How much of government surveillance is too much surveillance is a question that has been troubling people since a long time. But before we analyze that, let’s look at surveillance definition in
“…surveillance is the monitoring of behavior, activities, or other changing information for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting people.”
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As more and more women choose to travel alone, apps for women who travel alone become more popular and more efficient. With so many apps available how do you know which ones are the best to use for solo travel?
There is nothing like a well-deserved vacation and traveling alone can seem like a good idea. The beautiful scenery, warm weather
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Google has announced it will begin charging smartphone manufacturers a license fee to install Play Store and a number of apps like YouTube, Google Maps and Gmail for all smartphones and tablets meant for sale in the European Union (EU).
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European Union authorities have started checking whether the American online retail giant Amazon.com is using its merchants’ data to eliminate competition and gain an unfair advantage. Questionnaires are being sent out to Amazon merchants to collect more information.
Bloomberg reported the European Union Competition Commissioner Ms Margrethe Vestager Continue reading “European Union starts probing Amazon for antitrust – and what it could mean”
Since the European Union (EU) Parliament has voted in favor of the Copyright Directive, analysts have been discussing the impact of Article 11 and Article 13.
As discussed in our earlier post on
EU copyright law a commentary, Article 3 is also important because it recommends Continue reading “EU copyright directive (Part 2) with analysis of Article 11 and Article 13”
The European Union (EU) Parliament has voted in favor of the Copyright Directive, a legislation focused on updating the online EU copyright law, something that will leave an impact much beyond Europe.
The amended version of the EU copyright law
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Are you tempted by the buy Twitter followers ads? Looking for a quick jump in your Twitter followers without proportional efforts or value from your end? Or may be you’re looking for vanity matrics?
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Note: This is the 2 nd part of the series: History of Data Protection Laws. If you haven’t read the History of Data Protection Laws Part 1, we recommend you do so before you read this post.
This post covers the remaining acts and guidelines till the end of the 20th century.
The first part traced the evolution of Data Protection Laws from 1890 to the 1980, when OECD guidelines Continue reading “History of Data Protection Laws Part 2”
It’s important to understand the context and history of data protection laws while discussing data protection laws and data privacy.
On the one hand, you have concerns over whether
Google reads your Gmail messages. On the other, you have GDPR laws that appear draconian to some. Continue reading “History of Data Protection Laws Part 1”
The challenges that lie ahead of the data protection laws in India have again become visible as the Srikrishna Committee submitted its report. While Europe’s
GDPR has been occasionally critiqued as too harsh, the Indian Union Minister for Law Ravi Shankar Prasad Continue reading “The complexity of data protection laws (with Infographic)”