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No more Safe Harbour....or Harbor

European Court of Justice has ruled that transatlantic data sharing agreement is invalid. What does this mean for UK businesses that utilise US datacentres or Cloud services? 820 more words

Data Protection

Restricted area to be cut only after removal of encroachments: HC

Courtesy : TNS

The Punjab and Haryana High Court today made it clear that the proposal for reducing the restricted zone around the IAF ammunition depot at Gurgaon from 900 to 300 metres could be permitted only if the state government undertook removal of encroachments within the 300-meter area.Taking up the matter, a Division Bench of Justice Satish Kumar Mittal and Justice Mahavir Singh Chauhan also gave Haryana time till November 17 to file a detailed reply. 230 more words

IAF Ammunition Depot Gurgaon

Bidco | The Gift That Keeps On Giving

When we talk of gifts that keep on giving, a few months ago, many families in Kalangala woke up one morning without a source of income. 436 more words



Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court has retrained Secretary Urban Development SP Singh from functioning in the capacity of Secretary.
A division bench comprising Justice Arun Tandon and Justice AK Mishra passed the order while hearing a writ petition which has alleged that SP Singh had already retired on July 31, 2014 and thus he cannot be appointed as Secretary which is an IAS cadre post. 107 more words

Court Rules to Keep Clinic Open

Good news! The early medication abortion service at Family Planning’s Tauranga clinic is to stay open, thanks to a ruling in the High Court yesterday (1 Oct.), which came four months after the anti-abortion group Right to Life made its case that the licence for the clinic was unlawful. 411 more words


Omagh accused facing jail for alleged contempt

Two of the men found liable for the 1998 Omagh bombings in civil court proceedings face being jailed for contempt unless they comply with orders to disclose details of their assets. 196 more words