Bitcoin blues: Should the government block cryptocurrency, or regulate it?
Bitcoin is seen as quasi currency, much to the consternation of regulators. It has been described as everything but real money and dismissed as dogcoin.
Pegasus spyware can target up to 50 phones at once
The spyware can monitor up to 500 phones in a year, but can only track a maximum of 50 at ...
New encryption key in Aadhaar authentication devices from June
While more than 112 crore Aadhaar have been generated in the country, the Aadh...
View: WhatsApp spyware episode should be a wake-up call for India
India holds for around a fourth of WhatsApp’s global 1.5 bn accounts. The security hole has made many fearful.
After Pegasus spying row, India asks WhatsApp to explain privacy breach
India is awaiting WhatsApp’s response to decide on the next action, which could include imposition of penalty.
Trai backs lower taxes, levies in new telecom policy
Hefty telecom levies has been a major gripe for India’s beleaguered telecom industry since nearly 33% of every Rs 100 earned by a telco is paid to the government as taxes.
Privacy is your right! Here's everything about encrypted WhatsApp messages, Apple devices and emails
You probably don't have anything to hide, but your privacy still needs to be respected.
After WhatsApp, Viber to encrypt user conversations
Earlier this month, Facebook-owned WhatsApp had announced end-to-end encryption to protect conversations of its over one billion users from hackers and "regimes".
Aadhaar is going to clean up the system and has become dangerous for many: RS Sharma, TRAI
“One cannot have a benami bank account and benami property with Aadhaar.”
WhatsApp denies existence of ‘backdoor’ for government snooping
A news report in the Guardian on Friday claimed that a security vulnerability allows access to encrypted messages.
Intel CEO reassures security flaw in chip contained, most users to get update soon
Krzanich took the unusual step of addressing the security issue ahead of the opening of Consumer Electronics Show.
Wall Street's dirty secret is out! Illegal information being trafficked via WhatsApp
Just about everyone in finance is embracing these apps as a virtually untraceable way to circumvent compliance, get around the HR and keep bosses in the dark.
Mark Zuckerberg just gave cryptocurrency enthusiasts a little optimism
I’ve been involved with, and fascinated by cryptocurrencies since 2012, said Zuckerberg.
Delhi Police likely to decode Apple encryption
The information that the police want include contact lists, messages and calls, Geo data, deleted social network posts, Messenger text and passwords on the device.
Indonesia launches cyber agency to tackle extremism, fake news
Millions of Indonesians are going online for the first time just as concern about Internet hoaxes reaches a fevered pitch.
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