Posted by: Editor LNAV | November 12, 2012

E-Commerce Law Firms in India

Electronic commerce (e-commerce) in India is growing at a fast pace. Along with this growth, e-commerce laws and regulations in India have also grown.  The most common one are legal requirements to start an e-commerce website in India and legal formalities required for starting e-commerce business in India.

As more and more business entities and entrepreneurs are becoming aware of the benefits of online presence and brand promotion and protection in India, e-commerce has become a popular method of doing business. Even domain name protection in India has assumed significance due to this reason.

We have no dedicated e-commerce laws in India. However, the information technology act 2000 (IT Act 2000), which is the sole cyber law of India, is regulating the e-commerce business and transactions in India. Internet intermediaries liability in India under the IT Act 2000 is very stringent.

For instance, the e-commerce players can be held liable for online infringement of copyright in India of the copyright owners. Cyber law due diligence in India is one aspect that all e-commerce site owners must frequently engage in. The present laws of India are stringent in nature and subsequently claiming ignorance of such laws would not make much difference.

Further, e-commerce regulatory requirements are techno legal in nature that very few can understand. For instance, Perry4Law is the exclusive techno legal ICT and IP law firm of India and world wide. Among other areas, techno legal services pertaining to e-commerce litigation, consultancy, corporate advisory, contract drafting, etc are by Perry4Law.

Presently, very few lawyers in India familiar with technological aspects in general and e-commerce laws in particular. Lawyers in India need to upgrade their skills and knowledge in the upcoming fields like cyber law, e-commerce, etc.

For e-commerce entrepreneurs and business houses, Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) strongly recommend that before opening an e-commerce site or business, the owner of the same must consult a good techno legal law firm that can advice him upon all the possible and applicable aspect of e-commerce laws in India.

A failure to do proper cyber due diligence before opening an e-commerce portal in India may be counter productive and attract fines, penalties and criminal sanctions. It is better if a proper legal due diligence has been done in this regard before opening the e-commerce business in India.

Source: Cyber Laws In India

Posted by: Editor LNAV | November 12, 2012

Cyber Forensics Services In India

Cyber Forensics in India is still maturing. Further, Cyber Security in India is also at the infancy stage. Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been providing Techno Legal Cyber Forensics Services in India and abroad for long. The Cyber Forensics Services of Perry4Law and PTLB cater both Technical and Legal Aspects of Cyber Forensics.

Perry4Law is also managing a Unique and Exclusive Techno-Legal Cyber Forensics Research And Development Centre Of India (CFRDCI). It is supported by PTLB, Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) and other Techno-Legal Initiatives of Perry4Law. The aim of CFRDCI is to Strengthen Cyber Forensics in India in general and Cyber Forensics Capabilities of India in particular.

To strengthen the Cyber Forensics Initiatives of Perry4Law and PTLB, we have been managing the Exclusive Techno Legal Cyber Security Research And Development Centre Of India (CSRDCI), National Cyber Security Database of India (NCSDI), Cyber Crimes Investigation Centre of India (CCICI), Centre Of Excellence On Cyber Security In India and many more Techno Legal Initiatives.

Some of the Techno Legal Services that we provide include Cyber Law, Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics “Cross Examinations”, “Expert Testimonies”, “Techno-Legal Consultations”, “Legal Consultancy”, Cyber Forensics Investigation Solutions, Hidden Internet Forensics, IP Address Spoofing Defenses, and other similar Services and Litigation Support for these areas.

We also provide “Techno-Legal” help for Cyber Forensics Issues, Digital Evidence Recovery, E-Discovery, E-Mail IP Tracking, IP Tracking, Data Recovery, Malware Investigation, Hacking Investigation, Cyber Security, Forensically Sound Data Collection, etc.

If you need our Professional Services, you may Contact Us along with payment of our Professional Fees and Charges. See the Binding Legal Agreement before Contacting Us.

Source: Computer Forensics In India

Posted by: Editor LNAV | November 12, 2012

Central Monitoring System Project Of India

Central Monitoring System Project of India (CMS Project of India) is a very crucial project. There are some real problems for the CMS Project of India. We have no dedicated Privacy Laws in India, Data Security Laws in India and Data Protection Laws in India. Further, the CMS Project of India is also beyond the “Parliamentary Scrutiny”. The Cyber Law of India, incorporated in the Information Technology Act 2000 (IT Act 2000), was drastically amended through the Information Technology Amendment Act 2008 (IT Act 2008).

