Category Archives: Cyber Law

“Naavi” Android app is now available on Google Playstore

Accessing Naavi.org which many users describe as the Wikimedia of Cyber Laws is now available on Android playstore as a mobile app. The download link is here. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.naavi.org Download today. Kindly note that Naavi has no relationship with Navi.co.in, navi … Continue reading

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Data Protection Compliance Consultancy from Ujvala in association with FDPPI

The uncertainty over the Data Protection Regulations in India are now behind us. The law in India at present is Section 43A of ITA 2000 until the DPDPB 2022 becomes an Act and notified for implementation. The law even if … Continue reading

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Half Full-Half Empty syndrome

The discussions on DPDPB 2022 in the professional circles have reminded us of the dilemma about the Glass-Half-Half-empty syndrome. Those of you who followed my series of articles on “Shape of Things to Come” are aware that I myself have … Continue reading

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Humane Penalty System under DPDPB 2022

The first thing one noticed in GDPR when it was implemented in 2018 was the fear it induced in the Data Controllers about the “Penalty” which could go upto 4% of global turnover or Euro 20 million. Since then there … Continue reading

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India Could be a Regional Leader in getting together “Like Minded Countries” as “Trusted Countries” for Cross Border Transfer

The provision in DPDPB 2022 regarding restrictions on Data Transfer outside India has evoked interesting reactions. While some are rejoicing that Data Localization has been given a go by, some are stating that this is unacceptable to many countries such … Continue reading

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Right to Erasure and Right to Forget.. Are they same?

In PDPB 2019 (Now withdrawn) there were two sections namely Section 18 and Section 20 which spoke of Right to Correction and Erasure and Right to Forget Sec 18.Right to correction and erasure. Sec 20.Right to be forgotten. (1) The … Continue reading

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