The Article discusses the Internet speed situation in Kashmir and argues why it needs to be resolved, citing the rights related to intersection of information, health and internet during a global pandemic and otherwise. It further talks about how access to internet helps in tackling misinformation, especially during a global pandemic.
Excerpt: The use of technological interventions to control the pandemic is not undesirable, but should be regulated. The Indian Government, in the absence of a data protection law, must take lessons from previous attempts at legislating health data to immediately bring a sound framework.
This article discusses the ecological impacts of data centres set up across the world and whose numbers are constantly rising. The article further attempts to find certain plausible solutions in dealing with the same.
The Avia Law was recently adopted with the goal of establishing a regime that can successfully counter hate online. The article explores some of the provisions of the law and seeks to understand its broader impact on content moderation standards and its relationship with the EU E-Commerce Directives.
The article discusses various levels of automation in autonomous vehicles and analyses the shift in liability framework from drivers to manufacturers with the advent of these vehicles, while also discussing the most appropriate theory of liability applicable to them.
A detailed study of the representation of authors on online media publishing platforms was undertaken by the r-TLP team. It resulted a clear depiction of gender disparity in the authors who get published on the subjects of socio-legal technology policy.