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COVID-19 : Privacy on the second rung?

COVID-19 has de-globalized the world and yet, ushered a new global citizenship, where the order is simple – solidarity in isolation. In battling the highly contagious pandemic,...

Regulating non-personal data: Indian case

Non-personal data broadly refers to data that standalone or in combination with other data does not directly or indirectly result in identification of a natural person (NPD)....

Cross-border data transfer – India’s attempt at data localization

Regulating flow of data across national borders is increasingly viewed as an essential mechanism for implementing national data protection and privacy laws extraterritorially. Most jurisdictions impose conditions...

Rights of data principal

Empowering data principal to exercise certain rights vis-à-vis their personal data is a fundamental element for creation of a robust data protection framework. Exercise of data principal...
non personal data

Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 versus 2018 – Part 2

In Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 versus 2018 – Part 1, we delved into the changes in concept of personal data, purpose limitation, retention period and notice requirements....
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