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IT minister says won’t allow India to be centre of data pilferage

MUMBAI: The country’s Electronics & IT and Law & Justice minster Ravi Shankar Prasad has come down sharply on data misuse. Speaking at the 15th Asia Media Summit, he said that the government would not allow the country to become a centre of data pilferage and data commerce that, through...

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ISRO, DoT turf wars delaying connectivity reach: govt official

MUMBAI: India builds low-cost satellites but has the most expensive bandwidth, a senior Indian government official said on Tuesday, blaming turf wars between ISRO and Department of Telecoms (DoT) for delays in taking connectivity to far-flung areas. DoT special secretary N Sivasailam also flagged...

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Terry Burns appointed Ofcom chairman

Lord Terry Burns has been appointed as the next chairman of Ofcom. This follows the digital, culture, media and sport committee pre-appointment hearing with Lord Burns. Karen Bradley, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, has now confirmed the appointment.

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FCC outvotes 2015 net neutrality rules

NEW DELHI: American telecoms and broadcast regulator FCC on Thursday voted out the 2015 Obama government’s regulations relating to net neutrality, which, some critics said, put too much power in the hands of broadband companies to influence consumers’ online experiences.

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MIB gets a new additional secretary - Ali Raza Rizvi

NEW DELHI: Senior Indian Administrative Officer Ali Raza Rizvi, a 1988 batch officer from the Himachal Pradesh cadre, has been transferred as the additional secretary and financial advisor to the information and broadcasting ministry.

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