February 07, 2020
How India’s data bill falls short of offering solutions for regulating digital competition
Vikram Sinha wrote the fourth in an IDFC Institute-ThePrint partnership series, part of the Data Governance Network’s work on data governance policies and infrastructure in India. The views are of the individual author....
January 31, 2020
To keep up with tech and regulate WhatsApp & Amazon, India must adopt ‘futures thinking’
The use of technology and data in India is evolving beyond the State's capacity to keep up. If it wants to have effective regulations, it must think ahead of the curve instead of being reactive in its policymaking.
January 31, 2020
Antitrust and Zero-price Digital Platforms: An Indian Regulatory Approach
The unique characteristics of digital platforms make it difficult to use a traditional antitrust approach to to them. This is even more true of zero-price platforms. However, Indian competition regulation can be interpreted in a way that allows for r...
January 29, 2020
UPI’s rapid growth proves India can build world-class payments infrastructure from scratch
Writing in ThePrint, Venkatesh Hariharan discusses how UPI's success story demonstrates India's ability to build world-class payments infrastructure from scratch.
January 24, 2020
Ayushman Bharat can be a success if Modi govt incentivises digital data for private players
In this article, Prakhar Misra and Alex Fager explain the need for Personal Data Protection Bill to be in conjunction with the National Digital Health Blueprint....
January 15, 2020
Appointing the DPA: A Problem of Efficiency
As part of the Data Governance Network, Prakhar Misra discusses legislation in the making for data protection.
June 12, 2019
The problems of regulating digital markets
Modern competition policies are poorly equipped to deal with the unique nature of digital markets.