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A lot of casual games can be covered under 'real money gaming', which is one problem among others
Here's everything you need to know about the copyright cases filed by DB Corp and Bennett and Coleman against WhatsApp
A summary look at the new features already shows that confidential meetings via Teams are now going to be thoroughly analysed by AIs
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Indian govt has withdrawn its Section 66A-like provision from its submissions to the UN Ad Hoc committee on cybercrime after receiving flak
The authority urged requesting entities to ensure that residents understand the type of data being collected and the purpose of such authentications.
The BBC told us that it was an unauthorised, "illegal" upload of their content, whereas the government dismissed it as "propaganda"
The Indian government refused to provide blocking orders it has issued, and the IT Rules 2021 have not been tabled in Parliament either
The IT Ministry, unlikely to withdraw the rules, has noted that the Commission can give feedback as part of the public consultation process
Play Games 24x7 moved the court after RBI's stalled its compounding application, saying that it offered online gambling games
Children can’t play Chess tournaments on Chess24 or Chess.com for money online until they are 18, but can do so in offline Chess tournaments?
A National Data Governance Policy which will enable startups and researchers to access anonymized data will soon be introduced in India.
Everything from blocking content to protecting copyright: all the court cases that matter in tech policy happening this month
Is India's approach to content regulation online in line with the priorities of this paper? And what implications does that have?
India's smartphone operating system BharOS has received much buzz in the media lately, but does it really merit this attention?
After using the Mapples app as his default navigation app for a week, Sarvesh draws a comparison between Google Maps and Mapples
The regulatory ambivalence around an instrument so essential to facilitate data exchange – the CM framework – is disconcerting for several reasons.
Interoperability mandates may be a mellowed down antitrust solution, noted Rai.
ISOC's Joe Hall said that the rationale behind CERT-In's cybersecurity guidelines need to be explained by the agency as they are too broad
Following the inaugural edition of the PrivacyNama conference, focused on key themes related to privacy regulations, we have summarised the key points raised during...