Monthly Archives: November 2021

Workshop on New version of PDPB 2019 by Cyber Law College

Cyber Law College has conducted several training programs on PDPB 2019 in the last 2 years. Some of them are under the FDPPI Certificate program and some or programs conducted by Cyber Law College. For all the paid programs, Cyber … Continue reading

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A Dangerous nexus between Cricket, Bollywood and Bitcoin may develop..Should nip it in the bud

The Crypto war is expected to escalate further since it is the war between Black money and the Indian Government and it cannot subside easily without a fight. The Crypto supporters are now attacking the Indian stock markets and drawing … Continue reading

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The Crypto Rupee

The proposed “The Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021” (Crypto Bill-2021) is expected to “Prohibit” private crypto currencies and also enable issue of a RBI controlled Crypto currency. Knowing the power of corruption, we need to wait … Continue reading

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Modi is set to become a global hero as the war on Bitcoin about to end

One of the major wars that Mr Narendra Modi has been fighting is the war against corruption. The demonetization was one such effort which flushed out the enormous amount of fake currency that Pakistan had pumped in. However either due … Continue reading

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Digital Lending-Working Group Report for public Comments

RBI has released the copy of the Working group report on Digital Lending for public comments. The report is available here Comments may be sent through email before December 31, 2021 to : digitallendingwg@rbi.org.inĀ  The committee was chaired by Mr … Continue reading

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7 members of JPC submit dissent note on PDPB

An interesting phase in the history of data protection law in India has started with the presentation of the new version of PDPB2021 by the JPC to the Speaker. It will become public once the bill is formally presented. Until … Continue reading

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