Saturday, December 22, 2012

Indian Law Firms Database

Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have launched a platform where database of Indian law firms would be available. The database is the most comprehensive legal database of India that is not only providing information about the techno legal aspects applicable in India but is also providing relevant and useful information in this crucial field.

A must see resource for all national and international stakeholders interested in techno legal aspects applicable in India.

See Law Firms In New Delhi India for more.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

E-Books And Bookstores In India

The e-books segment is increasing in India due to favourable legal and commercial environment. The e-books publication in India and e-commerce industry is also flourishing. The print book industry is also eying the potential of e-book segment and they are exploring the e-commerce method to increase their revenues. Amid all this excitement remains the fact that e-commerce laws and regulations in India are still not followed by and large by various e-commerce entities in India.

See Will E-Books Kill The Bookstores In India? for more.

E-Books Segment Increasing In India

Traditionally book reading was confined to paper based books alone. This has both advantages and disadvantages. But the things have changed dramatically now. With the active use of Internet and information and communication technology (ICT), the book publication and distribution industry has witnessed a sea change.

Electronic books publication is the latest trend world over. Although the market share of books publication is still dominated by printed books yet e-books business segment is also fast catching up.

Many e-commerce players belonging to education sector are eying India for a larger market for e-books. This cannot be effectively done till e-commerce laws and regulations in India are duly followed.

See E-Books Publication In India And E-Commerce Industry for more.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Cyber Security In India

I have started another blog titled cyber security in India. The same would primarily cover issues pertaining to cyber security in India and world wide. However, other techno legal issues of national and international importance would also be covered. I request my friends to join me in this endeavour and help the platform to reach the level where our other platforms have reached.

See Cyber Security In India for more.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Cyber Law Lawyers In India

Information and communication technology (ICT) is a field that requires good working knowledge about technology. If we add legal issues to it, ICT dealings become techno legal in nature. This techno legal nature of laws like cyber law and fields like cyber forensics, cyber security, etc poses big challenge for legal fraternity world wide.

For instance, we have very few cyber law firms in India. There are a few law firms for cyber law in New Delhi India that are providing cyber law due diligence services in Delhi, India. In fact, these law firms are giving cyber law a new shape in India. We would need many good cyber law lawyers and law firms in India in near future.

Perry4Law is the exclusive techno legal cyber law firm in New Delhi, India and world wide that is internationally renowned in the fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, etc. Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) further strengthens the techno legal expertise of Perry4Law.

Although cyber security as a legal field has been acknowledged by foreign lawyers and law firms yet cyber security law firms in India or cyber security lawyers in India are still missing. In fact, Perry4Law is the exclusive cyber security law firm in New Delhi, India.

Of late, young lawyers have started to explore career in areas like cyber law and intellectual property rights (IPRs). Traditional litigation fields like civil and criminal laws are not attracting them any more.

However, making a career in cyber law is not an easy task. These young lawyers need to ensure cyber skills development so that they can effectively manage the technical aspects of cyber law. PTLB is providing the exclusive techno legal e-learning in India for various stakeholders, including young lawyers.

With the growth of online cyber law education in India, cyber law as a career for young lawyers is going to be top choice. Those seeking career in cyber law must ensure that they invest in practical trainings and not theoretical knowledge. If you wish to be a good ICT and cyber law lawyer in India, start acquainting yourself with practical aspects of cyber law.

Source: Techno Legal Journalists.

Structuring Of Investments In Indian E-Commerce Businesses

The structuring of investments in e-commerce businesses in India is a tricky issue. Many e-commerce players like Flipkart and Bharti Walmart are already facing investigation for violation of India laws including these pertaining to foreign direct investment (FDI) violations, market access norms violations, industry lobbying, etc.

FDI in wholesale trading and e-commerce sectors of India under consolidated FDI policy of India 2012 was given a major boost by Indian government. Even the parliament of India recently approved FDI in e-commerce sector of India.

