Many companies have pulled physical servers from the country as a mandate to collect customer data goes into effect.
Police in India’s capital say they only require an 80 percent accuracy rate for matches, raising new alarm bells for civil liberty advocates.
Nonprofit donors had their information given to law enforcement without consent, highlighting limited data protections in the world’s largest democracy.
A new proposal by India’s telecom regulator aims to make accurate caller ID mandatory, but critics say it may be fundamentally flawed.
Tata Neu is the country’s latest do-everything app. When users signed up, their personal information was already there.
The country’s “traceability” requirement would undermine the privacy of the encrypted messaging app’s users far beyond its borders.