Md Saimum Reza Talukder | The Daily Star
  • Md Saimum Reza Talukder

    Md Saimum Reza Talukder is an advocate in Judge Court, Dhaka and currently studying law and digital technologies at Leiden University, Netherlands.

  • Self-incrimination through forced revelations of journalistic data

    In this age of intelligent machines, journalists often keep information that is sensitive, confidential and self-evidentiary in their laptops or mobile phones, or in cloud storage facilities.
  • Rozina Islam

    The colonial hangover of official secrecy

    South Asian countries share common traditions, heritage, culture and history. Thus it is not surprising that Bangladesh, India and Pakistan also share the colonial legacy of repressive and authoritarian laws, often called the “colonial hangover”.
  • Will vaccine nationalism lead to the exclusion of Rohingya refugees?

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has adopted “leaving no one behind” and “equitable access to vaccines” as the basic principles for Covid-19 vaccination around the world. GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, has also set up “equitable and sustainable use of vaccines” and “leaving no one behind” as the core of their high-level strategy for worldwide immunisation.
  • Uncertainties Abound

    Being a visionary of Digital Bangladesh since 2008, our current government has achieved much success and overcome digital divides in order to ensure access to internet at the upazila/thana level in the country.
  •  burned Rohingya village

    How 'humanitarian technology' can help deal with Rohingya crisis

    Since August 25, 2017, the world has experienced one of the most brutal and fastest-growing humanitarian crises that led to the “textbook example of ethnic cleansing” involving the Rohingya community in Myanmar.