While structuring of investments in e-commerce business in India both national and global financer, investors and private equity players must keep in mind the techno legal requirements of India. In case of doubt they may seek the techno legal services of Perry4Law and similar law firms.

See Techno Legal News for more.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Are Indian And International E-Commerce Players Flouting Indian Laws?

Amid strong protests raised at the parliament of India by the opposition party, the Indian government has ordered an investigation into the alleged Walmart lobbying issue. This raises a genuine question: are Indian and international e-commerce players flouting Indian laws?

Perry4Law has already shared a legal research report regarding business structuring of e-commerce in India. It seems Indian e-commerce, FDI regulations and cyber due diligence are not complied with by various national and international e-commerce players as on date.

E-Commerce Laws and Regulations in India and FDI Regulations are two of the most common Regulations governing E-Commerce in India, says Praveen Dalal, managing partner of ICT law firm Perry4Law. While Indian and International E-Commerce players are well aware of FDI Regulations yet E-Commerce Laws of India are still not followed by and large, opines Dalal. 

See Probe Against Walmart In India Ordered For Market Access Lobbying for more.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Indian E-Commerce, FDI Regulations And Cyber Due Diligence

E-Commerce Laws and Regulations in India and FDI Regulations are two of the most common Regulations governing E-Commerce in India, says Praveen Dalal, managing partner of ICT law firm Perry4Law. While Indian E-Commerce players are well aware of FDI Regulations yet E-Commerce Laws of India are still not followed by and large, opines Dalal. 

For a legal e-commerce business in India, the e-commerce businesses structuring in India must be done with due regard to applicable laws of India. The legal research report by Perry4Law for business structuring of e-commerce in India has given a special emphasis to techno legal compliances for that e-commerce players of India must follow.

For instance, Cyber Law Due Diligence in India and Cyber Due Diligence for Indian Companies are equally applicable to E-Commerce Players of India, suggests Dalal. There is a general Apathy among E-Commerce Players of India towards complying with these Statutory Requirements, opines Dalal.

See Cjnews India for more.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Business Structuring Of E-Commerce In India: Legal Research Report By Perry4Law

E-commerce businesses structuring in India is the latest concept in India. Thanks to the flourishing usage of information and communication technology (ICT) in India, e-commerce entrepreneurs have started exploring this avenue. However, practical difficulties and legal hassles are still troubling Indian e-commerce players. In this very useful techno legal research report made by Perry4Law, it has shared the techno legal aspects of e-commerce rules and regulations of India.

See Cjnews India for more.

Friday, December 7, 2012

E-Commerce Businesses Structuring In India By Perry4Law

In this techno legal research report made by Perry4Law, India’s exclusive techno legal ICT and e-commerce law firm of India, it has shared the techno legal aspects of e-commerce rules and regulations of India.

About Perry4Law

Perry4Law is the Exclusive Techno Legal Corporate, IP And ICT Law Firm of India that is providing domain specific services on Corporate, IP and ICT matters such as Banking and Finance, Business Setup, Corporate and Commercial Advisory, etc. See Perry4Law’s Services for more details.

See Cjnews India for more.

Cyber Law In India For Facebook And Google

Facebook and Google are Internet intermediaries within the meaning of cyber law of India. As internet intermediaries, Facebook and Google are required to comply with various national and international laws.

Internet intermediaries in India are required to follow certain due diligence requirements under the cyber law of India incorporated in the information technology act, 2000 (IT Act 2000). If they fail to observe such cyber due diligence, the safe harbour protection available under the IT Act 2000 is lost.

While pre screening of contents and expecting Internet intermediaries like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, YouTube, Linkedin, etc to keep a vigil watch upon the Internet is simply unreasonable and unrealistic yet asking Internet intermediaries to block or remove offending contents, after they have been duly notified in this regard, is a genuine need and reasonable demand.

