Category: Data Protection

Rethinking national privacy principles: Evaluating principles for India’s proposed data protection law

This report was edited by Elonnai Hickok and Vipul Kharbanda, and originally published on the Centre for Internet & Society’s Internet Governance blog. This analysis intends to build on the substantial work done in the formulation of the National Privacy Principles by the Committee of Experts led by Justice AP Shah.1 This brief, hopes to […]

New Approaches to Information Privacy – Revisiting the Purpose Limitation Principle

This article was originally published on Observer Research Foundation’s Digital Policy Portal. Introduction Last year, Mukul Rohatgi, the Attorney General of India, called into question existing jurisprudence of the last 50 years on the constitutional validity of the right to privacy. [1] Mohatgi was rebutting the arguments on privacy made against Aadhaar, the unique identity […]