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Sep 25, 2019
Aadhaar-social media account linking case: UIDAI asks government to make a new lawThe current legislation just enables the use of the unique identity for its schemes and subsidies.
Aug 22, 2019
Aadhaar-social media linking case: Next SC hearing to take place on 13 SeptemberThe Supreme Court recently agreed to hear FB's plea to transfer the Aadhaar-social media linking case.
Aug 21, 2019
Aadhaar-social media account linking could result in creation of a surveillance state, deprive fundamental right to privacyIt is without question that a solution is required, but it is increasingly worrying as the solutions move toward deprivation of fundamental rights and the first steps towards a possible surveillance state.
Aug 01, 2019
HRD order to 'connect' with students on social media could be misused for surveillance, silencing dissent in campuses, say expertsThe real reason behind HRD circular seeking access to varsity students' Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts appears to be surveillance, and an attempt to identify their ideologies
Apr 03, 2019
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Congress manifesto promises on net neutrality, right to privacy, regulations on fake news are iterative at bestIn essence, the promises by Congress party in its manifesto with relations to digital rights of citizen appear to be hollow. Regulating internet shutdowns looks like the only strong point among the eight enlisted
Mar 20, 2019
Despite Cambridge Analytica and upcoming elections, the govt is still sitting on critical data protection legislationWith elections less than a month away, fake news and reaching out to voters based on some kind of profiling is a possibility in India
Mar 04, 2019
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to sue the Canadian government over her December arrestCanada arrested Huawei's Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on 1 Dec. at the request of the United States.
Jan 14, 2019
Supreme Court to examine MHA's controversial 'snooping order': 4 PILs filed against Centre's 20 December orderThe Supreme Court on Monday issued a notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) regarding the government's order allowing several central investigative agencies to intercept email and phone correspondence for "national security" purposes.
Jan 10, 2019
DNA Bill: To ensure justice is 'gene'-uine, govt must ensure privacy of individuals is respected as wellThe proposed DNA Bill does not contain safeguards for eg, on why consent will be forced or assumed, exceptions to personal consent, and guidelines on sharing DNA data across borders, which are necessary to guide the exercise of this power whilst being respectful of individual liberty
Jan 04, 2019
Govt plan to amend IT rules is blunt and can lead to over-censorship warns MozillaIt has also asserted that any regulatory intervention to this “complex issue” must be preceded by a wide-ranging and participatory discussion process.