Posts Tagged ‘Law’

14 Heroes & 14 Villains

In Internet, Politics, World on செப்ரெம்பர் 27, 2015 at 1:06 முப

Source: Blog | Access


  1. David Kaye, Special Rapporteur to the United Nations Human Rights Council on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression
  2. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, introduced and was a crucial advocate for the USA FREEDOM Act of 2015.
  3. Malkia Amal Cyril, executive director of the Center for Media Justice and co-founder of the Media Action Grassroots Network, Malkia Amal Cyril’s work
  4. MPs David Davis and Tom Watson
  5. Maricarmen Sequera is the director of TEDIC, a Paraguayan digital rights organization
  6. Journalists Scahill and Begley revealed that American and British spies hacked into the internal computer network of the world’s largest producer of SIM cards and stole vast quantities of encryption keys
  7. As director of the digital liberties organization Bolo Bhi, Farieha Aziz has been at the forefront of the campaign to modify the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2015, currently under consideration in Pakistan.
  8. Netzpolitik released confidential documents to the public exposing Germany’s plans to launch bulk surveillance programs
  9. a District Court struck down an 11-year-old gag order imposed by the FBI on Nicholas Merrill, the owner of Calyx, an internet service provider.
  10. Kakao (formerly Daum Kakao), owns a South Korean internet company with a popular messaging service
  11. The U.N. Human Rights Council
  12. Moxie Marlinspike (& team), founder of Open Whisper Systems, an open source software group that freely offers the programs Signal, TextSecure, and Redphone
  13. Kate Westmoreland is a cybercrime and human rights expert with Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society. Her January paper, Foreign Law Enforcement Access to User Data: A Survival Guide and Call for Action,
  14. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO has vocally resisted government demands to weaken the company’s data security practices


  1. Hacking Team, covertly sold advanced communications surveillance services and resources to multiple governments and entities with poor records on human rights.
  2. Prime Minister Manuel Valls, pushed through dangerous new legislation that lacks clarity and precision, and authorizes French intelligence services to exercise broad surveillance powers without prior judicial approval or oversight.
  3. Pablo Romero Quezada is the former director of Ecuador’s intelligence agency, the Secretaría Nacional de Inteligencia (SENAIN)
  4. Attorney General Githu Muigai fought to preserve Kenya’s Security Laws despite a High Court judgment overturning the legislation.
  5. Canadian MP Steven Blaney was the sponsor of Bill C-51
  6. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron
  7. Anthony Batts, former Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department in the U.S. Acting under a nondisclosure agreement with the FBI that was signed by a previous commissioner, the Baltimore Police Department used the “Stingray” surveillance device 4,300 times

  8. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi argued before India’s Supreme Court that privacy is not a fundamental right
  9. Spanish Judge Javier Gómez Bermúdez jailed seven people without specifying the individualized charges or facts attributed to each suspect, forcing the defendants to make statements without knowing what they were accused of.
  10. Telefonica
  11. Prime Minister of Thailand, Prayut Chan-o-cha approved legislation to create a National Cybersecurity Committee
  12. Washington Post Editorial Board suggested that the U.S. Congress could compel Apple and Google to use their “wizardry” to create a “Secure Golden Key” for the government to access otherwise secure user data
  13. Gerhard Schindler is president of Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service (BND)
  14. U.S. Senator Richard Burr, As chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Senator Burr has been a driving force behind the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) legislation

Most Number of Rape and Sexual Harassment cases by High Courts: India

In Lists on மார்ச் 5, 2013 at 4:32 முப

  1. Uttar Pradesh – 8,215 cases in the Allahabad HC
  2. Madhya Pradesh – 3,758 cases
  3. Chandigarh – Punjab and Haryana – 2,717
  4. Chhattisgarh – 1,533
  5. Orissa – Odisha -1,080
  6. Rajasthan -1,164
  7. Mumbai – Mahrashtra – Bombay – 1,009
  8. New Delhi NCR – 924
  9. Jharkhand – 822
  10. Bihar – Patna – 797
  11. Trivandrum – Kerala – 420
  12. Hyderabad – Andhra Pradesh – 269
  13. Bengaluru – Karnataka – 243
  14. Gujarat – 230
  15. Madras – Tamil Nadu – 179
  16. Himachal Pradesh – 177
  17. Assam – Gauhati- 174
  18. Jammu & Kashmir – J&K – 28
  19. West Bengal – Calcutta – 27
  20. Uttarakhand – 26.

