Centre for Internet & Society

The 2G Judgment of December 2017: What Was It About?

by Shyam Ponappa

The judgment provides a critique of how no proper evidence was presented on existence of an FCFS policy and its improper implementation.

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The tragedy of the unused commons

by Shyam Ponappa

Hope for the good sense and guts to handle it.

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Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler's Views On Auctions

by Shyam Ponappa

The government has already set up a Nudge unit; now, it should apply the Nobel laureate's insights on auctions relating to essential infrastructure.

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NPAs & Structural Issues

by Shyam Ponappa

To fix one you need to fix the others.

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CIS Comments on TRAI Consultation Paper on Promoting Local Telecom Equipment Manufacturing

by Anubha Sinha

The Centre for Internet & Society (CIS) sent comments to the TRAI Consultation Paper on promoting telecom equipment manufacturing. CIS submission drew primarily from the research done in the Pervasive Technologies project.

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Response Submission on TRAI's Consultation Paper on Privacy, Security and Ownership of Data in Telecom Sector

by Amber Sinha, Elonnai Hickok and Udbhav Tiwari

CIS submitted its comments on the consultation paper on privacy, security and ownership of data in telecom sector which was published by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India on August 9, 2017.

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Revamp Telecom Sector & Revive The Economy

by Shyam Ponappa

Share infrastructure and spectrum, and adopt revenue-sharing for growth. There’s little doubt our economy is facing a slough of problems, including misdirection and loss of momentum.

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A New Telecom Policy That Works

by Shyam Ponappa

A sound NTP-2018 requires sustainable, integrated policies that address our realities.

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Broadband Reforms for Local Manufacturing

by Shyam Ponappa

Broadband in India needs reforms for local manufacturing and for infrastructure expansion and utilisation.

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Policies to Sustain India's Market

by Shyam Ponappa

The question is whether policies can be better framed to harness the market potential. Why is so much investment flowing into India's securities markets?

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