New data protection law will set global benchmark, but data must be made available for development, says IT minister
The Chief Minister also called for a time line to make villages digital, adding there are more than 3000 bank branches and every month 1000 villages should be made digital.
Digital technologies are being harnessed to empower people, create employment opportunities and bring about transparency.
The complaint to the police stated said that Srivastava had accessed UIDAI data without authorisation between January 1 and July 26 for an app called ‘eKYC Verification’.
Paperless working system once it is in place will ensure transparency and accountability and leave no space for corruption. “For this to happen the government needs the cooperation of its officers as well as the citizens,” Chief Minister Pema Khandu said.
The remaining candidates were also liable to be rejected at the time of scrutiny for none had the signatures of 50 proposers and as many seconders from the list of electors –essential for a valid nomination.
Infosys co-founder S Gopalakrishnan, Wipro Chief Strategy Officer Rishad Premji, Flipkart founder Sachin Bansal, Google India VP Rajan Anandan, among others, are to attend the meeting
In addition to the Malayalam version, the new ICT textbook is also made available in English, Tamil and Kannada languages.
A cyber intelligence group has said that rapid digitisation in India has made the country prone to targeted cyberattacks
Gartner today said the information technology spends of Centre and state governments will increase 9.5 per cent to USD 7.8 billion in 2017.
Tech players said the absence of a robust electronics manufacturing ecosystem will only restrain the ambitious Make in India and Digital India vision.
Indian government’s new pilot project dubbed ‘Digital Village’ plans to wirelessly connect over 1000 villages through Wi-Fi
India needs over 80 lakh hotspots as against the availability of about 31,000 hotspots with a view to reach the global level.
Indian digital sector is expected to cross the Rs 20,000-crore mark by 2020 from Rs
8,490 crore at present
We have arrived at hybrid realities, where the technological and the human cannot be separated. The digital future we had once imagined is already here.