Consider Non Fungible Tokens, a concept that has been making waves (and dips) all over the internet for a few years now. NFTs are not a new idea, but they have risen to prominence a lot lately, being the subject of multiple academic papers. We… Read More »An Introduction to NFTs
Data Privacy and Technology Law
On March 24, 2015, the Supreme Court of India ruled that that Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 was unconstitutional. The decision, widely regarded as a watershed moment in free speech law, adopted progressive international free speech standards and ensured that the strict… Read More »The Shreya Singhal Judgement & Section 66A of the IT Act
Introduction India’s privacy protection has been challenged regularly, but detractors have rarely offered detailed reform recommendations. Recently, there has been a lot of interest in addressing the privacy of personal information at both federal and state levels. India is not a signatory to any personal… Read More »What is India’s Data Security Regime?
In recent years, mergers and acquisitions have emerged as the primary method for rapid expansion in the corporate world. In an ordinary sense, a merger is an arrangement in which the assets of two or more existing companies are vested in one company or fall… Read More »The Role of IP in Mergers and Acquisitions
Introduction From vehicles to electronic goods, consumers, trapped in a vicious circle concocted by the manufacturers, have been losing what is now being called the “right to repair” the property they have bought free and clear. Manufactures have created a sustainable revenue stream by limiting… Read More »Should Consumers Possess the Right to Repair?
Introduction Every day, law students log in and read cases that go back as old as the 1800s. These cases are reported on various websites that are a click away. But why do these cases get reported? What are the rules that they follow while… Read More »What Are the Guidelines Pertaining to Legal Reporting?
What Are Rogue Websites? The internet has brought one of the biggest revolutions in the world. In today’s world, we cannot imagine living a single day without the internet. It has become an inseparable part of everything – from our mobile phones to our cars.… Read More »How Do We Deal With Rogue Websites?
What Are These Guidelines About? After the enactment of Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021, all the intermediaries were given a three-month time for complying with the same. There were certain new elements such as the detailed classification of intermediaries… Read More »Twitters’ Stand Against Indian Intermediary Guidelines
In today’s world, the usage of electronic devices has increased manifold, which has also caused subsequent increase in the amount of data available in electronic form. This data can include personal information such as name, age, religious or political views, sexual orientation, passwords, bank details… Read More »Data Privacy and India’s Emerging Data Policies
Social media is an integral part of most people’s lives today. A study found that Indians spend about 2.4 hours per day on social media, a number in line with the global average. Social media is also where an increasing number of people get a… Read More »A Note on the Upcoming Social Media Regulations