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Vaish Associates Advocates
The legal and regulatory tide seems to be blowing against WhatsApp and Facebook in India.
Phoenix Legal
The Information Technology (Intermediaries Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021 ("New Rules") were notified by the Ministry of Electronics...
Ikigai Law
In early May 2021, the Department of Science and Technology ("DST") released a draft National Geospatial Policy ("draft NGP") for comments.
Ikigai Law
This post examines the changes brought by the Geospatial Guidelines, 2021, and what they mean for industries relying on the use of geospatial/digital mapping data.
Magnah Law Partners
In January of 2021, WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging giant, announced key changes to its privacy policy.1 Users were given no option but to mandatorily agree to its latest
Ashok Dhingra Associates
Data is the new gold and future wars are going to be fought for this precious commodity, not in trenches or air but with computers from the confines of airconditioned offices.
HSA Advocates
The vaccination drive in India has been consistently gaining scale, providing a sense of relief to our frontline workers, elderly and those with co-morbidities.
King, Stubb & Kasiva
Whenever there is a police probe into a matter involving certain individuals, there is a reasonable expectation of privacy attributable to the police officers, till the formation of charges.
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
The internet of things (IoT) is a set-up of interconnected objects, people or systems that process and react to physical and virtual information
J. Sagar Associates
Under the Report, the NPD Committee classified NPD into three categories i.e. Public NPD, Private NPD and Community NPD.
TechLegis
It's been a year since the Indian Government introduced the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 in the Parliament
TechLegis
The recent attack on the US Capitol and the move by WhatApp to impose new privacy policies to obligate users to share personal data have once again brought to the forefront the debate on the influence of BigTech on our day to day lives, its impact and the urgent need to regulate social media.
Ikigai Law
In September 2019, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology ("MeitY") appointed a committee of experts ("Committee") to recommend a framework to regulate non-personal data...
Vaish Associates Advocates
Have you ever rummaged about something on the internet and opened a social media platform only to realise that it is now suggesting you advertisements of similar type of products and wondered...
Trilegal
The Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology constituted a Committee of Experts in September 2019, to deliberate and devise a framework for governing non-personal data.
Vaish Associates Advocates
The bill is currently being examined by the Joint Parliamentary Committee and is all set to be presented before the Parliament in the coming budget session of 2021.
NovoJuris Legal
The National Institution for Transforming India, in August 2020, had released a draft framework on Data Empowerment and Protection Architecture
Obhan & Associates
If the 21st century has been defined by the information age, data then is the new global currency
TMT Law Practice
Recent policy documents and working drafts on Artificial Intelligence issued by the Niti Aayog (or the Planning Commission under the Government of India) recognize ethical and fundamental concerns with the implementation ...
Alpha Partners
India's personal data protection framework is at its nascent stage presently since it does not cover a very large body of potential abuse scenarios.
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