While some women are overcoming social barriers with the help of the internet, others are finding economic opportunities and a platform for their views
In such a scenario where the entire world is online, where the oral community and the “literate” community have equal opportunities, will traditional literacy and script still matter? I wonder.
As more people adopt digital tools and get online to harness opportunities the Internet has to offer, they become vulnerable to the vices of the Internet
When a mobile becomes a part of your life, and it starts acting as a necessity, it is important that we, the people who made it relevant, do not become its slaves.
This game makes you exploit the spirit of competitiveness and evoke the urge to be popular on social media by exploring the world of fake news generation,
People often ask us why we at the Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) are trying to impart digital literacy or create wi-fi hubs in villages when poor people need food, shelter and clothing.
The status of the BharatNet project and the government’s claims need to be taken with a large dose of salt
India’s ‘let’s ban it’ approach to anything that makes it uncomfortable online is a violation of human rights
“Let’s ban it” is India’s approach to everything that makes us uncomfortable.
This article was first published by Mint on April 27, 2018. There are close to 7,100 living languages in the world but as many as 90% of them are spoken by less than 100,000 people in the world, according to Ethnologue, an annual publication on world languages. In India, where there are more than 780…