Coming off our biggest month, here are some of our top posts from November 2014:

1. Here’s what Lenovo, Dell, HP, Toshiba, Asus, Nikon have said about e-commerce offers & warranties in India. Read it here.
Topic: Consumer Protection

2. What Mark Zuckerberg didn’t say about Internet.org. Read it here.
Topic: Net Neutrality

3. Layoffs at Yahoo India Dev Center, but it’s not being shut. Read it here.
In our follow up post, here’s why this happened.

4. Here’s what Amazon, Ebay, Flipkart, Snapdeal and others said about honoring e-commerce warranties in India. Read it here.
Topic: Consumer Protection

5. “You have the perfect liberty to sell our shares and move on from tomorrow”- Rediff CEO. Read it here.
Topic: Earnings for September 2014

6. How Amazon India deals with Fake Products. Read it here.
Topic: Consumer Protection

7. Indian govt to look into Flipkart’s Big Billion Screw-up. Read it here.
Topic: Consumer Protection

8. Skype voice calls to phones within India to be blocked from November 10. Read it here.
Topic: Internet Telephony

9. India vs West Indies Cricket: “no scores, scorecards, live commentary”, STAR tells App Developers. Read it here.
Topics: Hot News, Cricket Digital Rights

10. Now you can pay for train tickets in EMI on IRCTC. Read it here.
Topic: Digital payments

Editor’s Picks:

1. No more minimum guarantees for radio, CCI tells T-Series. Read it here

2. Would FTC’s reasons for suing AT&T for throttling bandwidth apply in India? Read it here

3. CCI says consumer brands’ authorised-sellers-only demand is “prudent business policy”. Read it here

4. I called up a Hike spammer. Read it here.

5. For every Indian woman on Facebook, there are three Indian men – Scroll.in. Read it here.

6. One week after dissing e-tailers, Future Group ties up with Amazon. Read it here

7. No copyright in email databases?Read it here

8. On making Carrier Billing independent of Carriers in India. Read it here

9. How 99Acres plans to use the $120 million it has raised. Read it here

10. On the unofficial Ramdev website that claimed to have an Ebola cure. Read it here