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Anonymization and Avatars of Data

“Anonymization” takes personal data out of the purview of most data protection regulations. Hence it is one of the objectives of data protection compliance managers to mitigate the data protection risks by pushing part of the “Protected Data” out of … Continue reading

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The Roadmap of PDPA

Personal Data Protection Act of India (PDPAI) by whatever name it will be finally called is expected to be tabled in the winter session of Parliament. (See Report here). Though the Government is under an obligation to the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Is Data Governance a subset of Data Protection or is it the Vice Versa?

So far discussions on Data Governance was restricted to the Big Data players. The Data Security professionals were more focussed on “Data Security” and everything else took a secondary place. In organizations pursuing GDPR compliance, the DPOs became key senior … Continue reading

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Additive Value hypothesis of ownership of data

Out of the three hypotheses which we took up for discussion in constituting the Naavi’s Theory of Data, we have so far discussed the “Definition hypothesis” and “Reversible life cycle hypothesis”. We shall now take up the third hypothesis through … Continue reading

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Reversible Life Cycle hypothesis of the Theory of Data

This is in continuation of our discussion on the Theory of Data to explain “What Data is” for different communities like the technologists, lawyers and business manager. In this direction we have stated that there are three hypotheses that we … Continue reading

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Theory of Data and Definition Hypothesis

Out of the three¬† main Challenges that we are trying to address in this Theory of Data, the first and most fundamental challenge is a proper definition of a “Data”, which is acceptable to the Technology persons, the Legal Persons … Continue reading

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