by Utkarsh Rai In the winter session of the Lok Sabha, the government tabled the much-awaited Draft of the Data Protection Bill. The contents of the Bill have caused controversy among observers. Specifically, Section 35 of the Bill has raised alarm among observers because of the wide discretion that it grants to the executive, without … More The Constitutional Validity of Section 35 of the Draft Data Protection Bill
by Abhimanyu Agarwal Introduction The objective of this paper is to focus on how to deal with copyright infringement with respect to algorithmic content moderation. The paper is structured in a way to explain content moderation and the problems of copyright infringement that are associated with algorithmic content moderation. Moving further, this paper is an … More Algorithmic Content Moderation and Copyright Law
by Parvathi Bakshi According to Morningstar, “FinTech companies are those businesses that leverage technology to create better and perhaps new financial services both for consumers and businesses. It includes companies of all kinds that may operate in personal financial management, insurance, payment, asset management, etc.” Overall, technology disruption in the financial services industry, has improved back-end … More Market trends in Fintech: Are Millennials driving financial innovation?
by Ranjeev Joseph Introduction DATA – This is not just a 4-lettered word Hackers use it to make money illegitimately; Corporations use it to make money legitimately; Governments use it to keep a check on threats, which may range from dissenting activists to hardcore terrorists, all in the name of national security, garnering legitimate mass … More The Interplay between Cybersecurity, Digital Privacy and Digital Surveillance
by Arun P Teja, Parvathi Bakshi and Dalalstreet.ai Introduction Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) has become a buzz word among the business and political elite across the world. It has gone to such an extent that Russian president, Putin asserts that the – the state that controls AI would rule the world (Vincent, 2017). Further, think tanks … More Deploying AI to modernise Financial Services: An intro to FinTech
by Varda Saxena Abstract The release of Ethereum Blockchain in 2015 created a plethora of opportunities for Bitcoin investments and access to services or commodities. The previous bitcoin transactions which were once merely additions or deductions in money became complex by the codification of business norms and clauses. Using Ethereum smart contracts a person could … More Blockchain and Smart Contracts: Through the Lens of Theories of Contract