All stories by Karan Choudhury And Neha Alawadhi
World Cup: Bookies go hi-techRediff.com27 Jun 2019
The police have almost no way of tracking the $200 billion plus money flowing online during this World Cup.
Why govt got TikTok removedRediff.com20 Apr 2019
'Children as young as 10 are posting videos and there is no one to moderate them.'
Clock maybe ticking for TikTok, others in IndiaRediff.com13 Apr 2019
According to official sources, various states are contemplating bans on TikTok, Kwai, LIKE and other such apps over the next few months, on the worry that these platforms encourage child pornography, nudity and the spread of fake news, report Karan Choudhury and Neha Alawadhi.
Polls create high paying social media jobsRediff.com25 Mar 2019
The average salary of a content manager with less than a year's experience is Rs 369,000 per annum.
50 and counting... Apps become more popular as elections loomRediff.com12 Mar 2019
Within 24 hours of the announcement of poll dates, traction on poll-based apps has risen drastically, report Karan Choudhury and Neha Alawadhi.
India may tweak IT Act to allow tracing of social media postsRediff.com23 Feb 2019
Ministry of home affairs and the IT ministry are planning to have a series of discussions with representatives from Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, and Google on issues around national security and the problem of fake news. Asking for decryption keys from WhatsApp to track conversations on the chat app is also part of the agenda.
Less-cash drive launched in DeMo gets boost in BudgetRediff.com7 Feb 2019
In an otherwise agriculture- and public health-focused Union Budget 2018-19, artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain technology, internet of things -- jargons that found little or no mention in the previous Budgets -- managed to make their presence felt.