Monthly Archives: June 2019

Increasing Focus emerges on ODR

Naavi has been in the forefront of promoting the concept of ODR. (Online Dispute Resolution). The full details of the service as recommended and ready for pilot implementation is available at www.odrglobal.in  . The concept of ODR that Naavi is … Continue reading

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Bombay High Court Rules on E Mail usage

On May 3rd 2019, a State Gazette Notification was released in Maharashtra regarding the use of Electronic Mail Services by the Bombay High Court. The notification No P.0703/Rule/BHC is called “Bombay High Court Service of Processes by Electronic Mail Services … Continue reading

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Status of Cyber Insurance in India

Naavi has been one of the early proponents of Cyber Insurance in India. This site carries many articles in the past on the subject of Cyber Insurance (Refer here). Additionally, www.cyberinsurance.org.in  contains many of these articles in one place. In … Continue reading

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CERT IN should recognize that McAfee Products could be a Security Risk to India

Bitcoin battle has now assumed bigger dimensions and escalated into a “Cyber War proposition” mooted by one of the prominent Anti Virus and Security product manufacturer namely “John McAfee”.  It is not clear if Mr McAfee has any controlling interest … Continue reading

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Dear John McAfee, If you declare war on India, be ready for retaliation

John McAfee who some times back  vowed that he would unmask the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto and said “Finding Satoshi is a piece of cake” has now declared “War on India” in support of Bitcoin. Knowing the brilliance of this … Continue reading

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Leading Banks across the world Ban Bitcoin transactions

It was heartening to read an article in todaysgazette.com that “Leading Banks across the world are Blocking Crypto currencies” . According to the report, In the U.S., several banks have banned their users from using their credit cards to buy … Continue reading

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