Category Archives: Cyber Law

Covid becomes an agent of Change in the Privacy scenario

The incidence of Covid and the forced need for Work From Home (WFH) as a part of an organizational culture is a disruptive change to our life style that all of us need to adopt and adapt. As Covid appears … Continue reading

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FDPPI launches 2nd Batch of Certification Training on Global Laws

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ITA 2000/8 needs further changes

It is time to recall that on 17th October 2020, we have completed 20 years of the existence of Information Technology Act 2000. The one major amendment made to the Act was in 2008.  With the passage of Personal Data … Continue reading

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20th year Anniversary of ITA 2000

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Dr Lal Pathlabs is ISO 27001 Certified… but stored sensitive data callously

Naavi.org was in the forefront of raising objection to the Section 43A rules of the MeitY in 2011 where the MeitY insisted that “ISO 27001 compliance” is deemed compliance of Section 43A. When I first wrote “Is India selling itself … Continue reading

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20th Anniversary of the Digital Society Day of India

On October 17th, India will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the birth of the digital society of India. On this day in 2000, Information Technology Act 2000 was notified. On that day, an electronic document became legally recognized as … Continue reading

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