Data Protection Bill a Deterrent for Businesses Who Wilfully Do Wrong: Justice B Srikrishna

The proposed data protection bill, making offences cognisable and non-bailable, is a deterrent for businesses who willfully do wrong as giant corporations can otherwise get away with flagrant breaches ‘merely by throwing the fine monies,’ Justice B Srikrishna has said. “Every modern statute has a criminal liability clause. That is a deterrent for those who will … Read more Data Protection Bill a Deterrent for Businesses Who Wilfully Do Wrong: Justice B Srikrishna

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It has been recommended that students belonging to SC and OBC categories having a total family income from all sources of Rs 6 lakh or less per annum are eligible to avail benefits under the scheme. Thawar Chand Gehlot RELATED STORIES DU to hire 4,000 permanent teachers in 2017 AMU students protest against 18 per … Read more Free ,quality ,coaching ,to ,SCs/STs/OBCs ,for ,competitive ,exams: ,Ministry ,of ,Social ,Justice ,and ,Empowerment

US indicts three Romanians over $4 million cyber fraud: Justice Dept

Scyther5 | Getty Images U.S. authorities have indicted three Romanians in a case of cyber fraud that allegedly netted at least $4 million and infected at least 60,000 computers, mostly in the United States, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday. In a statement, the department said the three individuals were extradited to the United … Read more US indicts three Romanians over $4 million cyber fraud: Justice Dept

WWJGD? (What Would Justice Garland Do?)

Yesterday, President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. How he might rule on issues of interest to the tech community is unknown, but by all accounts, a Justice Garland would bring intelligence and thoughtful jurisprudence to the bench. The Court is too critical to our nation’s work to let … Read more WWJGD? (What Would Justice Garland Do?)

Justice Department slams Apple’s ‘corrosive’ rhetoric in its latest court filing

UPDATE: March 10, 2016, 3:46 p.m. Pacific—In a conference call Thursday afternoon, Apple’s SVP and chief legal counsel Bruce Sewell said, “The tone of the brief reads like an indictment,” and in 30 years he’s never seen a brief trying so hard “to smear” someone. “It should be deeply offensive to everyone who reads it.” … Read more Justice Department slams Apple’s ‘corrosive’ rhetoric in its latest court filing