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Chinmayi Arun
Fellow of . Used to teach law in India. Founded and was its Director for 5 years. Tweets are personal. (My sunny side is on Instagram)
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Chinmayi Arun 52m
Replying to @geomblog
I like the sound of this :)
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This is a great idea. FYI: I seem to be good at the game. Probably all the Westworld watching...
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This is a fantastic summer institute. Do apply
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Such a great panel!
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Linda Lakhdhir 13h
New report looks at vigilante groups in attacking minorities in the name of cow protection. It documents 11 cases in which 14 people were killed & the govt's response.
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Supriya Sharma 21h
Not just journalists, ordinary people around India are being targetted for their social media posts through coordinated campaigns. Read about a Facebook group called One of its admins is followed by PM Modi.
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Owen Bennett 17h
Replying to @MarietjeSchaake
: Facebook are taking a lot of heat at the minute for disinformation, but the problem involves far more online services. The trust is lost and we need new means of verifying that online services are being responsible vis-à-vis disinformation
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Amnesty India 18h
It is absurd for the Uttarakhand police to file a criminal case against for 'spreading rumours' and 'creating panic' when it is clear that she was trying to draw attention to the threats faced by Kashmiri students in Dehradun.
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Chinmayi Arun Feb 18
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naresh fernandes Feb 18
Why photo of Jaish commander being used by Indian media is similar to Bon Jovi’s – it was made with an app via
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Jayshree Bajoria Feb 18
Releasing a new report in less than 12 hrs looking at killings by vigilante groups in in the name of cow protection, police bias in investigations, and political patronage. Tune in to FB live tomorrow 8:30 pm India, 10 am EST
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Sejal Parmar Feb 18
Facebook labelled 'digital gangsters' by report on fake news
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Michael Zimmer Feb 16
With fitness trackers in the workplace, bosses can monitor your every step — and possibly more
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Rohan Venkat Feb 17
TIL Palantir is doing retail surveillance for DLF at their malls in India...
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Tony Romm Feb 17
NEW: Facebook “intentionally and knowingly” violated privacy and completion laws in the UK, lawmakers there say, in sweeping report that calls for investigations and more regulation.
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Frank Pasquale Feb 17
“Even among the well-intentioned, the expansive, magnificent concept of justice is gradually being substituted with the reduced, far more fragile discourse of ‘human rights’ – a minimal request, basically, not to be killed, tortured or unjustly imprisoned”
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Mar Hicks Feb 15
"Back then domain names were assigned by hand which led to inconsistencies & arguments among users. In an attempt to make the arguments stop, Feinler developed what might be her greatest legacy: the top-level domain name scheme (.com, .net, .org, .edu, etc.) we still use today."
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Joshita Feb 17
Please come to east of Kailash! The Arya Samaj in Sant Nagar is through a loudspeaker calling for responding to the Tukde Tukde gang. The address and contact details of the gang are ostensibly available to them. They are calling for an attack on 'intellectuals'.
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Alan Wong Feb 15
Newly released Xi Jinping speech on “rule of law” in China is an unambiguous rejection of the tenets of liberal democracies: China “must never adopt Western ‘constitutional government,’ ‘separation of powers’ and ‘independent judiciary.’”
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Elizabeth Joh Feb 16
Welcome to a rapidly growing phenomenon in the workplace: constant health surveillance.
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