A data protection law must grapple both with the needs of the present and the possibilities of the future. We cannot remain stuck in the past.
Manasa is a Research Associate at the Takshashila Institution. She is a graduate of Government Law College, Mumbai and transitioned to public policy after working as a corporate lawyer in Mumbai. She works on issues at the intersection of technology, law and policy, with a specific focus on privacy and data protection.
The People Next Door by TCA Raghavan shows us that in the history of India and Pakistan, reality is stranger than fiction.
At the halfway point of our Brainstorm on Data Protection, we sum up some key insights.
In which we kick off yet another Brainstorm discussion.
Indian culture is just beginning to come to terms with the concept of privacy. This is necessary for privacy regulation to succeed.
The Enemy Property Amendment Act is inconsistent with the principles India was constituted on. It should be declared unconstitutional.