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Blog Entry Making Voices Heard
by Shweta Mohandas published Jun 25, 2022 — filed under: , , , , , , , , ,
We are happy to announce the launch of our final report on the study ‘Making Voices Heard: Privacy, Inclusivity, and Accessibility of Voice Interfaces in India. The study was undertaken with support from the Mozilla Corporation.
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Blog Entry Comments to the Draft National Health Data Management Policy 2.0
by Anamika Kundu, Shweta Mohandas and Pallavi Bedi published May 24, 2022 — filed under: , , ,
Anamika Kundu, Shweta Mohandas and Pallavi Bedi along with 9 other organizations / individuals drafted comments to the Draft National Health Data Management Policy 2.0.
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Blog Entry CCTVs in Public Spaces and the Data Protection Bill, 2021
by Anamika Kundu and Digvijay S Chaudhary published Apr 28, 2022 — filed under: , ,
This article has been authored by Ms. Anamika Kundu, Research Assistant at the Centre for Internet and Society, and Digvijay S. Chaudhary, Researcher at the Centre for Internet and Society. This blog is a part of RSRR’s Blog Series on the Right to Privacy and the Legality of Surveillance, in collaboration with the Centre for Internet & Society.
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Blog Entry Rethinking Acquisition of Digital Devices by Law Enforcement Agencies
by Harikartik Ramesh published Apr 16, 2022 last modified May 02, 2022 09:27 AM — filed under: , ,
This article has been selected as a part of The Right to Privacy and the Legality of Surveillance series organized in collaboration with the RGNUL Student Research Review (RSRR) Journal.
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Blog Entry Comments to the draft Motor Vehicle Aggregators Scheme, 2021
by Chiara Furtado, Aayush Rathi and Abhishek Sekharan published Apr 01, 2022 — filed under: , ,
This submission presents a response by researchers at the Centre for Internet and Society, India (CIS) to the draft Motor Vehicle Aggregators Scheme, 2021 published by the Transport Department, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, (hereafter “draft Scheme”).
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Blog Entry Personal Data Protection Bill must examine data collection practices that emerged during pandemic
by Shweta Mohandas and Anamika Kundu published Mar 30, 2022 — filed under: , ,
The PDP bill is speculated to be introduced during the winter session of the parliament soon. The PDP Bill in its current form provides wide-ranging exemptions which allow government agencies to process citizen’s data in order to fulfil its responsibilities. The bill could ensure that employers have some responsibility towards the data they collect from the employees.
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Blog Entry Nothing to Kid About – Children's Data Under the New Data Protection Bill
by Shweta Mohandas and Anamika Kundu published Mar 10, 2022 — filed under: , , , ,
The pandemic has forced policymakers to adapt their approach to people's changing practices, from looking at contactless ways of payment to the shifting of educational institutions online.
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Blog Entry Clause 12 Of The Data Protection Bill And Digital Healthcare: A Case Study
by Amber Sinha published Mar 01, 2022 — filed under: , , ,
In light of the state’s emerging digital healthcare apparatus, how does Clause 12 alter the consent and purpose limitation model?
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Blog Entry How Function Of State May Limit Informed Consent: Examining Clause 12 Of The Data Protection Bill
by Amber Sinha published Mar 01, 2022 — filed under: , , ,
The collective implication of leaving out ‘proportionality’ from Clause 12 is to provide very wide discretionary powers to the state.
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Blog Entry CIS Comments and Recommendations on the Data Protection Bill, 2021
by Pallavi Bedi and Shweta Mohandas published Feb 14, 2022 — filed under: , ,
This document is a revised version of the comments we provided on the 2019 Bill on 20 February 2020, with updates based on the amendments in the 2021 Bill.
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