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(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/6LUL9s)This is the second in a two-part series by Deepthi Bavirisetty on the law of upskirt photography in USA, Japan and India - this part deals with Japan and India. The first part is available here. Japan 1. Anti-Nuisance Ordinance Japan has enacted an Anti...
1. Should digital monopolies be broken up?, The Economist. 2. The Snowden effect, quantified, Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch. 3. Facebook can gain direct access to your mobile and take pictures or make videos at any time, MPs warn, Cristopher Hope, Telegraph. 4. Steve Jobs Lives on at the Patent...
(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/kvjYDJ) 3D Printing in India 3D printing in india was initially quite stagnant, but a sudden boom in 3D printing startups has created a whole culture of 3D printer industries. Most of the Indian startups aim to make a cost effective 3D printer. While they currently...
(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/8RU8QS) In October this year, the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) of the Ministry of Communications and IT quietly released a Draft Internet of Things (IoT) Policy, the feedback period for which closed on the 31st of October. The Policy...
1. Cases that will define the contours of Free Speech over the Internet in India, CCG NLU-D, 2. Government admits that S. 66 A is prone to abuse, Supreme Court says the Section lacks guidelines, by Gaurav Pathak, LiveLaw. 3. India can do better than this luddite response to Uber, by Apar Gupta,...
(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/pVxM7q) Back in the year 2001, when the same government was in power, it tried to pass a bill called the Communication Convergence Bill, 2001. The Bill failed, due to reasons mentioned later in the post, but apparently it isn’t quite ready to die yet.  The Bill has...
This post first appeared on SpicyIP, here. (Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/hoAtp) In the last few years, smartphone manufacturers have seemingly been as popular for their patent-wars as they are for their phones. And these famed patent wars have recently come to India. Of specific note in this...
December, 2014, has been the month when the Indian community received a multitude of shocks, one after the other and each one more powerful, on the issue of internet-related legal problems. First, we had the lamentable Uber issue, which was followed by Airtel announcing (and later withdrawing) its...
1. Net neutrality: Trai's paper to give insight into what future holds for freedom of internet in India, Romit Guha, EconomicTimes. 2. A Robot Really Committed A Crime: Now What?, Ryan Calo, Forbes. 3. Government decides to unblock four websites out of 32, IANS, Business Standard. 4. How the...
I have written some posts about Net Neutrality before, here and here (the second is the 101). And recently, the now-aborted Airtel VoIP plans has kick-started serious discussions on the topic by TRAI, prompting the regulatory agency to issue a statement saying it will be releasing a consultation...

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