SC verdict on AGR: Telcos have long ignored the warning signals on revenue underreporting; cartelisation won't help this time
The Supreme Court decision of giving three months is liberal considering the stringent provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016
Surveillance is no new issue in India, the desire to control is universal, no matter who is in power.
The Cabinet has approved amendments to the Telegraph Act and Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
The Supreme Court had struck down Section 57 of the Aadhaar Act that made seeding of the biometric ID with SIMs and bank accounts mandatory, saying it had no legal backing.
Data Protection Bill: Why it's critical we look at fair digital economy, state functions and surveillance reform
Here are three common concerns raised in the context of the Data Protection Bill recommendations.
The regulations encompass a wider spectrum of entities than are traditionally regulated by TRAI.
The Aadhaar project had the support of two governments, since it had been commenced when the Congress was in power.
The advocate representing UIDAI said that the mandatory Aadhaar-mobile number linking move was based on the Supreme Court's order to verify a mobile number.
The Department of Telecom (DoT) may soon allow central agencies to tap your phone without requiring any prior authorization.