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Personal Data Protection Bill : Challenges

India’s Personal Data Protection Bill seeks to protect the privacy of individuals relating to their personal data, but its design is not based on delivering the promise. It rightly requires the handlers of the data to obtain the individual’s consent ..

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Critically analyse the provisions of Personal Data Protection Bill which seeks to update the currently non-existent standards for privacy and consent.

Recently the Union Cabinet has approved the Personal Data Protection Bill which lays down a legal framework in the Indian context to preserve the sanctity of “consent” in data sharing and penalize those breaching privacy norms. Seeking to keep up ..

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Do you think a cyberattack is a possible retaliatory measure for the strategists who are sitting in New Delhi? Examine this in light of Indian counter operations against Pakistan.

The US has conducted cyberattacks against Iranian military command following the rise of tensions between the two. India, whenever faced with Pakistan-based terrorist attack, has only a few options to work around like airstrikes, surgical strikes, covert operations and stand-off ..

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How India aims to guard teens from cyber bullying?

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has come out with a booklet titled “A Handbook for Students on Cyber Safety” to guard teen against becoming victims of cybercrime. Handbook on cyber safety for students: The booklet tries to address the ..

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Examine the geopolitical dimensions of the State-sponsored hacking / cyber attacks and their implications for Geopolitics.

In one of the shocking developments of the decade, there has been a constant rise in the cases of cyber hacking that are backed by nation-States. Their targets are government institutions, industrial facilities and businesses that use sophisticated technology. The ..

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Discuss the relevance and merit in the Microsoft proposed "Digital Geneva Convention" to prevent cyber warfare.

Satya Nadella in a recent interaction with Indian media pitched in his idea of having some universally accepted guidelines for the cyber world in the lines of the Geneva Convention which is instrumental in determining the dos and don’ts during ..

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