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Op-ed July 23, 2020

Do India’s Covid-19 patients have a right to privacy?

As India progresses through its ‘unlock’ phases, we can expect to see a proliferation of digital technologies to contain the novel coronavirus’s spread. In these efforts, conserving patient privacy would be critical.

Op-ed January 29, 2020

UPI’s rapid growth proves India can build world-class payments infrastructure from scratch

Three years ago, even banks did not give Modi govt’s Unified Payments Interface much odds of success. Now, UPI is one of the fastest-growing payment platforms in the world.

Op-ed January 24, 2020

Ayushman Bharat can be a success if Modi govt incentivises digital data for private players

Modi govt’s proposed Personal Data Protection Bill has to be in conjunction with its blueprint governing India’s health data. But can it make private players participate?

Op-ed January 23, 2020

To keep up with tech and regulate WhatsApp & Amazon, India must adopt ‘futures thinking’

With the Indian govt’s Personal Data Protection Bill only outlining broad principles governing data, the role of the Data Protection Authority becomes even more important.

Paper November 23, 2019

Antitrust and Zero-price Digital Platforms: An Indian Regulatory Approach

This paper looks at digital platforms that provide “free” services and analyses the application of Indian competition law to them.

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