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One year after Supreme Court's landmark judgement, India still remains unclear on privacy rights
The heady optimism following the judgment is beginning to wane in the absence of a practical law that enforces the rights it asserted.
· Aug 24, 2018 · 08:00 am
In age of big data, routine information can be sensitive – and Indian law doesn’t protect us enough
The harvesting of 50 million Facebook users’ data for Trump’s presidential campaign underscores new challenges for data protection.
· Mar 20, 2018 · 08:00 am