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Policy Brief September 19, 2022

Algorithmic Explainability Working Group: Discussion Note 01

Automated Decision Systems (ADS) are becoming crucial components of consumer-market and citizen-state interactions and need effective, holistic regulatory guidelines.

Blog November 1, 2021

Civil Society Shouldn’t Be a Substitute for the State’s Lack of Data Capacity

As a lesson from this pandemic, efforts need to be undertaken by the government to strengthen its primary role in the data pipeline— proper and timely distribution of data. 

Op-ed April 13, 2021

Lack of relevant, credible data is compromising India’s COVID-19 efforts

Improvement in the collection, analysis and sharing of health data could pave the way for a faster recovery from the pandemic and become a part of the playbook for navigating all future public health crises.

Op-ed February 7, 2020

How India’s data bill falls short of offering solutions for regulating digital competition

The bill’s brute force approach to giving users control over their digital selves through data portability provision runs roughshod over market dynamics.

Op-ed June 12, 2019

The problems of regulating digital markets

Modern competition policies are poorly equipped to deal with the unique nature of digital markets.

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