Further, we have no E-Surveillance Policy in India. Even Phone Tapping in India is done in an “Unconstitutional Manner” and even by private individuals with or without Governmental approval.

See ICTPS Blog for more.

In the recent times, there is an increasing stress upon cyber security at the international level. This is so because cyber attacks are happening at the international level and all the countries are facing this threat.

Countries are trying to coordinate cyber security initiatives at national and international levels. However, cyber security in India is still not up to the mark. India is increasingly facing cyber attacks and cyber threats from foreign nationals.
The cyber laws and cyber security trends of India 2011 by Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) has clearly showed the cyber security vulnerabilities of India. The cyber law trends of India 2012 have also projected an increased rate of cyber crimes in India and cyber attacks against India in the year 2012.

For instance, cyber terrorism against India, cyber warfare against India, cyber espionage against India and cyber attacks against India have increased a lot. Presently, we do not have a strong cyber law to deter cyber attacks and cyber crimes. Further, we have no cyber security laws in India as well.

Cyber security is also crucial to protect critical infrastructure protection of India. Critical infrastructure protection in India requires a well formulated policy. Presently we have no critical infrastructure protection policy of India. Even critical ICT infrastructure protection in India is required.

A national critical information infrastructure protection centre (NCIPC) of India has been proposed. It intends to ensure critical infrastructure protection and critical ICT infrastructure protection in India.

There are few prerequisites that can make the NCIPC of India successful. Firstly, there must be a centralised ICT command centre of India that can coordinate various cyber security issues. Secondly, specialised agencies and authorities must be constituted for critical infrastructure areas like power, telecom, defense, etc. These agencies and authorities must coordinate with the centralised command centre for cyber security related issues.

Ministry of communication and information technology (MCIT) has already taken certain initiatives in this regard. For instance, a central monitoring system (CMS) project of India has been launched by MCIT to monitor and intercept electronic communications, messages and information. Further, a national telecom network security coordination board (NTNSCB) of India has also been proposed to strengthen the national telecom security of India.

Similarly, the home ministry of India has also launched national intelligence grid (Natgrid) project of India, crime and criminal tracking networks and systems (CCTNS) project of India, national counter terrorism centre (NCTC) of India, etc. These projects intend to strengthen the intelligence gathering and counter terrorism capabilities of India.

However, there is a big problem in the successful implementation of all the abovementioned projects and initiatives as well as the NCIPC of India. Indian government has been avoiding parliamentary oversight of these projects. This is a bad precedent that needs to be urgently taken care of. We need urgent parliamentary oversight for e-surveillance in India, Internet censorship in India, intelligence gathering in India, intelligence authorities of India, central bureau of Investigation, law enforcement agencies of India, Aadhar project of India, etc.

Even privacy laws in India, data security laws in India, data protection laws in India, etc are urgently required to be formulated. The cyber law of India must be suitably amended, perhaps repealed, to make a more robust and stringent cyber law of India. We need dedicated cyber security legal framework in India and cyber forensics laws in India.

For too long Indian parliament has been ignoring its crucial legislative business and it is high time for Indian parliament to do the needful in this regard. Contemporary techno legal issues cannot be left at the mercy and indifference of Indian parliament and Indian government as that may have serious adverse effects upon Indian economy and national security of India.

Source: ICTPS Blog

Posted by: Editor LNAV | September 16, 2012

Indian E-Commerce Environment

In this article we would cover the legal environment for starting e-commerce business in India. The same has been provided by India’s exclusive techno legal ICT law firm Perry4Law and its techno legal segment Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB).

Interested e-commerce stakeholders may consult the following resources in this regard:

(1)  E-commerce laws and regulations in India

(2) Legal requirements to start an e-commerce website in India

(3) Legal Formalities required for starting e-commerce business in India

(4) Legal issues of e-commerce in India

(5) Pharmaceuticals e-commerce legal issues in India

(6) Online shopping in India: legal and cyber security issues

(7) Regulatory and legislative measures to check online pharmacies trading in banned drugs in India

(8) Electronic trading of medical drugs in India

(9) Digital communication channels for drugs and healthcare products in India

(10) Cash on delivery may harm e-commerce in India

(11) E-Commerce lawyers and law firms in India

(12) E-commerce dispute resolution in India

(13) Online dispute resolution for cross border e-commerce transactions

(14) E-health laws and regulations in India

We hope all e-commerce stakeholders would find these resources useful.

