IP Battles Are Increasing World Over
Intellectual property (IP) disputes have increased tremendously. As more and more individuals and organisations have started asserting their IP claims, the litigation and court cases have also increased.
Online Dispute Resolution Centre Launched In India
India is not using ICT for dispute resolution whether it pertains to e-courts or contemporary out of court dispute resolution in the form of online dispute resolution. Fortunately, the first ever Techno-Legal Online Dispute Resolution Centre of India has been launched by Perry4Law that would cater the dispute resolution, training, educational and many more such crucial requirements in India.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Civil Liberties Protection In Cyberspace
The government of India must reconcile the national security aspects of India with human rights protection in cyberspace. This is a difficult task especially in the absence of a dedicate privacy law and data protection law in India.
Judicial Reforms In India Are Urgently Required
India is in emergent need to adopt judicial reform as public trust and confidence in Indian judiciary is at its nadir. E-Courts have the potential to remove the mammoth backlog of cases existing in India but India does not have experts to implement this ambitious project.
Ignorance Or Deliberate Misleading: The Hung Cyber Law Of India
India has become an important business destination for many countries. That is why lot of people are interested in knowing about its laws especially the cyber law of India. The growing interest of the International community in the recent Information Technology Amendment Act, 2008 is well understandable. This work is clarifying the "current status" of the same for all those who are interested in the same.
Friday, May 15, 2009
India Is Transforming into Endemic E-Surveillance Society
This article is discussing the existing as well as possible future law regarding e-surveillance in India and its consequences if the Government exceeds the same. The balance between privacy rights and e-surveillance powers of the government is must that has been neglected for the time being.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Data Protection Law In India
Data Protection issues have not been given much importance in India. The Information Technology Act, 2000 is the sole cyber law of India. In the absence of a sata protection law in India and weak cyber law, the outsourcing industry may be badly hurt. This article is analysing these concerns from both cyber law and data protection perspective.