Thakita, Data Protection, North Korea, and Twenty Years of Digital Empowerment: Here's what's trending on ScrollStack this week

This week, TypeRight speaks about privacy, data protection, and 20 years of digital empowerment. "In the digital age, it's easier to collect, access, analyze and use data. Who gets to do these? The internet as a business works when people share their personal data instead of the services you get. As once mentioned: If you are not paying for the service, you need to see if you are the product. You consent to this by using platforms like Facebook or WhatsApp," the article states.

Meanwhile, Shedding Light talks about Thakita: An Initiative by Pravin Mani for independent music. "Having been a long-time associate of AR Rahman with a rich portfolio that includes prestigious projects like Slumdog Millionaire he is shifting gears to independent music.  It's his genuine and ambitious vision to offer an easy portal to novel, paradigm shifting and unconventional South Indian, particularly Tamil, independent music," the article states.

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उत्तरी कोरिया में हँसना मना है और तुर्की में अर्दुआन का सनकी अर्थशास्त्र by Anand Pradhan

We somehow blamed Nazar for my daughter's Covid by S Mitra Kalita

Chapter Twenty-Eight: On Privacy, Data Protection, and our Twenty Years of Digital Empowerment by TypeRight

Thakita: An Initiative by Pravin Mani for independent music by Shedding Light

Interview with a webcomic artist who traveled Africa for his craft by Vijayendra Mohanty

Dil Bekaraar: The Christmas Special We Need by Anisha Saigal

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