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Internet Privacy and Why You Should Care

“Mass surveillance has value—just not for saving lives. These programs are about power.”
With more and more of our lives being spent online, our data reveals too much about us for us to not be mindful of it. Our generation’s great war is the battle for privacy and the struggle to guard it, especially from governments looking to leverage it for power.

The Conundrum of the Justice Collegium

In an unprecedented move, members of the Justice Collegium of the Supreme Court went public with allegations that the Honourable Chief Justice of India had been exhibiting a clear lack of transparency and rationale while assigning cases to the judges of the Supreme Court.

The Policy Child

“The removal of the One Child Policy was a gradual process ever since its inception in 1979. Relaxations were introduced in stages, before finally abandoning it on October 29th, 2015.”
An in-depth analysis of the recent abolishment of China’s One Child Policy.