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CONTENT REGULATION OF ‘ON DEMAND VIDEO STREAMING PLATFORMS’: AN UNANSWERED QUESTION

Written By Pradyumna Yadav and Anushka Agarwal, IInd Year, UPES, Dehradun. INTRODUCTION E-Commerce in India is in its nascent stage yet has rapidly diversified and grown its roots in every individual’s life. This growth and diversification of E-Commerce in India is limitedly regulated to some specific sectors, for instance e-payment portals are now regulated under…
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DATA PROTECTION IN BOILERPLATE CLAUSES

By- Bhumesh Verma, Managing Partner- Corp Comm Legal, Delhi (The author has been assisted by Anandita Bhargava, Junior Editor, RSRR) INTRODUCTION In a contract, there are often some clauses that are common and standardised, called the ‘boilerplate’ clauses. Typically, these short clauses that are contained at the end of a contract. Boilerplate clauses have a…
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DATA LOCALIZATION: IS IT A SOLUTION TO PRIVACY CONCERNS?

By: Madhura Bhandarkar, Student of Indian Law Society’s Law College (ILS), Pune Introduction: The epiphany that “data is the new oil” hassled to the emergence of data protection laws across the world, creating a variety of legal and commercial challenges for global organizations. One such challenge relates to data localization restricting the cross-border transfer of…
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THE SNOOPING ORDER: AN ORWELLIAN MEASURE OR A REMINISCENCE OF OUR SURVEILLANCE REGIME?

By- Shrey Nautiyal, Executive Editor and Aditya Vyas, Associate Editor, RSRR Editorial Board In the wake of heightened attention being garnered by issues involving the privacy and personal liberty of individuals, the Central Government surprisingly issued an Order on 20th December 2018 (hereinafter, “the Order”) authorizing 10 governmental agencies for the purposes of interception, monitoring…
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