Such removal or non removal of objectionable and offending contents cannot be considered to be right or wrong as per Internet intermediaries or Indian government’s viewpoint. Rather an independent analysis of the same must be made by courts keeping in mind the facts and applicable laws.

Further, there must be uniformity in application of Indian laws to all in similar situations. If there is a discrimination against foreign companies and favour for domestic companies, this undermines the confidence and trust of online community world over. For instance, recently Reliance and Airtel blocked websites in India whose legality is still doubtful. Department of information technology (DIT) must investigate such blocking in order to rule out favoritism for domestic companies.

It has also been reported that social media websites users in other states of India are planning to engage in legal battles in such states to access any blockage of such websites. Legally they can do so but in the long run such a move would be counter productive.

In the past, the argument of being a subsidiary has kicked back and now the parent company has to face the trial. Even if the subsidiaries are exempted from any criminal liability, the liability of parent company is now emerging as an even bigger issue. Let us see how Indian Courts would decide these cases.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Indian Crisis Management Plan For Cyber Attacks And Cyber Terrorism

Crisis management plan of India is one of the most important policy requirements. This is so because the threats of cyber attacks, cyber espionage and cyber terrorism are looming large at India. India needs to understand the seriousness of cyber attacks upon its critical infrastructures and cyberspace. To start with, India must formulate a crisis management plan to tackle cyber attacks, cyber terrorism and cyber espionage attempts.

Crisis management plan (CMP) is a measure of readiness to meet uncertainties and future risks and accidents. If we have a good crisis management plan at place, we can minimise the damage and harm to maximum possible extent.

CMP pertaining to information and communication technology (ICT) is an essential part of national ICT policy of India. The other parts of national ICT policy of India are cyber security policy of India, critical infrastructure protection policy of India, critical national infrastructure protection policy of India from cyber attacks, national security policy of India, etc.

Similarly, we must also formulate a cyber security policy for India. With more and more networks and computers are now connected with public utilities and essential public services, cyber security assumes great significance these days. India is also looking forward for mandatory electronic delivery of services. This would increase the risks of cyber attacks upon crucial public delivery systems of India.

The government of India has issues certain guidelines to safeguard Indian cyberspace. According to these guidelines no sensitive information is to be stored on the systems that are connected to Internet. The Government has also claimed to have formulated Crisis Management Plan for countering cyber attacks and cyber terrorism for implementation by all Ministries/ Departments of Central Government, State Governments and their organizations and critical sectors.

The organisations operating critical information infrastructure have been advised to implement information security management practices based on International Standard ISO 27001. Ministries and Departments have been further advised to carry out their IT systems audit regularly to ensure robustness of their systems. Ministry of External Affairs has also issued a comprehensive set of IT security instructions for all users of MEA and periodically updates them on vulnerabilities.

Although the steps taken by Indian government are praiseworthy, they are not sufficient to ward off the sophisticated cyber attacks. The practical implementation of the crisis management plan of India is still missing. With a beginning already taken place, it needs a political will to give it a final shape and help it to reach its final destination.

Source: Cjnews India.

Unconstitutional And Illegal Biometrics Collection Laws And Practices In India

India is passing through one of the “Most Dangerous Periods” for Civil Liberties and Human Rights Protections. No time in the past Indian Citizens were so “Vulnerable” to Human Rights Violations and blatant violation of their Fundamental Rights.

The Constitution of India has conferred many Fundamental Rights upon Indian Citizens and Persons. However, Indian Government is acting in clear “Derogation” of these Fundamental Rights and Human Rights.

Article 21 of Indian Constitution confers Privacy Rights in India to all. Similarly, Article 21 also confers Right to Life and Liberty to all that cannot be taken away except by “Due Process of Law”. Articles 14, 19 and 21 collectively protect against “Arbitrary and Unconstitutional State Actions”.

