Category Archives: Cyber Law

Use of AI lead Compliance Software for DPDPA

As a natural development of technology there is a scramble by product manufacturers to create products and services to offer “Compliance Products”. Most of these vendors are focussing on developing a “Consent Management Solution”. The essential feature of such software … Continue reading

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Implementation Challenges of DPDPA

FDPPI has been conducting many programs around the country discussing the implementation challenges of DPDPA. We are happy to note that after initial hesitation many other consultancy organizations have shed their complacency that the rules are not notified and started … Continue reading

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Consent Managers can be sector specific specialists

The concept of “Consent Manager” in DPDPA 2023 is not understood by many. It is obviously a registered Data Fiduciary with necessary infrastructure to get themselves appointed by data principals. The registration will require some conditions that Meity may prescribe. … Continue reading

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How India is being treated as a “Third Country” by some websites

There is a need to flag the condemnable attitude of service providers including “WhatsApp” who have the temerity to approach the Indian Courts against Government regulations by treating India as a country whose regulations are ignored. I call the attention … Continue reading

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Web Scrapping Guideline from GDPR authorities

The Web scrapping industry is one of the industries like the Digital Marketing industry which would be seriously affected by the Data Protection Authorities. According to a report on Webscrapping from stellar the market for Webscraping software and services may … Continue reading

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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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