Mass surveillance in India
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Mass surveillance in India may refer to the following:
- Programmes of the Indian government
- Central Monitoring System, run by Centre for Development of Telematics.
- NATGRID, the national integrated intelligence grid.
- Lawful Intercept and Monitoring (LIM), run by Centre for Development of Telematics.
- Telecom Enforcement Resource and Monitoring, run by Department of Telecommunications.
- DRDO NETRA, run by Intelligence Bureau and Research and Analysis Wing.
- Aadhaar, run by Unique Identification Authority of India.
- Programmes run by foreign governments
- PRISM surveillance programme in India, run by National Security Agency, USA.
- Sprint Corporation - Sprint, a US mobile phone company outsources the management of its network to Ericsson, which in turn off-shores much of the work to India.
- "Forget NSA, India's Centre for Development of Telematics is one of top 3 worst online spies". India Today. 12 March 2014. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
- "CWA: Sprint buying T-Mobile would be even worse than AT&T buying T-Mobile". Yahoo. 20 January 2014. Retrieved 25 January 2014.
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