For preventing red tape and impairing innovation we submit counter-comments to TRAI on the could services consultation

We just submitted our counter comments on the paper to prevent red-rape and over regulation of the cloud services sector.

We need a transparent and accessible Joint Parliamentary Committee on Data Protection!

To ensure people are brought to the forefront in determining their own data protection regime, we write to the Joint Parliamentary Committee with a few suggestions.

Here comes the Bill, all dressed in Nil #SaveOurPrivacy

As the Data Protection Bill has made its appearance, we list out existing and new additions to our concerns with the Bill.

The MHA and DOT need to issue advisories against Internet Shutdowns.

We write to the MHA and the DOT on the urgent need for an advisory against disruptions of internet services.

We must prevent cloud cartels.

The TRAI invited comments on a consultation paper that suggested a framework for the registration of industry bodies for cloud services. We make our submission with concerns of jurisdiction, cartelisation and self-regulation.

How far have we come as India prepares for its much awaited data protection law.

As the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018 makes it way to Parliament, we showcase some of IFF's work in ensuring India has a well-established data protection framework.

We ask the Committee on IT to let those targeted by Pegasus be heard!

We ask the Standing Committee to invite those affected by Pegasus to provide testimonials.

IFF submits comments to the Standing Committee on Science & Tech highlighting worries with the DNA Bill, 2019.

The DNA Bill has been re-introduced in the Lok Sabha and also referred to the Standing Committee on Science and Technology which has invited comments. We had a lot of comments.

We provide the Standing Committees on Home Affairs with suggestions as they discuss the Pegasus scandal.

Press reports indicate interest has been showed by the Standing Committee on Home Affairs in examining the matter. We wrote to them with a few suggestions on the issue to take into consideration at their meeting today.

While Delhi has its pollution mask on, the rest of India might need one too. For different reasons of course...

In light of the continuing growing concerns of CCTVs and facial recognition technology in the recent weeks, we throw a few more kicks to fight against this trajectory of mass surveillance.