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Mar 14, 2017
Joseph Cannataci recommends 'surveillance warrants' to tackle govts breaching individuals' privacy in UN reportThe top UN expert on privacy in his latest report has recommended the creation of a legal instrument to tackle the problem of “thousands of requests” for access to data that tech giants face from governments across the world.
Mar 06, 2017
Mandatory Aadhaar for welfare is fine but govt should address privacy, connectivity issues firstThe Aadhaar project has its uses, certainly, but it is time for some stock-taking of its implementation, including concerns about its creep
Feb 07, 2017
Right to be forgotten: How a prudent Karnataka HC judgment could pave the way for privacy laws in IndiaIn a rare case, the Karnataka High Court accepted, approved and upheld the concept of and the right to be forgotten, which was unheard of before in India.
Jan 05, 2017
Aadhar data collection by private agencies not good idea, says Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court on Thursday refused to expedite the hearing of Aadhar cases challenging the constitutional validity of the scheme but observed that data collection by private agencies is not a good idea.
Oct 24, 2016
Jayalalithaa's health: Respect of privacy is justified, adulation bordering on paranoia is notNot only has the state’s business of the day come to a halt, but no one is prepared to take charge and stand in for the indisposed leader in case it is misunderstood by her when she returns.
Sep 15, 2016
Girl sues parents for sharing embarrassing childhood photos on Facebook18-year-old Austrian girl sued her parents for allegedly posting pictures, including embarrassing and intimate images from her childhood
Aug 23, 2016
Extending Aadhaar to more areas is a hare-brained idea, it should be droppedThe insistence of Aadhaar on purchase of vehicles, landline and mobile phone connections and demat accounts is seriously violative of privacy and has enormous potential for misuse. The proposal to extend Aadhhar has to be stopped in its tracks.
Jul 18, 2016
Qandeel Baloch murder: Why are we fascinated by death in all its gore?A picture of a dead Qandeel Baloch, the Pakistani women’s liberation icon who was murdered by an unrepentant brother. Is there no privacy left?
Apr 22, 2016
San Bernardino attacker's iPhone cost FBI over $1 million to crackArray
Mar 19, 2016
Mr Prime Minister, please ensure privacy rights for all Indians: MP Rajeev ChandrasekharI would urge the govt to explore the possibility of either a new privacy legislation, or review and amend the existing IT Act, Section 43 A at the earliest