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Not the Usual Yada- an Open Letter to Google, Facebook, Twitter, and all digital platforms

All social networks and search engines need to start seriously working on a common code of conduct, which keeps people safe online. And it starts with people understanding what they can share, and what they can’t when they sign-in, whether they can read English, or any other language or none at all. Continue reading

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Free Basics vs. Net Neutrality:What Ashok Jain may have said

when there are two sides, always look for the third eye view- my POV on Net Neutrality vs. Free Basics
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Whose content is it anyway?

Last week, I participated in a twitter poll on A-listers. The question put forth by @anaggh, a social media influencer in India, was ‘who according to you is an A lister on twitter?” and I answered A lister= people with … Continue reading

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