In this post, the author attempts to discover the potential of AI in reshaping legislative drafting and administration in India. Outdated laws, complex legal structures, and slow adaptation to technology present challenges. AI can streamline legislative research, predict legal outcomes, enhance transparency, and optimize policymaking. AI’s impact in legislative procedures is explored, including the use of AI tools and virtual parliaments. While AI offers efficiency, concerns about bias, accountability, and transparency must be addressed. The article highlights the need for a balanced approach to revolutionize the legislative landscape in India and build public trust in AI-generated legislation.
In this post, the author critically examines India’s Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2023, released for public consultation in August. Comparing it with the 2022 version, the article highlights strengths and weaknesses. It discusses processing personal data, data localization, the Alternative Dispute Resolution process, and the Data Protection Board’s powers. While aiming to balance individual data rights and processing needs, the bill lacks clarity on differentiating sensitive data, definitions for pseudonymization and anonymization, and precise data transfer criteria. Concerns about Data Protection Board power concentration and hefty fines for smaller businesses are raised. The author emphasizes refining definitions, enhancing data localization, ensuring board independence, and proportional fines for a robust digital economy and individual privacy protection.
We are delighted to bring you all the 18th episode of TCLF One-On-One. We were honoured to host Prof. Ryan Abbott as our guest for this episode. Theme- Perspectives on Innovation, Technology and Law. The increasing interface between Law and Technology Balancing Innovation and Access The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and Law In the latest …