Despite all these “Protections and Rights” we have Authorities like Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) that is not governed by any Law whatsoever. Similarly, we have provisions pertaining to National Population Register (NPR) of India that are clearly “Unconstitutional”.

We have no dedicated Data Protection Laws in India, Data Security Laws in India, Cyber Security Laws in India, etc. Even the Cyber Law of India, incorporated in the Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act 2000), is an “Endemic E-Surveillance Enabling Law” that requires urgent “Repeal”.
Cyber Security in India is also in bad shape and even the Supreme Court of India has chided Indian Government to boost up its Cyber Security to protect National Security of India. National Security and Right to Information in India are on “Crossroads” where the “National Security Card” is very frequently played by Indian Government to deny “Legitimate and Eligible Information” to Indian Citizens.

In all this “Political and Legislative Mess” we have a “Bonus” for Indian Government as well. The Parliamentary Oversight of Intelligence Agencies of India is missing and they are “Not Accountable” to any “Legislative and Parliamentary Scrutiny”.  Intelligence related Projects like National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID), Central Monitoring System (CMS) of India, proposed National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC) of India, etc have no Parliamentary Approval and Oversight.  

There is no second opinion that collection of “Highly Sensitive Biometric Details” by any Governmental Agency or Authority in such circumstances is not only “Unconstitutional” but is also “Highly Risky” for Life and Liberty of Indian Citizens/Persons. In fact, collection of Biometric Details by UIDAI and NPR are clearly “Unconstitutional and Illegal” and Indian Citizens and Residents can “Refuse” to provide the same no matter what these Authorities and Laws say.

Human Rights Protection in India is at its nadir. Similarly, Civil Liberties Protection in Indian Cyberspace is in doldrums. If we keep on succumbing to the “Pressure Tactics” of Indian Government, the day would be not far when Indian Government would have complete control over our “Body and Soul”.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Techno Legal Thoughts

I have started a new blog titled Techno Legal Thoughts that would discuss issues like cyber law, cyber forensics, cyber security, trainings and education, cyber threats and cyber attacks, etc.

The purpose of this blog is to share short and contemporary techno legal issues from around the globe. I am also expecting that my colleagues from other platforms would also join me in this endeavour.

Kindly visit Techno Legal Thoughts for more details.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Cyber Security In India

India's Proposal On International Telecommunications Regulation (ITRs)

So what should be India’s stand during the forthcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) to be held in Dubai next month?

Important issues like Cyber Security, Cyber Forensics, E-Surveillance, Human Rights Protection in Cyberspace, International Cyber Crime Investigation Support, etc must be essential part of the proposed ITRs, suggests Praveen Dalal, managing partner of Perry4Law and CEO of PTLB.

PTLB has launched many effective and dedicated initiatives and projects that would help in achieving the objectives of ITU in general and ITRs in particular. For instance, projects like national cyber security database of India (NCSDI), cyber security research and development centre of India (CSRDCI), cyber forensics research and development centre of India, cyber crimes investigation centre of India, etc are on the lines that ITU has been projecting for long.

See Cjnews India for more.

Indian Cyber Security: Are We Secured Enough?

We must stress upon Acceptable International ICT Policies and Strategies while keeping in mind the Golden Principle that National Security and Human Rights Must Be Reconciled in India and World wide, opines Praveen Dalal managing partner of Perry4Law and CEO of PTLB.

See Cjnews India for more.

International Telecommunications Regulations (ITRs) And Indian Response

The cyber law of India, incorporated as the information technology act, 2000 (IT Act 2000), has already crossed the limits of constitutionality and reasonableness. In fact, Praveen Dalal, managing partner of Perry4Law and CEO of PTLB, has already shown his dissatisfaction with the proposed IT Act 2008 amendments in the year 2008 itself. Some have even suggested that the cyber law of India should be repealed.

See Cjnews India for more.

Friday, November 23, 2012

User ID De-Activation Form- E- Court

Now e-courts fees payment for judicial purposes has been allowed in New Delhi, India. If you are a user, you can download the user id de-activation form- e- court fees payment for judicial purposes.

