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Internet service providers move TDSAT against licence fee

Internet service providers on Friday approached sectoral tribunal TDSAT against the government imposing a licence fee of 4 per cent of their adjusted gross revenue (AGR).

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Sri Lanka shuts main opposition news websites


Sri Lankan police on Friday shut down opposition news websites, accusing them of carrying ‘false and vulgar reports’, months after imposing censorship on news alerts issued by mobile phone companies.

People join hands for Net freedom

While Internet has become a basic necessity these days, the freedom of Internet users is facing serious threats from various quarters.

Over 40 people on Saturday gathered at the Besant Nagar Beach to

‘Anonymous’ hackers to protest Indian Internet laws

Global hacking movement Anonymous has called for protesters to take to the streets in 16 cities around India on Saturday over what it considers growing government censorship of the Internet.

‘Anonymous’ hackers protest over India Internet laws


Indian demonstrators supporting the global hacking movement Anonymous took to the streets on Saturday to protest against what they consider growing government censorship of the Internet.

Manhood under attack, teen ‘accidentally shoots’ self on webcam chat

Investigators say a Philadelphia teen who accidentally shot himself in the head was handling the gun after his manhood was challenged by another person during a webcam chat.

Capt. John Gallagher says

Iran ‘finds fix’ for world’s most complicated espionage virus ‘Flame’

Iran has claimed that it has developed tools that can defend against the recently discovered computer espionage virus called Flame.

Flame was discovered after the UN's International Telecommunicatio

Home Ministry asks DoT to initiate strict action against two companies


The Union Home Ministry has asked the Department of Telecom to initiate 'strict' action and levy fine on two telecom companies for failing to provide exact details of people using Internet.

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Pakistan restores Twitter after block over Prophet cartoons


Pakistan restored access to Twitter on Sunday, just hours after blocking the site over posts related to a contest involving caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, the telecoms authority said.


‘IT rules represent a serious risk to our democracy’

I am mystified by our government’s approach to the Internet. It defies logic and lacks consistency with the values of our republic and democracy.

Our vibrant democracy with a constitutionally guaran

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.