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The nine-judge bench of India’s Supreme Court has just ruled that “privacy is intrinsic to freedom of life and personal liberty” guaranteed in
Data protection in India is a fragile concept, heavily reliant on one sided user contracts between corporations and citizens.
As the Supreme Court finds itself in the midst of a heated debate on privacy, Parminder Jeet Singh muses on the implications for a citizen oriented right to privacy in the digital ag
In this piece for The Hindu, Parminder Jeet Singh calls attention to the usurp
On June 28, 2017 Anita Gurumurthy joined Nicole Shephard in a tweetchat organized by GenderITorg to discuss the impact of Big Data on gender and women’s rights.
In this piece, Prabir Purkayastha outlines the dangers of discrimination against vulnerable and marginalized communities that can arise
What are the implications for e-commerce issues in the 19th round of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiations?
This is an article about the Aadhar Act and how to poses a risk to citizens' right to privacy in India.
This article examines the new concerns for privacy emerging in the age of data-based governance, using the UID/Aadhaar scheme in India as a case in point.
The article critically examines US government's withdrawal from direct oversight over ICANN, and argues that the jurisdictional controls over ICANN that the US retains means that ICANN can hardly be said to have become independent of the US state.