Monthly Archives: May 2016

IRCTC hacking.. What Next?

It has been reported that the IRCTC servers have been hacked and data base of millions of users compromised. See article here It is also learnt that the information is available on CDs for Rs 15000/- . (From unconfirmed private … Continue reading

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Digital Signature misuse reported in Bengaluru has several times brought to the attention of the public that certain certifying authorities are not following proper procedures for issue of Digital Signature Certificates and this can lead to frauds. Earlier, one person associated with a Registration Authority … Continue reading

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Will HHS impose a hefty fine on American Dental Association?

In what may be described as an unfortunate but grim reminder of the risks that we run in the Cyber Space, American Dental Association (ADA) appears to have exposed itself to a risk of a hefty fine from the Department … Continue reading

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Wiping Every Tear from Every Eye.. Forget Courts…Transform from Litigation to ODR

During a recent meeting of Chief Justices of High Courts, the Chief Justice of India, Mr T.S.Thakur broke down emotionally with the burden of a perceived guilt of the Judiciary in not being able to reduce the pendency of cases. … Continue reading

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