User ID Creation Form For ACC- E Courts

Now e-courts fees payment for judicial purposes has been allowed in New Delhi, India. If you are a user, you can download the user id creation form for ACC- E- court fees payment for judicial purposes.

See Legal Enablement Of ICT Systems In India for more.

Application Form For E-Court Officials

Now e-courts fees payment for judicial purposes has been allowed in New Delhi, India. If you are a court official, you can download the application form for court officials-e- court fees payment for judicial purposes.

See Legal Enablement Of ICT Systems In India for more.

Is Google Playing Stupid Or Is IT Actually Stupid?

Of late, Google has started playing ignorant and stupid while handing DMCA complaints. Google is removing the contents of copyright holders and DMCA notice sender instead of the infringer’s posts/search results.

There are many reasons for censoring and manipulation of SERPS, news and blog results by Google.  Further, there are methods that Google uses to filter, manipulate and censor contents.

Google has once again removed the original and copyrighted article instead of removing the copyright infringing material. Our article titled “Cyber Security Capabilities of India Must be Strengthened” has been shifted to draft folder by ignorant employees of Google.

See Websites,Blogs And News Censorship By Google And India for more.

E- Courts Fees Payments For Judicial Purposes In New Delhi India

Most of you may be already well aware that the concepts of e-courts in India and online dispute resolution (ODR) in India are still not adopted in a full fledged manner by Indian government. Of course, private players like Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been managing the elite techno legal e-courts consultancy and training centre of India that is the exclusive initiative of its kind in India.

Now the Government of NCT of Delhi will be implementing e- court fees for judicial purposes. E-court fees is an Internet based application that may give the payer convenience of paying court fees without the hassles involved in obtaining physical judicial stamps.

The downloadable forms in this regard are available at:

(1) Application form for court officials,

(2) User id creation form for acc,

(3) User id de-activation form.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Google Is Playing Stupid And Is Winning Too

In this shocking report titled “Is Google Playing Stupid Or Is It Actually Stupid?”, it has been revealed that Google is deliberately deleting the original and copyrighted articles instead of the infringing material.

The report also claims that Google is deliberately playing stupid to harass copyright holders and law abiding people and is giving illegal and unreasonable advantage to the copyright violators.

Clearly, don’t be evil concept of Google has already perished and all that Google is doing is engaging in unethical activities to safeguard its own commercial and other interests.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Cyber Law Of India Should Be Repealed

According to Praveen Dalal, managing partner of ICT law firm Perry4Law and CEO of PTLB, IT Act 2000 is more on the side of a collection of “Legal Jargon” than a Law as contemplated by the Constitution of India.

With the Information Technology Amendment Act, 2008 (IT Act 2008), even this Legal Jargon has become a “Legal Nuisance”. The net effect of the IT Act 2008 was that Indian Cyber Law ceased to be a “Reasonable and Constitutional Law”.

Now the only proper course that is left for Indian Government in general and Parliament of India in particular is to “Repeal” the Cyber Law of India and come up with a Decent, Sensible and Constitutional Law.

See ICTPS Blog for more.

Electronic Courts In India

Implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Indian Judiciary and in Indian Courts needs rejuvenation. The successful use of e-governance for Indian e-judiciary model requires a techno-legal e-court framework. We need ICT Training and e-courts training for Indian Judicial System as soon as possible. Further, electronic courts in India must also be supported by active use of online dispute resolution (ODR) in India to reduce backlog of cases. Legal enablement of ICT systems in India is need of the hour.

E-Courts Consultancy And Training Centre Of In India

Establishment and operation of E-Courts require Techno Legal expertise. At Perry4Law, PTLB and PTLITC we take care of the Techno Legal challenges of E-Courts establishment in India and globally.