Anna Hazare Six Point Plan for Quick, Decisive and Measurable Improvements in India Politics

In India, Politics on செப்ரெம்பர் 6, 2012 at 9:48 பிப

  1. Voting for “clean” candidates – நல்ல வேட்பாளருக்கு வாக்களித்தல்
  2. Press for right to reject – வேட்பாளர்களை நிராகரிக்கும் முறையில் வாக்களித்தல்
  3. Seek more powers for gram sabha – கிராமசபாவுக்கு அதிக அதிகாரம் கோருதல்
  4. Citizens charter – குடிமக்கள் பட்டயம் தயார் செய்தல்
  5. Removing delays in official work – அலுவலகப் பணிகளில் தாமதத்தை தவிர்த்தல்
  6. Bringing police under “the control” of Lokpal and Lokayukta – போலீசையும் லோக்பால் அல்லது லோக்-ஆயுக்தா சட்டத்தின்கீழ் கொண்டு வருதல்

Ford Foundation: Notable Indian Grants, Corporate NGO partnerships & Fellowships

In Business, India, USA on ஓகஸ்ட் 14, 2012 at 8:26 பிப

  1. Amitabh Behar, Executive director,  National Foundation for India Supports voluntary development $25,00,000
  2. Dr Gladwin Joseph, Director, ATREE Striving to conserve biodiversity through sustainable development $13,19,031
  3. Indira JaisingDirector, Lawyers’ CollectivePromotes human rights for marginalised people$12,40,000
  4. Mathew Titus, Executive DirectorSa-Dhan Association Umbrella body of MFIs $9,10,000
  5. Kinsuk Mitra, chairperson, Winrock Intl – Sustainable rural resource management$8,00,000
  6. Sandeep Dikshit, Governing body member,CBGA Promotes accountability & participatory governance $6,50,000
  7. J. Mohanty, Chairperson, Credibility Alliance Promoting norms of accountability among NGOs $6,00,000
  8. Akhila Sivadas, Executive Director, Centre for Advocacy & Research Rights of marginalised populations $5,00,000
  9. JNU, Leading liberal arts university; FF funds used to set up Centre for Law & Governance$4,00,000
  10. Manish Sisodia, Founder, Kabir – Promoting RTI for transparency & accountability; Anna Hazare supporter$3,97,000
  11. Yogendra Yadav, Fellow, Centre for Study of Developing Societies, A think-tank largely funded by ICSSR $3,50,000
  12. Parthiv Shah Founder Director, CMAC Promotes culture, design & focuses on governance $2,55,000
  13. Nandan M. Nilekani, President, NCAER, Influential think-tank on policy issues that have found application $2,30,000
  14. Pratap Bhanu Mehta Head, Centre for Policy Research Leading think-tank, provides advisory services to govt $687,000

The top ten tainted MPs in 15th Lok Sabha

In India, Politics on மே 17, 2009 at 7:36 பிப

Source: 17.2 per cent rise in criminal turned MPs: Report: “The Bharatiya Janata Party tops the list of criminal candidates with 42. The Congress is a close second with 41 tainted candidates. Among the states Uttar Pradesh tops the list with 31 criminal candidates of which 22 have serious charges. Maharashtra comes second among the states with 23 candidtates with criminal charges.”

Note: Affidavits of 8 new MPs (all from Tamil Nadu) are not available on Election commission’s website.