Source: Cyber Laws In India

Posted by: Editor LNAV | September 16, 2012

Cloud Computing Legal Environment

The legal regime of cloud computing in India is still not codified. Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have provided enough techno legal materials to codify the cloud computing legal framework in India.

We have compiled a list of these techno legal research works of Perry4Law and PTLB so that cloud computing stakeholders in India can have a ready reference in this regard. According to us, the following works of Perry4Law and PTLB must be read by all concerned:

(1) E-Discovery For Cloud Computing In India

(2) Legal And Regulatory Issues Of Cloud Computing In India

(3) Is Cloud Computing A Viable Solution In India?

(4) Cloud Computing Training In India By PTLB

(5) Legal Risks Of Cloud Computing In India

(6) Cloud Computing in India Is Still Not Trusted

(7) Legal Issues Of Cloud Computing In India

(8) Cloud Computing: A New Landmine For Privacy In India

(9) Cloud Computing Security In India

(10) Legal Framework For Cloud Computing In India

(11) Cloud Computing Regulations In India Missing

(12) Cloud Computing Policy Of India

(13) India Is Not Ready For M-Governance And Cloud Computing

(14) Cloud Computing Due Diligence In India

(15) Cloud Computing Training And Courses In India

(16) Virtualisation, Cloud Solutions And Encryption Usage In India

(17) Regulatory Framework For Cloud Computing In India

(18) Cloud Computing in India Is Risky

(19) India Should Not Use SaaS For Crucial Governmental Functions

(20) Infosys And CII Endorsed Opinion Of Perry4Law On Cloud Computing Regulation

(21) Cloud Computing Policy Of India

(22) Should India Use Cloud Computing?

(23) Cyber Security Of Social Networks And Cloud Computing

We hope cloud computing players in India would find these resources useful.

Source: Cyber Laws In India

Posted by: Editor LNAV | September 16, 2012

E-Commerce Legal Requirements In India

If you are reading this page, great to hear that you wish to start an e-commerce business in India.

However, do not forget to comply with Indian laws, especially cyber
law of India. Otherwise you may be in trouble.

Here are some good legal resources in this regard:

(1) E-Commerce Laws And Regulations In India
(2) Legal Formalities Required For Starting E-Commerce Business In India

(3) Legal Requirements To Start An E-Commerce Website In India

(4) Brand And Trademark Protection in India

If you need a reference for a law firm, you may contact Perry4Law.

Do not take the legal aspects lightly as many companies are prosecuted in India these days.

Posted by: Editor LNAV | September 16, 2012

Technical Skills Development In India

India is facing a mammoth task of imparting skills to its young generation so that unemployed youths can be accommodated in various segments of the employment system of India. With the educational system of India on the verge of collapse, skills development in India is needed as soon as possible.

Skills development in India and the vocational education and training system of India must be strengthened. Wherever Indian government lacks the necessary expertise, help of private sector must be taken. Further, online skills development in India must be encouraged to impart skills and trainings to maximum number of candidates.

Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) are the leading techno legal skills and trainings providers of India. Perry4Law and PTLB are providing exclusive techno legal skills development in India and world wide. The techno legal trainings of Perry4Law and PTLB are provided in an online environment and through distance learning mode so that both national and international students can be accommodated there.

Perry4Law and PTLB are world renowned for ensuring skill development in India for technical education. They provide the most extensive technical and technological skills development In India.

If you are interested in technical education and skill development in India in general and any techno legal courses of PTLB in particular, you can fill the application form that can be downloaded from here. Additional information in this regard can be found here.

Source: Cyber Laws In India

Posted by: Editor LNAV | September 16, 2012

Technical Skills Development In India By PTLB

Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been receiving lots of queries from various professionals, companies, individuals, students, etc for availing their techno legal trainings. Perry4Law and PTLB are providing exclusive techno legal skills development in India and world wide.

