Our Statement on the Cabinet Approval of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019

Dec 04, 2019

Our Statement on the Cabinet Approval of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019

Today the Union Cabinet approved the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019. The Government has proposed to introduce the Bill in the ongoing winter session of Parliament.

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A Detailed Analysis of the Swami Ramdev v. Facebook Judgment

Nov 15, 2019

Statement: At SFLC.in we believe that ordering intermediary platforms to take down content globally, negatively impacts freedom of expression online, as different countries have different standards of speech.

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FAQ on surveillance in India.

Nov 07, 2019

What exactly is surveillance?

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Our Statement on the WhatsApp Surveillance Issue

Oct 31, 2019

Our Statement on the WhatsApp Surveillance Issue

The use of sophisticated surveillance technology by governments violates basic human rights of privacy and free speech on the Internet. Vulnerable groups including journalists, minorities and lawyers rely on end-to-end encryption technology, like the one offered by WhatsApp, to remain secure online.

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Del. HC Orders for Global Take Down of Content

Oct 24, 2019

Delhi High Court Approves Take Down of Content Globally

Asks Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter to remove defamatory content from their global services

Statement: At SFLC.in we believe that ordering intermediary platforms to take down content globally negatively impacts freedom of expression online, as different countries have

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Internet Multi Stakeholder Roundtable discussion

Aug 25, 2019


Internet Multi Stakeholder Roundtable discussion


As a precursor to the formation of the IMSC, SFLC.in and Global Network Initiative(GNI) are organizing a round table discussion on - 'Data Protection' and 'Intermediary Liability' on the 28th of August, 2019 (Wednesday).

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Youth and Privacy: It does matter

Aug 15, 2019


Youth and Privacy: It does matter


By Faisal Farooqui

 

Imagine a busy highway. A small child of four or five years old is running into the traffic. His/her parents nowhere to be seen. Who do you think should be blamed if there’s an accident?

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TRAI Consultation on OTT Regulation - Follow-up Submission on Surveillance Reform

Jun 13, 2019

On 20 May 2019, during TRAI’s 'Open House Discussion' in Delhi on OTT communication services, certain arguments were raised regarding national security concerns surrounding encrypted communication services, including those services that have end-to-end encryption.

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