Tuesday, 17 July 2018

17th July 2018 | Daily current affairs for APSC



  • Dimasa National Council (DNC) today served an ultimatum on the Centre demanding return of Dimapur to the proposed Hirimbapur autonomous state. A delegation of the DNC met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh at his North Block office demanding return of Dimapur.
  • Recommending a series of measures of “privacy, security and ownership of data in telecom networks”, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India held that consumers are owners of their data and that entities controlling, processing their information are “mere custodians and do not have primary rights over this data”. “The Right to Choice, Notice, Consent, Data Portability, and Right to be Forgotten should be conferred upon the telecommunication consumers,” Trai recommended to the Department of Telecom. It said that in order to ensure sufficient choices to the users of digital services, granularities in the consent mechanism should be built-in by the service providers. Trai has suggested that all entities in the digital ecosystem including telecom operators should transparently disclose the information about the privacy breaches on their websites along with the actions taken for mitigation, and preventing such breaches in future.
  • Croatia captain Luka Modric said being awarded the Golden Ball for the World Cup’s best player was “bittersweet” after losing the final 4-2 to France on Sunday.


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