Obscenity & the Indian Law

Sahana ChaudhuriLaw2 Comments

Obscenity & the Indian Law

The best way to define obscenity is actually to not define it. Not because it would be lewd, overreaching or offensive in diktat but because no one has actually done it. Obscenity changes with time, values, society, popular culture etc. … Read More

Are WhatsApp Group Admins liable for fake news?

Nitish ChandanLaw6 Comments

Recently, WhatsApp has been the centre of attraction of many debates in India. Some calling action from the communication platform and some seeking assistance and accountability. While the pressing reason for this remains the incidents of mob lynching and the … Read More

Are clickwrap agreements valid in India?

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There have been many international decisions on this point and the legal situation is pretty clear. Clickwrap agreements can be looked at as those where you click on I agree, under the T&C, be it Facebook, Gmail or any such … Read More

Right to be forgotten surfaces in India

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The Right to be forgotten as the name suggests is a right that enables people to have something about them be forgotten. Alternatively, to be removed from the public domain. There could so much information about you on the Internet. … Read More

Pornography Rules in India

Nitish ChandanLaw347 Comments

(इस आर्टिकल को हिंदी में पढ़ने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें) This is another one of those posts which I am writing because of a heavy amount of search queries. “Pornography rules in India”, are there any? If you ask … Read More

Who is responsible for an Internet Banking fraud?

Nitish ChandanLaw3 Comments

An interesting question. Well, one that I’ve been asked several times about Internet Banking. However, I’ve never had a simple reply. Generally speaking, “who is responsible” for anything is a question that a judicial body answers. Advocates, Academicians, and Experts … Read More