See E-Courts Consultancy And Training Centre Of In India for more.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Techno Legal Database Of Cyber And Information Security Professionals Of India

National Cyber Security Database of India (NCSDI) is an initiative by Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) to strengthen the Cyber Security Capabilities of India. Our aim is to constitute a Techno Legal Cyber Security Database of India. This Database would work in the direction of fighting against Cyber Threats and Cyber Attacks including Cyber Terrorism Against India, Cyber Warfare Against India, Cyber Espionage Against India, Critical Infrastructure Protection in India, Managing India’s Cyber Security Problems, Issues and Challenges, etc.

See Database Of Cyber Security Professionals In India for more.

Cyber Security Research And Development Centre Of India (CSRDCI)

If you are interested in Techno Legal Cyber Security Issues of India and World Wide, this is the right place to start with. This Platform and Website is managed by Perry4Law, Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) and Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC). This Website is also trying to Consolidate the Cyber Security Initiatives and Projects of PTLB at a single place.

Cyber Law Firms In New Delhi India

Cyber Law of India can be found in the form of Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act 2000). Being a novel and upcoming field, there are very few Cyber Law Firms In India, Cyber Law Lawyers in India, Cyber Law Advocates in India and Cyber Law Legal Firms in India.

Cyber Forensics Research And Development Centre Of India (CFRDCI)

Cyber Forensics in India or Computer Forensics in India must be made an integral part of the Legal and Judicial System of India. Cyber Forensics is also an essential part of Legal Enablement of ICT Systems in India. Cyber Forensics is also integral to ICT Policies and Strategies of India.

See Cyber Forensics Firms And Companies In India for more.

Internet And Cyber Crimes Against Women In India And Applicable Laws

Cyber Crimes against Women in India is at rise. However, in the absence of Cyber Law Awareness in India very few women are aware as to where to file a Compliant or how to pursue a Cyber Crime Case in India.

See Cyber And Hi-Tech Crimes Investigation And Training Centre (CHCIT) Of India for more.

Online Cyber Security, Cyber Forensics, Ethical Hacking And Cyber Law Courses And Trainings In India

This Techno Legal Initiative of Perry4Law, Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) deals with Cyber Security, Computer Forensics, Ethical Hacking, Network Security and many such Online Techno Legal Courses, Education, Trainings and Skills Development in India and World Wide.

Cyber Terrorism In India And Its Solutions

The traditional concepts and methods of terrorism have taken new dimensions, which are more destructive and deadly in nature. In the age of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) terrorists have acquired an expertise to produce the most deadly combination of weapons and technology, which if not properly safeguarded in due course of time, will take its own toll. The damage so produced would be almost irreversible and most catastrophic in nature. In short, we are facing the worst form of terrorism popularly known as "Cyber Terrorism".

See PTLB Blog for more.

Additional resources:

(1) Cyber Terrorism In India

(2) Cyber Terrorism In India And Its Preparedness

(3) Cyber Terrorism At India

(4) Cyber Terrorism is a National Security Hazard

(5) Cyber Terrorism Against India

Legal Framework For E-Governance In India

Legal enablement of ICT systems in India and legal framework for information society of India are still missing in India. For instance, we have no legal framework for e-courts in India, online dispute resolution in India, mandatory e-governance services in India, etc. Further, we have no dedicated legal framework for cloud computing in India as on date.

Although electronic delivery (e-delivery) of services in India is needed yet in the absence of suitable policies and legal frameworks in this regard, e-delivery of services in India is still a dream.

See Legal Enablement Of ICT Systems In India for more.

Digital Communication Channels For Drugs And Healthcare Products In India

E-commerce in India is booming and pharmaceutical and health care industry is also eying upon the same for greater reach and more profits. However, legal enablement of e-health in India is still missing. In fact, e-health in India is facing legal roadblocks. Till now we do not have any dedicated e-health laws and regulations in India.

See E-Commerce Laws And Regulations In India for more.

