Month: October 2020

Fintech In India: An Analysis Of Current Legislation And What Lies Ahead?

Most would agree that since the advent of technology, human life has undergone considerable changes that may be perceived as nothing short of magic. We started with the barter system but recently we have transitioned from a cash-dependant country to a country where citizens have moved online for gold, savings, gift cards, loans, investments, etc. This change […]

The Challenges Grappling Data Protection And Privacy In The Insurance Industry

The digital revolution in India has disrupted the business environment in all industries and the insurance industry is no exception. Digitization enhances efficiency and reduces the cost of transacting business however there remain several challenges to the adoption of emerging technologies such as disruption to the traditional insurance ecosystem, uncertain consumer adoption, return on investment, and data […]

India’s ‘Fourth Way’: A data-rich economy’s endeavor for data protection

Roti, Kapda, Makaan aur Privacy – is an appropriate adaptation in times where people are connected 24/7 through the web. The prolonging allure of globalization followed by its societal, economic, and technological innovations has altered economies in the most unfathomable ways. A radical by-product of the globalization era is the World Wide Web, which transcends borders […]

Impact Of Jio-Facebook Deal

Three days after Facebook announced its stake in Reliance Industries, its retail e-commerce venture ‘JioMart’ gets its WhatsApp number 88500 and 08000. In times of mass unemployment, stock market crashes, and economic disruption, the Sensex climbed over 700 points. California-based technology and social media giant, Facebook Inc. declared the largest foreign direct investment (FDI) in […]

An Analysis Of Anti-Competitive Agreements & Heavy Discounting By Ecommerce Players

In 2017, Reliance’s Jio gifted a country of 1.3 Bn people free voice calls and high-speed internet at rock-bottom prices.  Consequently, it generated a gargantuan shift in the consumer base making it India’s largest mobile network operator with over 350 Mn subscribers today. Naturally, this revolutionary step attracted complaints from major telecom players like Bharti […]

Digital Wills in times of COVID-19 crisis: Legal or not?

As the nation gears up for Lockdown 2.0 justice remains a distant dream as the Indian judiciary remains dysfunctional, at large. Further, digitization in India has evolved from the computerization of government offices to fragmented initiatives aimed at speeding up technological implementation across courts, albeit at a sluggish pace. Thus, people seeking legal advice on […]

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