Anita Gurumurthy works for IT for Change, an NGO that works at the intersection of digital technologies and social change, and is engaged in research and policy advocacy on network society, with a focus on governance, democracy and gender justice. Her work reflects a keen interest in southern frameworks and the political economy of internet governance and data regimes.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionHow to make AI work for people and planet
Whether AI will be a weapon of social injustice or an agent of positive change depends on the stories we choose to weave.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionIn a new world order driven by AI, we need to rewrite the rules of data capitalism
In the scramble for AI-led development, what would global algorithmic justice look like?
Snowden to Cambridge Analytica – making the case for the social value of privacy
Constitutionally inculcated rights and morality are slowly being undone “by the use of automated processes to assess...
Net neutrality at a crossroads: why India’s policy process has important lessons for the US
Digital equality demands that access to the internet is seen as indivisible from a democratic internet. Net...
Concretising the right to privacy in digital times: a reading of India's Supreme Court judgement
In order to protect the right to privacy, we must have legislation for the material design of our digital services.
Internet governance as seen from the Right to Development
Participatory democracy has been hijacked by business-led multistakeholderism, and 'presence and power' are replaced...