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Technology and Data Privacy

Our knowledge centre is designed to provide our readers with informative and up-to-date journals and articles to help stay informed about any recent developments in the law and its auxiliaries.

26th Mar, 2024

AI & Copyright

Introduction 2023 was a big year for generative AI. AI - or artificial intelligence -…

30th May, 2023

Regulating AI

Introduction It is undeniable that over the last 2 (two) decades or so, technology has…

11th May, 2023

Is online rummy chancier than an offline round?

Introduction States are running out of options in their efforts to ban online rummy. Jurisprudence…

12th Apr, 2023

The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 – An Analysis

Introduction The draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 (“DPDPB”) was released on November 18,…

03rd Apr, 2023

Fintech Primer - II

Introduction - Technology in Financial Transactions Banks and other financial institutions have always been at…

28th Feb, 2023

Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) - Issues and Challenges…

INTRODUCTION Digital commerce, over decades, has grown exponentially and reshaped the global business environment and…

29th Sep, 2022

Cert-in’s six hour reporting rule for cyber security incidents -…

Introduction Any person affected by a cyber security incident is required to mandatorily report such…

07th Apr, 2022

Non-Fungible Tokens - Traversing the Cryptoverse

What is an NFT? Non-fungible tokens or NFTs, as they are more popularly known, are…

17th Nov, 2021

An analysis of the Centre's FAQs on the 2021 IT…

Recently, in an attempt to “explain the nuances” of the due diligence obligations imposed upon…

19th Oct, 2021

Guidance Note on Preparation and Response to a Data Breach

Introduction An increased reliance on technology and the ubiquity of data storage online has led…

10th Dec, 2020

SCHREMS II - Impact on Indian Companies

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) on July 16, 2020 passed a…

10th Nov, 2020

Advertisers and Endorsers under the Consumer Protection Act, 2019

The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (CPA) which has recently been brought into force, includes express…


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