The Executive Committee meeting of Swecha (Telangana) held on the 14th of June 2020 has taken the following decisions:
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When we speak about ‘Digital freedom’, it is the universal access, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to privacy, and the right to creativity, development and innovation.
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Swecha is a non-profit organization formerly called as Free Software Foundation Andhra Pradesh later changed name to Swecha which is also the first Telugu Operating System released in year 2005, Swecha is a part of Free Software Movement of India.
Address: Swecha Sy. No. 91, Beside Centre for Good Governance, Greenlands colony,Svm, Jawaharlal, Nehru Outer Ring Rd, Madhava Reddy Colony, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana 500032
Ola Bini is a developer, not a criminal.
As technologists, free and open source developers, and individuals and organizations working to protect the security of the Internet, we wish to protest in the strongest terms the continuing illegal detention in Ecuador of Ola Bini, a cyber-security expert, privacy consultant, free software contributor and advocate of digital rights. We see his ongoing, preventive detention as arbitrary and as an attack against us all.
Voter deletions in Telangana is a contentious issue with much debate and many complaints to the Election Commission of India (ECI) by political parties and voters. People have approached the High Court in Hyderabad for justice, which has not yet been delivered for all those voters who could not vote in the 2018 Telangana Assembly Elections. At the center of all of these voter deletions in Telangana is a Aadhaar project calle State Resident Data Hub (SRDH). The united Andhra Pradesh state was an early adopter of the Aadhaar project implementing it in the state as early as 2010.