“Necessity is the mother of invention” is an English-language proverb. We are living across the continents, connected via technology and fighting against hunger, health, poverty, and illiteracy.

Internet is no less than Renaissance or the Bhakti movement. We are all on the same rocketship. An individual sitting in a remote part of the world know the power of togetherness. Technological revolutions have overthrown dictators and changed regimes. It has bough the world together during a pandemic or other natural calamities.

How many innovations of Ramanujan or their predecessors or someone in a small town in India or remote Africa would have died because there was no easy way to share, collaborate?

Technology is a great equalizer: a developed or developing world are all on the same pipe, interacting, learning, and sharing.

The technology should flow free without any interventions or ban.