Introduction A historical judgement was pronounced by the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) in the case of Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland and Maximillian Schrems (“Schrems II”) in which the privacy shield which regulated the transatlantic … Continue reading Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland and Maximillian Schrems: Adequate Protection to Personal Data?
Introduction While hearing an application for bail under S.439 of the Criminal Procedure Code (“CrPC”), the Odisha High Court on 28th May 2020 called for stricter regulation of the widely popular Chinese video-sharing application TikTok in the following terms: “TikTok … Continue reading An Unpleasant Present and a Troubled Past: The Need to Effectively Regulate TikTok
In the previous post (Part I: Automation & Ethics:Applying Trolleyology), we discussed the introductory part to this article; the inherent ethical dilemma in the trolley problem and how that’s relevant to the current scenario of automated devices and self-driving cars. … Continue reading Part II: So, who is liable?
“Yesterday only, I received a call on my mobile device from an unknown number. The anonymous caller presented himself as some bank officer who was in immediate need of my ATM card number and CVV. After politely informing him that … Continue reading Reporting a cyber crime in India with just an e-mail
The artificial intelligence is in the mouth of every corporate sector and becoming an integral part of our society. Many of them find artificial intelligence quite alarming and recent topic to be taken into consideration. Philosophers have noted that the … Continue reading From Manpower to Artificial Intelligence