In this post, the Author aims to delve into a complete analysis of what changes have been introduced (in the form of duties of Data Fiduciaries) that will cause corporate data processors to up their game, with a special focus on the position of Startups in the status quo, and the exemptions with respect to the desirability of the same vis-à-vis rights of citizens under the Privacy Law.
In this guest post for our Law and Technology Blog Series, Akash Manwani (Chief Innovation Officer at Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law) has introduced the concept of Data Trusts for securing autonomy of data subjects and preventing misuse by data processors. The author explains the meaning of data trusts, highlights its importance and also provides different ways in which law can regulate such data trusts effectively.
In this article, the author highlights the lacunae in traditional public international law with respect to data governance in outer space. To solve this issue, the author suggests reliance on the concept of ‘transnational law’ and states that surveillance by nations and data transfer by private entities should be governed through both private and public legal mechanisms.
In this two part blog post, the authors comprehensively analyse data privacy and confidentiality concerns surrounding electronic health records
In Part-II, the authors conduct an India specific analysis of the issue. In doing so, the authors highlight certain drawbacks in the existing legal framework and conclude with some innovative recommendations.
In this two part blog post, the authors comprehensively analyse data privacy and confidentiality concerns surrounding electronic health records.
In Part-1, the authors analyse interoperability and the conundrum surrounding anonymised data by referring to some important case laws and statutory provisions from advanced jurisdictions.