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Courtroom Technology: How telejustice can revamp India’s legal system

Different courtroom technology including video conferencing can be saviour to revamp India’s legal processes by providing critical communication links between courtrooms, offices, visitation centres or prisons
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eGov: National eCourts Project needs sincere efforts to achieve targets, says Justice Madan B Lokur

The Phase II of the National eCourts Project has been approved with a cost of Rs 1670 crore and it aims at delivering 30 different services to the litigants through seven different platforms.
Comparitech in a study placed India among the bottom five non-EU nations when it comes to protecting privacy of citizens.

Not in good league: India just next to Russia and China on protecting citizens privacy

India may have made a start in recognising privacy and data security, but it is next only to Russia and China when it comes to its surveillance framework and is dubbed as a country with “systemic failure to maintain privacy safeguards”
Blockchain, Startup, Healthcare, Healthureum

Blockchain startup Healthureum raises $15 million for healthcare project

Healthureum, a blockchain based healthcare startup announced raising of $15 million in the bounty program of its Pre-ICO campaign.
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