Monthly Archives: January 2019

The EVM Hacking…..Despicable Lies to Soften Targets

It is terribly unfortunate that the Congress Party under Sonia/Rahul has turned one of the biggest enemies of the country just because it wants to capture power. While it is its right to fight the election and win, it has … Continue reading

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Umashankar Judgement upheld by TDSAT

S Umashankar Vs ICICI Bank was a historic adjudication decision of the Adjudicator of Tamil Nadu in decided in 2010 (Complaint filed in 2008). The award had held ICICI Bank liable to pay compensation to the customer because the Bank … Continue reading

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Virtual Cards for Credit Cards also

RBI has issued  guidelines on tokenisation for debit / credit / prepaid card transactions as a part of its s endeavour to enhance the safety and security of the payment systems in the country.  Accordingly RBI will permit  authorised card payment networks to offer … Continue reading

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Limited Liability also for Cyber crimes in PPI

The Reserve Bank of India has issued a circular “Customer Protection – Limiting Liability of Customers in Unauthorised Electronic Payment Transactions in Prepaid Payment Instruments (PPIs) issued by Authorised Non-banks” on January 4, 2019. This is similar to the circular … Continue reading

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An innovative way of implementing the Intermediary Guidelines under Section 79

We are all aware of UDRP or INDRP which is a Dispute Resolution Policy adopted by all Domain Name Registrars for resolving disputes arising out of conflicting domain name registrations. The policy is embedded into all domain name registration contracts … Continue reading

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Why Pull Up Central Government when the mistake lies with the State Governments?

The Supreme Court of India is hearing a petition filed by the Internet Freedom Foundation on an allegation that 22 people have been arrested under Section 66A of ITA 2000/8 which has been scrapped by the Supreme Court in the … Continue reading

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