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Anish TP

Anish TP

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  • Joined Jul 2015

Privacy Mode fellowship programme

Zerodha: Data protection, security and privacy practices

Summary Zerodha provides an online platform in India to invest in stocks, derivatives, mutual funds, bonds, futures and options, and serves over 9+ million clients. In the financial services industry, it is mandatory to be compliant with the strict regulations that are enforced by multiple authorities. Zerodha has developed a solution to extend their existing microservices architecture and be ful… more
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  • 26 Aug 2022

Privacy Mode fellowship programme

Doosra: Protecting your mobile number

Summary Doosra provides an alternative virtual number to the primary phone number to protect our privacy. In today’s interconnected world, we share our mobile number everywhere, and in return receive unwarranted messages and calls. Doosra provides a platform that gives the user control to allow or restrict access. The entire solution has been designed keeping privacy at the core. more
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  • 01 Sep 2022

Privacy Mode fellowship programme

Zeotap: Privacy in Data as a Service (DaaS) business

Summary Zeotap, which now has more than one hundred partners, runs a data business offering managed services for data sets. It operates on Data as a Service (DaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) models, and provides integrations with cloud exchanges and APIs with SLA guarantees. In order to cater to its EU customers, it became compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018. more
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  • 18 Sep 2022

Description conference vv123

Definition Lists Test Content

Term 1 with inline markup Definition 1 long form. This is lazy continuation. Still not a paragraph break. more
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  • 10 Jan 2023
Talk: Beginner

Description conference vv123

Tabs using containers plugin

Tabs using containers plugin Let us see if we can use the containers plugin to render tabs. more
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  • 16 Jan 2023
Talk: Advanced

Description conference vv123

Embeds

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  • 03 Nov 2022
Talk: Beginner Workshop: beginner New label with options: 1: hello Category: 1

Kotlin will displace Java in the Android ecosystem.

Research methodology and sampling

The survey was conducted online using Survey Monkey. Respondents answered descriptive and multiple choice questions. more
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  • 09 Sep 2021

Kotlin will displace Java in the Android ecosystem.

Key findings of the survey

Based on the historical context of Kotlin’s growth in the Android ecosystem, the survey’s findings reinforce that many users of Kotlin also have a Java background. more
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  • 09 Sep 2021

Kotlin will displace Java in the Android ecosystem.

Learning resources for Kotlin for Android

Developers use various means and channels to learn about Kotlin. These learning resources are fairly distributed. The key findings in this regard are: more
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  • 09 Sep 2021

Information Technology - Guidelines For Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code - Rules, 2021

Research methods, design, sampling and execution

This is a mixed-method research study, comprising both qualitative and quantitative methods. more
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  • 22 Sep 2021

Information Technology - Guidelines For Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code - Rules, 2021

Respondents profile

Qualitative research was conducted with 33 respondents. These included representatives from SSMI organizations, digital news publications and cloud service providers. One FGD was conducted with independent software developers who are vocal about privacy, digital rights, data security and responsibility in technology on social media and community forums. We classified this set of respondents as “p… more
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  • 18 Sep 2021

Information Technology - Guidelines For Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code - Rules, 2021

Detailed findings: Overall awareness

The IT Rules, Intermediary Guidelines 2021, have a far-ranging impact on social media apps, digital news and content, and cloud hosting providers in the country. The Rules could potentially affect a far wider section of the startup and SME sector in India given that many of these organizations produce content in one form or another which can be regulated. While the legality and ethicality of the … more
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  • 22 Sep 2021

Information Technology - Guidelines For Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code - Rules, 2021

Impact of IT Rules on tech workers’ ecosystem - professional concerns

Introduction As discussed in the chapter on respondent profiles, a quantitative survey was conducted with tech workers to assess awareness, understanding and impact of the IT Rules. more
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  • 19 Sep 2021

Information Technology - Guidelines For Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code - Rules, 2021

Impact of IT Rules on tech workers’ ecosystem - personal concerns; impact on participation and advocacy

