डिजिटल इंडिया मिथक: इन्कॉग्निटो मोड

यश जैनCyber Security

डिजिटल इंडिया मिथक इन्कॉग्निटो मोड

मुझे उम्मीद है की इंटरनेट चलाते हुए आप गोपनीयता और सुरक्षा के लिए कदम उठाते हैं। हमें ये बात भी ध्यान रखना चाहिए कि इंटरनेट पर पूरी तरह से छुपना (या गुमनाम रहना) संभव नहीं है। अधिकांश इंटरनेट यूजर मानते … Read More

Virtual Private Network (VPN): Legal or Illegal?

Garima SaxenaLaw

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) Legal or Illegal

Myanmar’s military junta has sought to introduce a law prohibiting the use of VPNs in a move to widen its internet censorship. The proposed law stipulates imprisonment of one to three years and fines of up to 5 million Myanmar … Read More

P. Gopalkrishnan v. State of Kerala

Gitanjali SadanCase Summary

Consideration of electronic records as documents under Section 3 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872

P. Gopalkrishnan @ Dileep v. State of Kerala (2020) 9 SCC 161 In the Supreme Court of India Criminal Appeal 1794/2019 Before Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari Decided on November 29, 2019 Relevancy of the case: Consideration of … Read More

Residential CCTV and Neighbours’ Privacy Invasion


Residential CCTV and Neighbours' Privacy Invasion

The notion behind privacy is that a person should have the right to claim sovereignty over oneself. The idea for this is that the inherent value of an individual allows them to exercise privacy. Thus, such a claim must be … Read More

Omanakuttan K.G. v. Union of India

TannviCase Summary

Petition for blocking WhatsApp for non-compliance with the IT Rules, 2021

Omanakuttan K.G. v. Union of India In the High Court of Kerala WP (Civil) 12585/2021 Before Chief Justice S. Manikumar and Justice Shaji P. Chaly Decided on June 28, 2021 Relevancy of the Case: Petition for blocking WhatsApp for non-compliance … Read More

Personhood of autonomous systems: Morality

Raj PagariyaLaw

Personhood of autonomous systems Morality

This is the fourth article in our series on the personhood of autonomous systems. We started this discussion by exploring the concept of autonomy from multiple facets, such as legal, philosophical, and technological. The second and third articles elaborated on … Read More

G.D. Rajkumar v. State

Hariom TiwariCase Summary

G.D. Rajkumar v. State

G.D. Rajkumar v. State In the High Court of Madras Crl. OP 4224/2019 Before Justice GK Ilanthiraiyan Decided on April 27, 2019 Relevancy of the case: Petition for quashing of FIR for installing CCTV cameras in another person’s property and … Read More

Facial Recognition System and Laws in China

Gitanjali SadanLaw

Facial Recognition System and Laws in China

China has taken a giant leap in technology by inventing some of the most sophisticated surveillance systems. From mounting surveillance on the perceived wrong-doing of citizens, the focus of Chinese authorities also includes ethnic minorities such as the Muslim Uighur … Read More

Facebook and Broken Promises of Data Protection

Samiksha UniyalLaw

Facebook and Broken Promises of Data Protection

Gone are the days when only currency and jewels were considered valuable assets. The 21st century is witnessing growth in the value of data. But are we concerned about the protection of our data? The deliberate answer may be ‘yes’ … Read More