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Blog Entry Governing ID: Introducing our Evaluation Framework
by Shruti Trikanad published Mar 02, 2020 last modified Mar 02, 2020 08:03 AM — filed under: , , ,
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Blog Entry Divergence between the General Data Protection Regulation and the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019
by Pallavi Bedi published Feb 21, 2020 — filed under: , ,
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Blog Entry Content takedown and users' rights
by Torsha Sarkar, Gurshabad Grover published Feb 14, 2020 last modified Feb 17, 2020 05:18 AM — filed under: , , ,
After Shreya Singhal v Union of India, commentators have continued to question the constitutionality of the content takedown regime under Section 69A of the IT Act (and the Blocking Rules issued under it). There has also been considerable debate around how the judgement has changed this regime: specifically about (i) whether originators of content are entitled to a hearing, (ii) whether Rule 16 of the Blocking Rules, which mandates confidentiality of content takedown requests received by intermediaries from the Government, continues to be operative, and (iii) the effect of Rule 16 on the rights of the originator and the public to challenge executive action. In this opinion piece, we attempt to answer some of these questions.
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Blog Entry Comments to the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019
by Amber Sinha, Elonnai Hickok, Pallavi Bedi, Shweta Mohandas, Tanaya Rajwade published Feb 12, 2020 last modified Feb 21, 2020 10:13 AM — filed under: , ,
The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on December 11, 2019.
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How to Shut Down Internet Shutdowns
by Pranav M B published Jan 31, 2020 last modified Feb 03, 2020 11:13 AM — filed under: , ,
This talk will focus on the challenges and opportunities for research on internet shutdowns after the judgement of the Supreme Court in Anuradha Bhasin v. Union of India. Stepping beyond the judgement, there will be a wider discussion on the practice of whitelists, blocking powers of the central government.
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Blog Entry Automated Facial Recognition Systems and the Mosaic Theory of Privacy: The Way Forward
by Arindrajit Basu, Siddharth Sonkar published Jan 02, 2020 — filed under: , , ,
Arindrajit Basu and Siddharth Sonkar have co-written this blog as the third of their three-part blog series on AI Policy Exchange under the parent title: Is there a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy from Data Aggregation by Automated Facial Recognition Systems?
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Blog Entry Automated Facial Recognition Systems (AFRS): Responding to Related Privacy Concerns
by Arindrajit Basu, Siddharth Sonkar published Jan 02, 2020 — filed under: , , ,
Arindrajit Basu and Siddharth Sonkar have co-written this blog as the second of their three-part blog series on AI Policy Exchange under the parent title: Is there a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy from Data Aggregation by Automated Facial Recognition Systems?
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Blog Entry Decrypting Automated Facial Recognition Systems (AFRS) and Delineating Related Privacy Concerns
by Arindrajit Basu, Siddharth Sonkar published Jan 02, 2020 last modified Jan 02, 2020 02:01 PM — filed under: , , ,
Arindrajit Basu and Siddharth Sonkar have co-written this blog as the first of their three-part blog series on AI Policy Exchange under the parent title: Is there a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy from Data Aggregation by Automated Facial Recognition Systems?
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Blog Entry Extra-Territorial Surveillance and the Incapacitation of Human Rights
by Arindrajit Basu published Dec 31, 2019 last modified Jan 02, 2020 11:02 AM — filed under: , ,
This paper was published in Volume 12 (2) of the NUJS Law Review.
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Blog Entry ICANN takes one step forward in its human rights and accountability commitments
by Akriti Bopanna and Ephraim Percy Kenyanito published Dec 17, 2019 last modified Dec 19, 2019 11:35 AM — filed under: , , ,
Akriti Bopanna and Ephraim Percy Kenyanito take a look at ICANN's Implementation Assessment Report for the Workstream 2 recommendations and break down the key human rights considerations in it. Akriti chairs the Cross Community Working Party on Human Rights at ICANN and Ephraim works on Human Rights and Business for Article 19, leading their ICANN engagement.
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