Important Aspects of Governance-E-Governance [IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR)]: Questions 6 - 8 of 8

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Question 6

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For governments, careful data mining from Big Data might help understand our behaviour in order to facilitate planning. Should governments rely too much on big data for planning? What cautions need to be taken? Examine critically. (250 Words)

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Background:

With technological innovations taking place every day and data generation is taking place at large the importance of big data cannot be put aside.

Government Need to Rely on Big Data:

Big Data and associated analytics are beneficial in various areas, such as:

  • Solving traffic problems in cities
  • Targeting healthcare delivery
  • Efficient supply ch…

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Question 7

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The support for net neutrality upholds the values of Indian constitutionalism. Analyse. (250 Words)

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  • Net neutrality creates rules of the road for a free and open Internet. It requires that barriers should not be created by telecom and Internet service providers for user choice by limiting their power to discriminate between content providers and different classes of content.
  • Through binding rules and regulations, the power of access pr…

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Question 8

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Despite their vital role in the global financial world, why do rating agencies fail to inspire confidence in markets and among nations? Should rating agencies be regulated? Discuss. (250 Words)

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Why Do Rating Agencies Fail to Inspire Confidence in Markets and Why Credit Rating Agencies Need to Be Regulated?

World Experiences:

  • Because of allegations of improper and inaccurate ratings occurring frequently. Such agencies have been subject to a range of lawsuits, especially after Enron՚s collapse and during the recent subprime mortgage crisis in…

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