This chapter is divided into two sections: Impact of IT Rules on personal lives, mainly freedom of speech and expression, and privacy. more
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  • 02 Oct 2021

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Understanding Innovation in the Indian Tech Ecosystem: Introduction to the research

The Open Innovation Project aims to broaden the understanding of how open source beliefs and principles can be implemented in the Global South, specifically looking at the Indian Tech Ecosystem. In doing so we seek to understand how multiple players in India are currently availing or hope to avail resources in the country that can enable certain aspects of the open source software movement. Speci… more
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  • 24 Feb 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Innovation and the Global South

The concept of innovation, specifically the notion of technology as a tool for the further propagation of innovation in society has been promoted extensively since the rise of the IT sector around the world (Johannessen, 1994). Firms that were seen as technology based or technology focussed often were seen as creating and enabling an innovation value chain, by virtue of their sector alone (Ganota… more
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  • 24 Feb 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Defining Open Innovation

In this section we review the concepts of commons based peer production by Benkler, and Kelty’s recursive public definitions to understand how it could be reformatted and updated to provide more of a contextual understanding in the global south. In Benkler and Nissenbaum’s work, they articulate that a commons based peer is a socio economic system of production based in the digital environment (Be… more
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  • 24 Feb 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Sampling and methodology

We aimed to interrogate how organisations attempted to implement beliefs and practices of open source software movements and compared it with the new model we have defined as open innovation, taking into account infrastructure, platforms, policies and market standards that provided a context on which local innovators can build. more
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  • 03 Mar 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Understanding the role of large-scale digital platforms in India

India Stack Since 2009, the government of India has been building the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which was headed by Nandan Nilekani, the co-founder of Infosys (DiBiasio, 2020, DigFingroup.com). It was under UIDAI that Aadhaar was created, which is seen by some as a revolutionary attempt to usher in a new era of digital productivity in the country, specifically in the finan… more
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  • 03 Mar 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Findings: Digital divide

Clarity is required, when looking at the role of open innovation in the tech ecosystem in India, on how the ecosystem affects different stakeholders in different contexts and what innovation means in such situations. As highlighted in our sampling and methodology section we viewed three large demographics: undigitized, semi-digitized and completely digitised stakeholders in the tech sector in Ind… more
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  • 03 Mar 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Findings: Role of smaller players and semi-digitised organisations

Beyond the digital divide and the enablers of such division there exists further stratification in tech based organisations in the country. As highlighted in the previous sections, funding plays a large role in the creation of tech organisations and their products. Often leading to the mushrooming of organisations that propose solutions mimicking or aiding a well funded tech company. more
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  • 03 Mar 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project

Findings: Large-scale digital public infrastructure

From the other two sections we see two large forks in the road of the tech ecosystem in India, with VC funded startups whose focus is on growth and profits and semi-digitized entities that work with final stakeholders to create tech enabled solutions. However, according to our participants funding alone does not guarantee success and the absorption of a larger stake in the ecosystem. more
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  • 03 Mar 2022

Mozilla Open Innovation Project: Understanding Innovation in the Indian Tech Ecosystem

Sampling and Methodology

We aimed to interrogate how organisations attempted to implement beliefs and practices of open source software movements and compared it with the new model we have defined as open innovation, taking into account infrastructure, platforms, policies and market standards that provided a context on which local innovators can build. more
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  • 10 Mar 2022

testfold3

Test submission

Test submission Hit the ground running we need evergreen content, so drive awareness to increase engagement touch base the right info at the right time to the right people, nor poop going forward. Marginalised key performance indicators blue sky, or tbrand terrorists mumbo jumbo. Focus on the customer journey business impact design thinking scope creep. But what’s the real problem we’re trying to… more
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  • 30 Oct 2023

testfold3

test submission2

Hit the ground running we need evergreen content, so drive awareness to increase engagement touch base the right info at the right time to the right people, nor poop going forward. Marginalised key performance indicators blue sky, or tbrand terrorists mumbo jumbo. Focus on the customer journey business impact design thinking scope creep. But what’s the real problem we’re trying to solve here?. Po… more
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  • 30 Oct 2023