks an adjournment, citing SC order that High Court can hear, but cannot pass any ruling.
Navy gets three naval systems from DRDO
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley hailed DRDO's sustained efforts in enhancing India's military capabilities through defence indigenisation.
Barack Obama backs away from law to access encrypted information
Obama's administration has backed away from seeking legislation that would give U.S. law enforcement agencies access to individuals' encrypted messages, the White House said.
US needs skilled tech to keep innovating: Victoria A Espinel, president of Business Software Alliance
"We work with many law enforcement agencies but we are concerned that some approaches that the governments have been talking about would undermine security."
Daunting task ahead for investigative agencies with WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption
A service that is encrypted end-to-end cannot be monitored or intercepted. No one, except the people or groups communicating with each other, can access the data.
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