Electronic Trading Of Medical Drugs In India

Electronic trading or online shopping of commodities is a fast, efficacious and cost effective method of business and commerce. However, e-trading is not a free ride but is subject to well defined rules and regulations world wide. This is more so regarding pharmaceutical products that require an additional precaution while dealing in an online environment.

We have no dedicated e-commerce laws and regulations in India. However, the basic outline of the same has been laid down in the information technology act 2000 (IT Act 2000). The IT Act 2000 is also the sole cyber law of India that primarily deals with contraventions and offences pertaining to e-commerce and e-trading in India.

See E-Commerce Laws And Regulations In India for more.

Indian Mobile Banking Cyber Security

In this post by zgoldmann, the author has discussed about the state of mobile banking cyber security in India. The author referred to this article about Indian cyber security that portrays one of the fundamental flaws of the tech age we are living in. Technology is moving faster than the rules and laws that may govern it. And even when laws and mandates do catch up with technology it is nearly impossible to make sure everyone complies with them.

This article addresses primarily the fact that Indian Banks have adopted new mobile banking technologies without protecting their customers by ensuring that their security is up to par. This leaves customers at extreme risk. Furthermore, because under the law these crimes have not been put into one specific category (financial or cyber), most banks are just blaming their customers where they can.

From what I can tell even though there are SOME laws and regulations in place about mobile banks, there need to be more and ones that are not redundant. But more than this, it seems as though India needs a regulatory body over mobile banking to ensure that both banks and consumers are fulfilling their duties, and not leaving themselves open to blind attacks. I think if this came into being and was effective, mobile banking would be much more widely accepted in India.

Techno legal experts from India’s exclusive ICT law firm Perry4Law and techno legal institution PTLB have been maintaining that India’s cyber security challenges have become too gruesome to be ignored. Cyber security issues in India have been ignored for too long. Mobile banking cyber security in India is one such aspect of Indian cyber security that has been ignored. It is high time for Indian government to do the needful in this regard.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Intellectual Property (IP) Law Firms In India

Intellectual property rights in India cover different aspects of intellectual property. These include trademark, copyright, patents, geographical indications, semiconductor protection and other such categories.

With the growth of intellectual property in India, the need of intellectual property rights services in India has also increased a lot. There are many good IPRs law firms in India that are catering the requirements of various IPRs holders.

However, Perry4Law is the exclusive techno legal ICT law firm of India that is providing many techno legal services in India of unique nature. These include corporate, technology and IPRs service as well.

With the adoption of Madrid agreement and Madrid protocol by India, trademarks protection in India would be given a new meaning. International registration of trademarks under Madrid agreement and Madrid protocol would also increase in future. Similarly, patents registration in India is another IPR field that is very popular in India.

IP rights are difficult to invent and acquire. Thus, their protection and management must also be taken very seriously. All possible legal recourses must be undertaken to safeguard IP rights in India so that they may not be misused.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Electronic Commerce Legal Firms in India

Entrepreneurs from diverse fields are exploring electronic commerce (e-commerce) in India. This is a good sign but e-commerce laws and regulations in India must also be considered while lunching an e-commerce portal.

As on date we have no dedicated e-commerce laws in India. However, the information technology act, 2000 prescribes Internet intermediaries liability in India. This includes e-commerce portals and they can be held responsible for not following the law of the land. For instance, cyber law due diligence in India is one aspect that all e-commerce site owners must frequently engage in.

There is no doubt that the e-commerce regulatory requirements are techno legal in nature that very few can understand. For instance, Perry4Law is the exclusive techno legal IP and ICT law firm of India and world wide. Among other areas, techno legal services pertaining to e-commerce litigation, consultancy, corporate advisory, IPRs protection, information technology, contract drafting, etc are provided by Perry4Law.

E-commerce players in India must consult some good law firm like Perry4Law before they launch their ambitious projects so that they may not face legal ramifications.

Source: Techno Legal News