Privacy on the agenda of Indian telecom sector

Posted on June 7, 2007  /  0 Comments

For those who believed that privacy issues will take a long time come up in South Asia . . . The relevant definition is “the ability to control the boundary conditions of social interactions.”

BBC NEWS | South Asia | India cell phone curbs welcomed

Indian cellular phone companies and phone users have welcomed a government move to curb unsolicited calls and text messages from tele-marketers.The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India said on Tuesday that in three months time subscribers would be able to register on a “do not call” list.

Firms breaking the rules face a fine of 500 rupees ($13) for each call or text.

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