Monthly Archives: September 2017

Why We need a Data Breach Protection Act rather than Data Protection Act

Our honorable Minister of IT Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad has stated that India will create a Global bench mark with its Data Protection Act which is being drafted now. While we welcome the goal set by the Minister, it is … Continue reading

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Equifax Data Breach… What are the learning points for our Data Protection Act?

The Equifax Data Breach in USA is considered one of the most severe data breach of all times. For records, it is said that the largest data breach in terms of records compromised was Yahoo data breach with 1 billion … Continue reading

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There is no miracle cure for Blue Whale Challenge… Every one including Privacy Activists need to contribute…

As we wake up today to the news that two boys in Bangalore were detected to have been playing Blue whale challenge “game”, the threat seems to be spreading fast. Bangalore is reported to be the sixth city in the … Continue reading

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Dear Mr Arun Jaitely, Has Finance Ministry been compromised?… on Bitcoin issue?

It is time to directly call the attention of our honourable Finance Minister Mr Arun Jaitely on what his department is upto as regards the Bitcoin issue…. Hence this open letter… Dear Honourable Finance Minister Mr Arun Jaitely, I have … Continue reading

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Google is the best teacher in the Digital World. But is it forgetting its basic reason for existence?

On the occasion of the “Teacher’s Day” today, it is appropriate to spare a few thoughts on the role of “Teaching” in the Digital Era. “Teaching” essentially involves “Knowledge Transfer” and it may happen either within the four walls of … Continue reading

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Oppo taking over Police Stations in Karnataka

In continuation of our earlier discussions I am posting here some photographs : As we can observe, all Police stations in Ramanagara sport the OPPO brand so prominently that it appears that the Police Station belongs to OPPO. In the … Continue reading

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