In order to explain the scope and ambit of techno legal trainings of Perry4Law and PTLB, we are hereby providing the consolidated list of various articles and posts of Perry4Law and PTLB. This would give an idea about the techno legal trainings that we are providing.

The following articles are worth considering in this regard:

(1) Online Cyber Security Courses In India

(2) Online Cyber Law Education In India

(3) Online Cyber Forensics Courses In India

(4) Techno Legal E-Learning In India By PTLB

(5) Skills Development In India And The Vocational Education And Training System Of India

(6) Skills Development In India Needed

(7) Continuing Cyber Law Education In India

(8) Continuing Professional Legal Education In India

(9) Techno Legal Centre For Lifelong Learning In India.

(10) Cloud Computing Training In India By PTLB

(11) Online Cyber Security Courses In India

(12) Ethical Hacking Training In India

(13) Lawyers Training And Education In India

(14) Online Cyber Forensics Courses In India

(15) Legal E-Learning In India Would Grow

(16) Online Cyber Security Courses

(17 Cyber Forensics And Information Technology Courses In India

(18) Cloud Computing Training And Courses In India

(19) Skills Development In India Needed

(20) Online Ethical Hacking Courses In India

(21) Ethical Hacking Training In India

(22) Online Legal Courses In India

(23) Computer Forensics Exams And Courses In India

(24) Lawyers Training Institutes In India

(25) Higher Education In India Needs Reforms

(26) National On-Line Examination System In India

(27) Chief Information Officers (CIOs) Training In India

(28) Ethical Hacking Training Institutes In India

(29) Ethical Hacking Training Providers In India

(30) Ethical Hacking Training And Courses In India

(31) Virtual Campuses Are The Solution To Corrupt Higher Education In India

(32) Continuing Professional Legal Education In India

(33) Online Computer Forensics Training Center In India

(34) Cyber Crimes Investigation Training In India

(35) Cyber Security Skills Development In India

(36) ICT Research And Training Institutions In India

(37) Courses On Investigation Of Cyber Crime Cases In India

(38) ICT Research And Training Centres In India

(39) Cyber Forensics Training And Education Institutions In India

(40) Public Legal Awareness Training In India

(41) Cyber Fraud Detection Training In India

(42) Cyber Forensics Training In India

(43) Legal E-Learning In India By PTLB

(44) E-Learning For Lawyers In India

(45) Essential Of Cyber Security Courses In India

(46) Cyber Due Diligence Training In India

(47) Intelligence Gathering Skills Development In India

(48) Cyber Forensics Skills Development In India

(49) E-Courts Skills Development in India

(50) Cyber Law Skill Development In India

(51) Online Skill Development In India

We hope now all stakeholders would be in a better position to learn about our techno legal courses. If you are interested in the techno legal courses of PTLB, you can fill the application form that can be downloaded from here. Additional information in this regard can be found here.

Source: Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB)

Posted by: Editor LNAV | September 16, 2012

E-Courts In India

Electronic courts (e-courts) have assumed great importance these days. The benefits of technology to reduce arrears of cases and to enhance transparency and accountability cannot be ignored any more.

Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have done tremendous work in this crucial direction. In fact, Perry4Law and PTLB have been providing the exclusive techno legal services pertaining to e-courts in India.

In this post we are covering some of the landmark and crucial works undertaken by Perry4Law and PTLB in this regard. These are:

(1) E-Courts In India: An Essential Judicial Reform

(2) E-Courts In India Still A Distant Dream

(3) Establishment Of E-Courts In India And Their Implementation

(4) E-Courts In India Needed

(5) Techno Legal E-Courts Training And Consultancy Centre Of India

(6) E-Courts In India Still A Dream

(7) E-Courts Project Of India

(8) Electronic Delivery Of Justice In India: Why It Failed?

(9) E-Delivery Of Justice In India Needed

(10) E-Courts Consultants In India

(11) Techno Legal E-Courts Services In India

(12) E-Courts In India Must Be Expedited

(13) Why E-Courts In India Failed?

(14) E-Courts In India

(15) Skill Development For E-Courts Of India

(16) The Truth About E-Courts Of India

(17) E-Courts Infrastructure Of India Needs Rejuvenation

(18) E-Courts Project Of India

(19) E-Courts And ODR In India

We hope that all stakeholders would find these resource useful.

Source: Cyber Laws In India

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