Monthly Archives: March 2019

India to be the Hub of International Personal Data Processing.. Objective of PDPSI

[In continuation of the earlier article/s on PDPSI, we proceed to unravel the further details of  the Personal Data Protection Standard of India (PDPSI). The objective of the standard is to make available a open source guideline to Indian Companies … Continue reading

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Implementation Responsibility under Personal Data Protection Standard of India

[In continuation of the earlier article/s on PDPSI, we proceed to unravel the further details of  the Personal Data Protection Standard of India (PDPSI) The objective of the standard is to make available a open source guideline to Indian Companies … Continue reading

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Why 16 types of Data are indicated in PDPSI?

[PDPSI is the Personal Data Protection Standard of India as issued by Cyber Law College, the academic arm of Naavi.org. The objective of the standard is to make available a open source guideline to Indian Companies to comply with Privacy … Continue reading

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Data Classification is the first and most important element of PDPSI

Personal Data Protection Standard of India (PDPSI) is the standard being developed by Cyber Law College of Naavi to assist the compliance of Personal Data Protection regulations in India. We had earlier mentioned the first version of PDPSI as PDPSI-0219. … Continue reading

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Data Protection Standard of India-(DPSI)

We have earlier discussed the broad contours of Naavi’s  “Personal Data Protection Standard of India” (PDPSI) followed by Ujvala Consultant’s Pvt Ltd. The PDPSI is meant to cover the requirements of Data Protection by Indian Companies exposed to the compliance … Continue reading

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Law Colleges in Bangalore are coming off age

It was interesting to note that one of the law colleges in Bangalore has announced a moot court competition which recognizes some of the latest developments in the field of technology and law in India. It is a general observation … Continue reading

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