Balancing Data Privacy and Processing in Higher Education: An Evaluation within Hyderabad's Jurisdiction
Ravi Kant, Akbar Khan
Data privacy, Higher education, Hyderabad, Technological infrastructure, Legal provisions, Awareness.
This research delves into the intricate balance between data privacy and processing in higher education institutions in Hyderabad, India, focusing on the notion of privacy and the significance of spatial and psychological seclusion to safeguard individuals' private affairs. It is anchored in the landmark 2017 Supreme Court verdict on the Right to Privacy, spurred by Justice K.S. Puttaswamy's challenge to the Aadhaar scheme in 2012. Commencing with outlining objectives and hypotheses, the paper conducts a comprehensive literature review and discusses the research methodology. Findings from surveys involving stakeholders aged 18 to 54, representing central, state, and private universities, reveal noteworthy issues regarding data security measures. Analysis juxtaposes hypotheses, findings, and prior research, addressing emerging technologies, legal frameworks, and diverse stakeholder perspectives. Conclusions advocate for enhanced technological infrastructure, strengthened legislation, increased training initiatives, and mechanisms for reporting concerns. Additionally, the paper underscores the necessity for long-term studies across various cultural contexts, engaging interdisciplinary experts to advance data privacy practices in higher education.
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Unique Paper ID: 164115

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 125 - 137
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