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TAIPA urges Karnataka not to observer the Right of Way rules, 2016 of Modi government

TAIPA urges Karnataka not to observer the Right of Way rules, 2016

TAIPA said that draft tower policy is in contradiction of the Right of Way rules, 2016 notified by the Indian Government.
SC verdict on right to privacy gives identity access a legitimate perspective, says Aniket Jain of Solutions Infini. (Photo/Agency)

SC verdict on right to privacy gives identity access a legitimate perspective

Supreme Court's verdict on right to privacy as a citizen's fundamental right will advance major amendments in the Indian individual's life and liberty.
With strict laws on data privacy coming in, expert legal advice can't be an afterthough for startups and small businesess.

Data Privacy for startups: Here’s why legal advice can’t be an afterthought

With strict laws on data privacy coming in, it is high time when entrepreneurs should start including the cost of having themselves covered from any legal issue pertaining to compliance.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi government new draft rules on intermediary liability are blunt and disproportionate, says Mozilla

Mozilla says Modi govt new draft rules on intermediary liability are blunt and disproportionate

Mozilla has raised five main concerns with MeitY stating that the proactive obligation on services to remove "unlawful" content will inevitably lead to over-censorship and chill free expression.
Aadhaar Verdict Live: CJI Dipak Misra, Justice AM Khanwilkar to concur with one of the 3 judges who will present separate opinions: Report

SC trims centre adventurism on Aadhaar, now only needed for welfare schemes, PAN, IT Returns

The five-judge Constitution Bench of Supreme Court is all set to deliver its verdict on a clutch of petitions challenging Aadhaar on various grounds.
Google sends reply to Delhi Police on CBSE paper leak case

Google sends reply to Delhi Police on CBSE paper leak case

Delhi Police's Crime Branch has got a reply from Google on the details it had sought pertaining CBSE Paper leak case of Class 10 Mathematics
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Facebook Cambridge Analytica Scandal: Article 72A of Information Technology Act not enough to protect user’s data

As per section 72A, securing access and providing ‘any material containing personal information about an-other person’ without consent of that person, or in breach of contract of a service is punishable with imprisonment or fine, or both.
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Data Privacy Day 2018: Top 5 tips to protect your online privacy, security

Data Privacy 2018: The exploitation of data is happening at a massive scale. So, like never before in the history, the data privacy is more relevant and important today
Zerodium which specialises in reselling zero-day exploits has offered $500,000 (Rs 3 crore) for finding zero-day exploits in WhatsApp (Photo/Agency)

Hack WhatsApp, get Rs 3 crore, says Zerodium

US-based security firm Zerodium which specialises in acquiring and reselling zero-day exploits has offered $500,000 (Rs 3 crore) for finding zero-day exploits in secure messaging platforms including WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram.
Rajesh Maurya, Regional Vice President, India & SAARC at Fortinet

Need to bolster banking apps security on mobile devices: Fortinet’s Rajesh Maurya

Exploits targeting banking apps on mobile devices, are a significant part of the growing threat trend that must be addressed, says Rajesh Maurya, Regional Vice President, India & SAARC at Fortinet
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