Daily Analysis of 'The Hindu' - 3rd July, 2020 Current Affairs Notes | EduRev

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Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
A much-needed reset [IndExp]
Private railways [ToI]
In an uncertain world, a seat at the global high table
India’s torture culture needs to end now
NEWS
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Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
A much-needed reset [IndExp]
Private railways [ToI]
In an uncertain world, a seat at the global high table
India’s torture culture needs to end now
NEWS
Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
?As citizens, our actions belie our feelings.
? Chi n a’ s near-complete domination of Ind i a’ s
consumer electronics market.
?Profit from India is enough to fund Chi n a’ s entire
military expenditure on the Indian border.
?Banning 59 Chinese apps is a significant statement of
intent by GoI.
?Section 69A of the Information Technology Act
allows the government to block access to any content
on the internet if protection of Indian sovereignty
requires such blocking.
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Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
A much-needed reset [IndExp]
Private railways [ToI]
In an uncertain world, a seat at the global high table
India’s torture culture needs to end now
NEWS
Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
?As citizens, our actions belie our feelings.
? Chi n a’ s near-complete domination of Ind i a’ s
consumer electronics market.
?Profit from India is enough to fund Chi n a’ s entire
military expenditure on the Indian border.
?Banning 59 Chinese apps is a significant statement of
intent by GoI.
?Section 69A of the Information Technology Act
allows the government to block access to any content
on the internet if protection of Indian sovereignty
requires such blocking.
? Chi na’ s national intelligence law: every
technology company in China is under a legal
obligation to “as sis t and cooperate with state
in telligen ce”.
? Chi na’ s cybersecurity law: all companies “mu s t
accept supervision from the government ”
?Feb 2020, T ikT ok’ s updated its privacy policy
?Allows the company to take large amounts of data of
Indians including metadata pertaining to location,
mobile carrier, browsing history and share it with law
enforcement, including in China.
?We need to do more to launch India to global
technology leadership.
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Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
A much-needed reset [IndExp]
Private railways [ToI]
In an uncertain world, a seat at the global high table
India’s torture culture needs to end now
NEWS
Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
?As citizens, our actions belie our feelings.
? Chi n a’ s near-complete domination of Ind i a’ s
consumer electronics market.
?Profit from India is enough to fund Chi n a’ s entire
military expenditure on the Indian border.
?Banning 59 Chinese apps is a significant statement of
intent by GoI.
?Section 69A of the Information Technology Act
allows the government to block access to any content
on the internet if protection of Indian sovereignty
requires such blocking.
? Chi na’ s national intelligence law: every
technology company in China is under a legal
obligation to “as sis t and cooperate with state
in telligen ce”.
? Chi na’ s cybersecurity law: all companies “mu s t
accept supervision from the government ”
?Feb 2020, T ikT ok’ s updated its privacy policy
?Allows the company to take large amounts of data of
Indians including metadata pertaining to location,
mobile carrier, browsing history and share it with law
enforcement, including in China.
?We need to do more to launch India to global
technology leadership.
?To chat, we use WhatsApp, anAmerican app
?To make video calls we use Zoom, an American
company owned by a Chinese-origin American
?Even to block the 59 Chinese apps, the Indian
government was reliant on Google and Apple to
take these apps off the Play Store and AppStore
respectively.
?Had there not been the tacit support of the US
government in this action, scarcely would the ban
have been so effective so quickly.
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Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
A much-needed reset [IndExp]
Private railways [ToI]
In an uncertain world, a seat at the global high table
India’s torture culture needs to end now
NEWS
Defending India’s tech sovereignty [ToI]
?As citizens, our actions belie our feelings.
? Chi n a’ s near-complete domination of Ind i a’ s
consumer electronics market.
?Profit from India is enough to fund Chi n a’ s entire
military expenditure on the Indian border.
?Banning 59 Chinese apps is a significant statement of
intent by GoI.
?Section 69A of the Information Technology Act
allows the government to block access to any content
on the internet if protection of Indian sovereignty
requires such blocking.
? Chi na’ s national intelligence law: every
technology company in China is under a legal
obligation to “as sis t and cooperate with state
in telligen ce”.
? Chi na’ s cybersecurity law: all companies “mu s t
accept supervision from the government ”
?Feb 2020, T ikT ok’ s updated its privacy policy
?Allows the company to take large amounts of data of
Indians including metadata pertaining to location,
mobile carrier, browsing history and share it with law
enforcement, including in China.
?We need to do more to launch India to global
technology leadership.
?To chat, we use WhatsApp, anAmerican app
?To make video calls we use Zoom, an American
company owned by a Chinese-origin American
?Even to block the 59 Chinese apps, the Indian
government was reliant on Google and Apple to
take these apps off the Play Store and AppStore
respectively.
?Had there not been the tacit support of the US
government in this action, scarcely would the ban
have been so effective so quickly.
1. Solar and battery energy
2. Consumer electronics
3. AI
?Indigenisation of these sectors
?World beating quality and price
?Solar and battery are now sufficiently low-cost to
match oil and coal.
?It starts with energy self-reliance.
?Consumer electronics: SoC (system on a chip)
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