information technology act
MHA asks states to order cops not to register cases under scrapped section of IT Act
Recently, the SC had said that it was shocking that the judgment striking down the law has not been implemented even now
Tighter norms for social media firms in new rules
Privacy, compulsory pre-censorship, traceability on the platter.
Congress neta meets Kishan Reddy on data
Dr Dasoju was part of a Congress delegation that submitted a memorandum to the minister on Monday.
‘App-hazard’ transactions: nothing private about it!
It is prudent to have a debit card with a limited balance and daily transaction limit dedicated for online use.
Mozilla red flags changes in IT Act
“The proactive obligation on services to remove ‘unlawful’ content will inevitably lead to over-censorship and chill free expression,” it said.
Licence to snoop: Surveillance is a necessary evil today
Our agencies cannot afford to be handicapped by lack of legal authorisation for deep surveillance.
India empowers agencies to snoop on computers; critics decry 'surveillance state'
They would need approval from the senior-most civil servant in the interior ministry to carry out such surveillance.
Madras: Click me not! Grey areas in privacy law
The Supreme Court also dealt with the impact of the digital age.
Case against Facebook user for sharing morphed image of PM Modi
Picture shows PM Modi wearing skull cap while greeting people at program of the Dawoodi Bohra community in Indore on Sept 14.