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  1. Jul 2018
    1. in connection with any activity which involves profiling of data principals within the territory of India.

      This clause gives the law jurisdiction over data of Indian residents or visitors, processed beyond the physical boundaries of India

    2. in connection with any business carried on in India, or any systematic activity of offering goods or services to data principals within the territory of India; or

      Since the Internet is boundary-less, this law will apply to all online services that are being consumed in India: apps downloaded, websites viewed.

  2. Mar 2018
    1. t extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir.

      Used in the booklet on Pg 14 as: "The new law says you have a right to vend anywhere in the country"

    2. It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notificationin the Official Gazette, appoint; and different dates may be appointed for different States andany reference in any provision to the commencement of this Act shall be construed inrelation to any State as a reference to the coming into force of that provision in that State.

      Used in the booklet on Pg 13 along with some background into how the act came about as: "There was no law specifically for street vendors," said Neela. "Several unions protested for a long time. First, a national level policy was launched in 2009. The in 2013, an important case was fought in the supreme court by Maharashtra Ekta Hawkers Union. It was a union of people like you and me. And in the 2014, the Street Vendors Act of 2014 became a new law. The law says street vending is your right."

  3. Jul 2017
    1. I have often wondered about where you are on a mileage run if you never “really” enter a country as well as pre-clearance countries i.e. that you re-enter the USA before you get to the USA. If you have ~10 minutes today I think you will enjoy the clip as much a I did.

      This is a fascinating video!

  4. Apr 2015
    1. “Honestly,” said Wiener, “it is perplexing to me why people are so insistent that local communities should not have control. The behavior we see on (our) street is a very localized issue. We should be able to address it.

      Our local communities passed sit-lie, Scott. Not only that, but on the very same ballot was a measure that would increase foot patrols.

      We can't, from one side of our mouths, say that we should have local control, and then from the other side that police don't get discretion in how they address use of public space but instead must enforce a law like sit-lie.

      Our local community got it wrong. If we can get it right at the state level, then fine.

      I don't care at which level it happens, I care that our laws encode compassion.