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Aug 03, 2018
Data Protection Bill Series: Standard of consent and processing of dataThe Report acknowledges that the notice and consent framework in use today is broken.
Aug 02, 2018
Data Protection Bill Series: Obligations on data fiduciaries and compromises madeThe first place where a dilution of the rights is seen is in the requirement that the processing be lawful.
Jul 31, 2018
Data Protection Bill: Why it's critical we look at fair digital economy, state functions and surveillance reformHere are three common concerns raised in the context of the Data Protection Bill recommendations.
Jul 30, 2018
Data Protection Bill has many issues that need to be addressed, say expertsThe data protection bill in its current avatar is a double-edged sword that needs more refining.
Jul 28, 2018
Data Protection Bill Series: Quick overview of India’s draft data protection lawPart I of the series on the data protection bill with a quick overview of its various sections.
Jul 27, 2018
Srikrishna panel submits data protection bill to MEITY; no word on AadhaarThe Bill must also address issues of government overreach, accountability and issues of consent.
Jul 25, 2018
Data-protection bill draft could dilute govt accountability on Aadhaar: ReportThis draft comprising around 15 chapters covers topics such as data localisation, the creation of a data protection authority among other things
Jun 19, 2018
SC agrees to hear privacy case against Social Media Communication HubThe IB Ministry is aiming to monitor, collect and analyse data across major social media platforms.
Nov 06, 2017
United Kingdom to debate a legislation to ban social media for children under the age of 13The government's Data Protection Bill will legally enshrine the age at which children will be allowed to create accounts on social media platforms.
Oct 12, 2017
Ahead of data protection law roll out, experts caution that it shouldn't limit collection and use of dataThe experts noted that the Supreme Court judgment remains meaningless for digital Indians without a proper data protection law in place as all other existing laws, such as the Information Technology Act, 2000, do not adequately address the question of right to privacy.