1. Jagadish Sharma of Janata Dal- United elected from the Jahanabad constituency tops the list. He is an accused in 6 cases and there are 17 serious counts under the Indian Penal Code booked against him.

2. Bal Kumar Patel of the Samajwadi Party from the Mirzapur constituency in Uttar Pradesh is an accused in 10 cases and has 13 serious counts under the IPC.

3. Prabhath Singh Pratap Singh Chauvan of the Bharatiya Janata Party elected from Pachamal, Gujarat has three cases and 10 serious counts under the IPC.

4. Kapil Muni Karwariya of Bahujan Samaj Party elected from Phulpur, UP has 4 cases and 8 serious counts under the IPC.

5. P Karunakaran of Communist Party of India-Marxist from Kasargod, Kerala has 12 cases and 6 serious counts under the IPC.

6. Lalu Prasad Yadav of the Rashtriya Janata Dal from Bihar, Saran has 2 cases and 6 serious counts under the IPC.

7. Kunwarjibhai Mohanbhai Bavaliya of Congress from Rajkot, Gujarat has 2 cases with 6 serious counts under the IPC.

8. Vittalrao Hansrajbhai Radadiya of the Congress from Porbandar, Gujarat has 16 cases with 5 serious IPC counts.

9. Feroze Varun Gandhi of BJP from Pilibhit, UP has 6 cases and 5 cases with serious IPC counts.

10. Chandrakanth Raghunath Patil of BJP from Navsari has 6 cases and 5 cases with serious IPC counts.

Notable Omission: DMK‘s Madurai MP M.K. Alagiri with 19+ Crore assets

டாப் 10 சட்டக் கல்லூரி: இந்தியா டுடே பட்டியல்

In India on மே 15, 2009 at 3:42 முப

  1. இந்திய தேசிய சட்டப் பள்ளி பல்கலைக்கழகம், பெங்களூரூ
  2. யூனிவர்சிடி காலேஜ் ஆஃப் லா, பங்களூரூ பல்கலை., பெங்களூர்
  3. ஐ. எல். எஸ் சட்டக் கல்லூரி, புனே
  4. நால்சார், ஹைதராபாத்
  5. சிம்பயாசிஸ் சொசைட்டி சட்டக் கல்லூரி, புனே
  6. அரசு சட்டக் கல்லூரி, மும்பை பல்கலை., பம்பாய்
  7. பெங்களூர் இன்ஸ்டிடியூட் ஆஃப் லீகல் ஸ்டடீஸ், பெங்களூரு
  8. மகாத்மா காந்தி சட்டக் கல்லூரி, ஹைதராபாத்
  9. சட்டத்துறை, தில்லி பல்கலைக்கழகம், தில்லி
  10. சட்டத்துறை, அலிகர் முஸ்லிம் பல்கலைக்கழகம், அலிகர்

Top 10 Download sites: Torrents

In Internet, Technology on பிப்ரவரி 4, 2009 at 4:45 பிப

நன்றி: ஊரோடி :: 2008 இன் சிறந்த பத்து ரொறன்ற் இணையத்தளங்கள்

2008 ஆம் அண்டின் சிறந்த பத்து டொரென்ட் இணையத்தளங்களை TorrentFreak இணையத்தளம் வரிசைப்படுத்தி உள்ளது. ரொறன்ற் இணையத்தளங்களுடாக எமக்கு தேவையான மென்பொருள்கள், படங்கள் என எவற்றை வேண்டுமானாலும் தரவிறக்க முடியும். ஆனால் அண்மைக்காலங்களாக இவை சட்ட ரீதியான சிக்கல்களை சந்தித்து வருகின்றன.

1. The Pirate Bay
2. Mininova
3. IsoHunt
4. Torrentz
5. Torrent Reactor
6. Demonoid
7. BTJunkie
8. Sumo Torrent
9. BTMon
10. TorrentPortal

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