Daily Archives: July 17, 2020

Why the Standard Contractual Clauses of GDPR are disturbing

Consequent to the EU Court’s decision to reject the US Privacy Shield, EU has expressed its lack of confidence in the US state to monitor the Privacy Shield without adversely affecting the Privacy rights of the EU Citizens. It has … Continue reading

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Twitter Hack highlights the need fo Indian PDPA Provision on Social Media Intermediary

The great Twitter hack is a serious development in the Cyber Security scenario that has many implications. It has highlighted that the security of Twitter is not good enough for the level of its operations and the sensitivity of its … Continue reading

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EU Judgement on US Privacy Shield…Is this an assault on US sovereignty?

Ever since GDPR became effective on 25th May 2018, there has been a debate as to whether the earlier arrangement between US and EU for “Adequacy” status based on the 1995 directives would be considered as “adequate” under GDPR for … Continue reading

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Banning of China Applications..Article on India Legal

Article that appeared in India Legal Print magazine    

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