Monthly Archives: January 2013

Internet Censorship drives business out of India

The Twitter Transparency Report is reported to have indicated that during the last 6 months of 2012, Twitter received two requests covering 16 accounts demanding for removal of content. One of the requests was from a Court and the other from … Continue reading

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HIPAA-HITECH Act Data Breach Audit

The Final Rule on HIPAA-HITECH Act released by HHS after a prolonged public discussion makes some changes in the way the Data Breach notification needs to be handled by Covered Entities and Business Associates. The key points of the Final … Continue reading

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Kapil Sibal on Headlines Today with Rahul Kanwal

On 26th and 27th of this month, Headlines Today broadcast an interesting discussion  with Mr Kapil Sibal, the minister of Communications and IT. The discussion put Mr Sibal in the center stage and direct questions were put to him by … Continue reading

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Mobile Apps.. Guidelines on Privacy

California Department of Justice has released a set of guidelines for Mobile Apps developers which act as “privacy Practice Recommendations”. The practices recommended here are expected to help in the compliance of the California Online privacy protection Act (COPPA) Being … Continue reading

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Mis-perceptions about Section 66A

Section 66A of ITA 2008 has been one of the most abused sections of the Act in recent days. There is also a discussion about the constitutional validity of this section on  whether this section infringes on the constitutional “Right … Continue reading

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Silicon India interview

Naavi was recently interviewed by Silicon India. The interview is available in the community page of Silicon India. A link is available here.  The interview is presented in the physical society identity of Naavi. The theme of the interview is basically … Continue reading

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