Author Archives: Vijayashankar Na

About Vijayashankar Na

Naavi is a veteran Cyber Law specialist in India and is presently working from Bangalore as an Information Assurance Consultant. Pioneered concepts such as ITA 2008 compliance, Naavi is also the founder of Cyber Law College, a virtual Cyber Law Education institution. He now has been focusing on the projects such as Secure Digital India and Cyber Insurance

Dutch fine on Uber.. Is it justified?

The Dutch protection authority recently imposed a fine of Euro 10 million on Uber technologies for failure to disclose the full details of its retention periods to the drivers. In this context one has to question the decision from the … Continue reading

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Independent Director or Company Secretary should be the first respondents to DPDPA compliance

After August 11, 2023, DPDPA 2023 or Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2023 has become a law in India. Though the notification of rules is pending, DPDPA 2023 as of today is considered “Due Diligence” and part of “Reasonable Security … Continue reading

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“Product-DTS” -an evaluation of “Compliance Ready when in use” status under DGPSI

DGPSI (Data Governance and Protection Standard of India which is the premier framework for DPDPA Compliance in India) focusses on compliance of Data Fiduciaries who process personal data collected from India. It includes compliance requirements under DPDPA 2023, ITA 2000 … Continue reading

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Mumbai High Court should apologize to citizens of India for their Kunal Kamra judgement.

As expected Congress has used a “Fake video” of Mr Amit Shah to falsely claim that Mr Amit Shah has stated that if it comes to power, BJP will remove reservations to SC/ST etc. Actually he had said that BJP … Continue reading

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WhatsApp threatens Bharath : Great opportunity for indigenous firms

In a high court proceeding in Delhi High Court challenging the Intermediary Guidelines WhatsApp has threatened that if the Government of India goes ahead with implementation of its Intermediary Guidelines, it may be forced to quit India. WhatsApp is perhaps … Continue reading

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Sanatan Economics… A wonderful analysis

This video introduces a beautiful interpretation of economics and compares the Capitalism, Communalism and the unique concept which Dr Ankit Shah the speaker speaks about Sanatan Economics.  The video has emerged consequence  of the Rahul Gandhi Concept of “Re-distribution  of … Continue reading

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