Formality is Boring & Overrated | Bruhad Dave

Bruhad Dave I have often felt that I, unlike some people I know, am not so invested in any pursuit or subject, that I can safely call myself any sort of authority where it is concerned. For example, I have a few friends who are irrevocably on their way to become lawyers (so you really ought to avoid trying to sue me for my opinions, … Continue reading Formality is Boring & Overrated | Bruhad Dave

Bring Down The Racists (Part II) | Swagat Baruah

Swagat Baruah This is the second and the part of the series on the debate on bringing down statues of human rights violators. Click here for the first part. Such movements are gathering storm around the world and the question that it seeks to address is how a country must deal with a history carrying human rights violation and human rights offenders. However, let us … Continue reading Bring Down The Racists (Part II) | Swagat Baruah

Net Neutrality in Indonesia | Tejas Rao

Article 28 provides a clear hint that freedom of expression cannot be exercise not in accordance with the attribution from the law. This hint generates contradiction which what is the essence of freedom of expression when to express it, the law plays major role to determine what can be expressed, rather than the decision from the people itself. Once again, Electronic Information & Transaction (EIT) Law will be quite an example of this situation. Continue reading Net Neutrality in Indonesia | Tejas Rao