In this paper, we present an operational architecture for privacy-by-design based on independent regulatory oversight stipulated by most data protection regimes, regulated access control, purpose limitation and data minimisation
Regulating Data-driven Finance: Conference Proceedings from the Fourth Dvara Research Conference, 2019
Through this blogpost, we release the Conference Proceedings for the Fourth Dvara Research Conference, 2019 on the theme of “Regulating Data-driven Finance”
We are launching an interactive website which presents our “mark – up” of India’s Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019.
In this blog post, we present our comments to the White Paper on Strategy for National Open Digital Ecosystems in response to the call for comments by MeitY
Comments on the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 introduced in the Lok Sabha on 11 December 2019
Building safe consumer data infrastructure in India: Account Aggregators in the financial sector (Part–2)
The second part of a two-part series that undertakes an analysis of the Account Aggregator system
Building safe consumer data infrastructure in India: Account Aggregators in the financial sector (Part–1)
The first part of a two-part series that undertakes an analysis of the Account Aggregator system
Examining the definition and usage of the term “harm” in India’s draft Personal Data Protection Bill 2018.
Harms facing users in the digital ecosystem that players in the Indian ecosystem must contemplate in order to build appropriate safeguards
Guest Post By Dr. Katharine Kemp If we are serious about improving the lives of low-income customers, data privacy cannot…