What are some things that every computer user should learn? What things do you wish every computer user knew? What are some of the biggest benefits that individuals and/or society could reap if computer users learned these things?
Please boost, I honestly want as many serious answers as possible. Feel free to answer variations of the question for different levels of "computer users", such as programmers, office workers who use a computer 4+ hours per day, phone-only users, etc.
Thirty years on, still no spring for the Pandits: https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/thirty-years-on-still-no-spring-for-the-pandits/article30618444.ece As analyst Rishi Razdan put it in,"a persecuted Hindu minority from a Muslim majority state within a Hindu majority country was a damning validation of all the fears Hindutva had been peddling for decades". And one of the great failures of the Indian liberal left was "loosing the moral courage to speak loudly and clearly for those who needed their aid".
1. No order to stop implementation of process under Act.
2. Court said no ex-parte order, as Centre had no notice on all petitions.
3. 4 weeks time for Centre to reply.
4. Assam-Tripura matters to be dealt separately.
5. HCs not to deal with case.
Now #ElectoralBonds in Khasi language, spoken in Meghalaya.
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Illegal or not, this is unacceptable and inhumane. Think as an individual, think of someone destroying everything you earned doing hardwork on daily wage (on daily wage!) and all you can do is nothing but watch what once you thought home is being destroyed.
Inviting the National Media for this tomorrow.
We will submit our report on the horror & the atrocities committed on the most marginalised sections of our society, in the name of religion.
By those who try & appropriate Gandhi, Bose, Tagore & Sardar Patel for credibility.
10 hours to go for the CAA hearing in the Supreme Court and a handful of protestors have gathered in front of the apex court with "SC: Hope of Democracy", "Reject CAA NRC" banners. Delhi police currently trying to disperse them through dialogue @ThePrintIndia@twitter.com
In anticipation of the CAA hearing, due to taking place tomorrow, around 50 women from Rani Garden area marched to Supreme Court. They were sitting at front of gate on Bhagwan road when the police came and got them to disperse. One person has been detained by police.
The People's Tribunal on Aadhaar-related issues is the latest effort at grappling with the #Aadhaar project's "function creep" - the linking of Aadhaar with NPR & NRC being the latest atrocity. Support us in continuing our fight against this onslaught.
@aral The answer from Amazon's spokerperson is priceless: "We’ll continue to invent more privacy features on behalf of customers.". You don't need to "invent privacy features" if you're not spying on people in the first place!
Notes on #SurveillanceCapitalism.
Telangana has been recklessly experimenting with these new technologies on its population without safeguards in the name of development.
Around 2000 people from Kasaragode and around in Kerala have received notices from Mangalore police to report and explain why they were present at #AntiCAA protests in Mangalore. Notices sent to SIM card owners; #surveillancestate in full swing.
Notes on #SurveillanceCapitalism.
Sundar Pichai calls for moratorium on #facialrecognition services because of their potential to be used for nefarious reasons.
#Apple versus #FBI goes on and on.
TheWire: We Need to Ban Facial Recognition Altogether, Not Just Regulate Its Use: With automated electronic #surveillance systems, suspicion does not precede #data collection but is generated by the analysis of the data itself.
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