The recent case of cricketer Arshdeep Singh’s Wikipedia page being trolled and smeared with false information raises some crucial questions about how such platforms are monitored and administered and where responsibility rests
The government is opening up yet another fenced garden in the e-commerce category with the introduction of Open Network for Digital Commerce. It aims to end the duopoly of international players and protect offline businessmen who have been suffering due to the dishonest trade practices of these e-tailers
While the introduction of the National Logistics Policy is well-timed, the Union and states must work together to tackle ineptitudes in the logistics sector. This will make businesses more viable and support exports
With the government preparing the platform for the four new labour codes, there are signals of a staggered execution with an early launch of two codes—The Code on Wages and The Code on Social Security.
Looking at the recent searches and seizures conducted on political leaders, their relatives, and associates, especially those who are critical of the ruling government, the draconian PMLA, 2002, is seen by the Opposition leaders as the government’s “hatchet” legislation.
A new series of rules to regulate the digital lending system in India is centred on the advice obtained from the RBI’s Working Group on Digital Lending, including lending through online platforms and mobile apps. What does this mean for consumers and the platforms that offer these services?