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(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/cPfdNw) Skype has recently taken the decision to end support for calls to local mobile and landline numbers from its VoIP service, effective from November 10 this year. The Skype support page notes that its decision only applies to calls made within India; users...
(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/KcswR) In a judgement dated 15th October 2014, the Delhi High Court has decreed, in the case of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. v. M/S Reshma Collection, that if you buy an item in Delhi through online retail, Delhi courts have the jurisdiction to hear disputes...
1. A Fox on a Fishing Expedition, by Saikat Datta, Outlook 2. Surveillance Self-Defense Toolkit, by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. 3. Bitcoin Regulation in Japan, by Kevin Cruz, Bitcoin Magazine. 4. Hungary Wants to Tax Internet Data Transfers, Colin Lecher, The Verge. 5. BBC to publish '...
(Image Source https://flic.kr/p/aCWXFf) Public.Resource.Org along with other civil liberties advocates in India and Abroad has filed a petition with the Bureau of Indian Standards asking it to make its standards publicly available for free online. The petition is an commendable and crucial step...
1. Google is Not What it Seems, Julian Assange, WikiLeaks. 2. Hungary's Orban puts Internet tax on hold after huge protests, Kriztina Than and Marton Dunai, Reuters. 3. Good Intentions, Recalcitrant Text - I: Why India’s Proposal at the ITU is Troubling for Internet Freedoms, Geeta Hariharan, CIS...
(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/6YSTmq) The following is the first in a series of two posts on the Electronic Surveillance laws in India, brought to us by Anurag Dasgupta, CNLU Patna. After the wave of liberalisation and globalisation; the demographics of various countries have changed, (for...
(Image Source: https://flic.kr/p/6YSTmq) The following is the last in a series of two posts on the Electronic Surveillance laws in India, brought to us by Anurag Dasgupta, CNLU Patna. FEW OTHER STATUTES WHICH AIM AT REGULATING SURVEILLANCE IN INDIA Information Technology (Due Diligence...
Image Source (9 to 5 Mac, available at http://goo.gl/igU7Bd) A new challenge to the legal profession, particularly in the domain of intellectual property rights, has been that of examining the idea of a software. New software, with varying levels of originality or innovation is created every day...
[Image Source: http://flic.kr/p/86Q3gF] Social networking websites have taken the Internet by storm in today’s organic society. One such website, Facebook, with over a billion users has often been referred to as the ‘third largest country’ of the world. The rise of Facebook to soaring heights can...
1. Google’s New Open Source Privacy Effort Looks Back to the ’60s, by Elizabeth Dwoskin, Wall Street Journal Blogs - Digits. 2. Global Web Crackdown Arrests 17, Seizes Hundreds Of Dark Net Domains, by Andy Greenberg, Wired. 3. India Plans to Deal with Malicious Cyber-activities With New National...

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