- Journal Articles
- 7 Aug 2020
- 1 min read
The Weight of Secrets: Assessing the Regulatory Burden for Informational Privacy in India
On regulatory design aspects for India's proposed Data Protection Authority
About the Authors
Lalit is a Senior Resident Fellow at Charkha, Vidhi's Constitutional Law Centre. At Vidhi, he has worked on a range of policy issues related to data protection, telecom laws, election law, public interest litigation, judicial independence, fiscal federalism, higher education, consumer protection and constitutional law. To these, he brings an abiding interest in the economic analysis of law and public choice theory. A 2016 graduate of the Gujarat National Law University, he worked as a Consultant with the 21st Law Commission of India before joining Vidhi's Public Law team in 2017. In his spare time, Lalit pursues interests in literary and fantasy fiction, poetry, creative writing, as well as moral and political philosophy.
- Submissions & Working Papers
Primer for an Information Technology Framework Law
Summary of the approach proposed to be adopted in the formulation of a new legislation to replace the Information Technology Act, 2000
- Briefing Books
Towards a Post-COVID India: 25 Governance Challenges and Legal Reforms
Strengthening public health systems, protecting the vulnerable, making governance smart, kick-starting the economy and thinking digital first
The Future of News in India
Sustaining credible print journalism and orienting digital news to the public goodPrivacy & Cookies Policy
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