Monthly Archives: September 2019

Sri Lankan Data Protection Bill fails to learn from the Indian draft

Sri Lankan Ministry of Digital Infrastructure and Information Technology (SLMDIIT) has announced that it has finalized a framework for a Data Protection Bill defining measures to protect personal data of individuals held by Banks,Telecom Operators, Hospitals and other personal data … Continue reading

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Aadhaar Linking of social media

Following the direction of the Supreme Court to the Center to file an affidavit on its measures to regulate social media and the discussions on whether Aadhaar can be linked to the Social media accounts, UIDAI has come out with … Continue reading

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A Landmark Judgement from EU on Jurisdiction

The Yahoo’s Nazi Memorabilia case fought between the French and the US jurisdictional issues had remained so far a landmark judgement on application of Jurisdiction involving websites that can be viewed across the borders. Finally that case upheld the jurisdiction … Continue reading

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Event in Bangalore on 27th September 2019 for Corporate Counsels

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Supreme Court directs Government to find a solution for Aadhaar Linking to Social Media

The ongoing controversy of “Preventing Fake News” has now taken an interesting turn with the Supreme Court directing the Government to file an affidavit within 3 weeks on how it proposes to link Aadhaar to the social media accounts as … Continue reading

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What is Community Privacy? and who has the right of disposal?

Yesterday, there was a conference titled “Communique19” at SITM (Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management) , Pune.  (SITM is incidentally renaming itself more appropriately as Symbiosis Institute of Digital and Telecom management or SIDTM). The conference amongst other things discussed the … Continue reading

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