E-Waste Regulation in India

Gitanjali SadanLaw

E-Waste Regulation in India

We cannot imagine a world without electrical and electronic equipment around us. These types of equipment include your refrigerator, mobile phone, laptop, microwave oven, etc. But do you know what happens after your devices are no longer usable? They become … Read More

Niraj Cement Structurals Ltd. v. Union of India

Samiksha UniyalCase Summary

Territorial jurisdiction and Section 13 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

Niraj Cement Structurals Ltd. v. Union of India In the High Court of Manipur WA 17/2019 Before Chief Justice R. Sudhakar and Justice L. Jamir Decided on August 20, 2020 Relevancy of the Case: Territorial jurisdiction and Section 13 of … Read More

Navaz Shariff v. State of Karnataka

Gitanjali SadanCase Summary

Bail application in a case involving fabrication and using fake cards

Navaz Shariff v. State of Karnataka In the High Court of Karnataka Crl. P. 6961/2017 Before Justice Rathnakala Decided on October 07, 2017 Relevancy of the case: Bail application in a case involving fabrication and using fake cards Statutes and … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Cyber Squatting in India

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A Beginner's Guide to Cyber Squatting in India

A domain name is the website address that allows visitors to find a person, company, or organisation on the internet. One may observe that every other company has a domain name, which sometimes becomes brands in and of themselves over … Read More

Much Ado About Sexting

Vidhi JainLaw

Much Ado About Sexting

Today, we live in a world where even a kindergarten child needs a mobile phone to study. Thanks to the pandemic, we all have become slaves of technology. Is it even possible to imagine our lives without our mobile phone, … Read More

Is it illegal to watch porn on Telegram?

Gitanjali SadanLaw

Is it illegal to watch porn on Telegram?

When an individual moves from physical space to cyber space, there comes a behavioural change in the person. Individuals often find cyber space more liberating and less judgemental towards their actions. This shift in behaviour is called the space transition … Read More

Can employers collect vaccination data from their employees?

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Can employers collect vaccination data from their employees

Many offices are now opening or planning to open soon with the increasing coverage of COVID-19 vaccines. To ensure the safety of their workplaces, some employers request their employees to submit a vaccination certificate to record their vaccination status. These … Read More

Hentai, Child Porn, and India

Hariom TiwariLaw

Hentai, Child Porn, and India

Should we worry about drawings? The usual way of determining whether a thing is so bad that it should be declared illegal and is of harm. If a thing harms no one, one should (ideally) not be stopped from doing … Read More

Big Tech, Politics, and Scandals

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Big Tech, Politics, and Scandals

When Christopher Wylie was in his mid-teens, he expressed hopes of becoming a statesman. If not, he assumed he would be another small merchant resorting to Machiavellian methods to sell petty goods. A decade later, he finds a place in the list … Read More

Can minors use online dating applications?

Srushti IyerLaw

Can minors use dating applications_

Online dating has become a common part of day-to-day lives. Some may use a dating app for finding a suitable partner; while others are simply looking for friends. However, should online dating platforms be available for everyone to use, including … Read More