Monthly Archives: October 2022

Amendment to Schedule I of ITA 2000 -Conflicts with NI Act and New Fraud Risks

At a time there are discussions about ITA 2000 being revamped and replaced with a new version of a Digital India Act, a major amendment has been made to the ITA 2000 through a Gazette Notification Though this appears to … Continue reading

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Digital Society Day 2022 celebrated

FDPPI and Naavi.org successfully celebrated the virtual event to celebrate the Digital Society Day 2022, on October 17, 2022. A Brief report of the event is presented below. The event started with a brief welcome from T C Manju, Consultant … Continue reading

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Why October 17 is a day to remember

We in India remember August 15 as our Independence day. We also remember January 26 as our Republic Day.¬† Similarly October 17 is a day to remember as the day when a legally recognized Digital Society was born in India. … Continue reading

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Relevance of ITA 2000 in modern Digital India

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Employee Privacy an Enigma for Compliance Managers

In the Privacy domain, the “Employee Privacy” is one aspect of Privacy Management that often has a direct conflict with the Data Protection Compliance regime. Under GDPR we have seen that Courts and Supervisory authorities have¬† ruled that even an … Continue reading

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Data Localization ..Is there anything to dilute?

Economic Times carries an interesting article on the “Shape of Things to Come” as the MeitY continues to work on the modified PDPB 2019, stating that “Reworked Personal Data Bill may relax rules on data localization” The article quotes the … Continue reading

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