Individual liberty should not be sacrificed for the large, but ultimately hollow, goal of public order.
The judgement that Supreme Court proceedings must be televised is a good one. But some creases need to be ironed out.
The proposed Personal Data Protection Bill puts the individual at its centre, as it should. But look deeper, and flaws reveal themselves.
We should publish transcripts of judicial proceedings. This will make the working of the courts and the positions of the state transparent to all citizens.
‘A Crack in Creation’ begins the dialogue on the ethics of gene editing and the policies we need.
When it comes to data, the interests of individuals and those who control their data are aligned.
A seminal article written in 1890 provides a definition for the ages.
Reform Idea: Reduce the number of labour laws in the country by amalgamating them into simplified codes.
Bergman tries to imagine a better future that is equal parts fantastical and plausible through a three pronged strategy of universal basic income, a reduced working week and open borders.