Answer: a privately run, for-profit social network so powerful to tell a country the rules of political campaigns.
Tradition is merging with information technology in indian agriculture. Is this happening in the most sustainable way, or going backwards?
Or any other similar service, actually. Here is just one small example from Mumbai.
Some Indian companies recently got a lesson about file formats that the WHOLE world needs to learn. But it is a lesson that is at least ten years old.
Two months ago I signalled that little or no regulation may leave a powerful company free to not only lock up emerging markets in Asia, but also to control, in the same areas, new payment systems or distribution of information over mobile phones. That was two months ago.
Aadhaar is India’s digital identity system. By reading the right stuff about Aadhaar everybody, no matter where he or she lives, may learn a lot about crucial stuff like Free/Open Source software, Open Government and Open Data.