Monthly Archives: September 2012

Data Protection Laws And Regulations In India

In
this work Perry4Law
and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB)
are sharing the most effective and useful articles pertaining to data
protection laws and regulations in India. We hope this collection of
articles would prove to be useful to all concerned.

(1) Data
Protection Laws In India And Privacy Rights In India

(2)
Privacy Rights, Privacy Laws and Data Protection Laws In India

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Privacy, Data Protection, E-Surveillance And Phone Tapping In India

In
this works Perry4Law
and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB)
have compiled a list of articles that truly reflect upon the techno
legal position regarding privacy, data protection, e-surveillance,
phone tapping, and other such issues in India. We hope readers would
find this compilation useful.

The list is as follows:

(1) Privacy
Rights In India

(2) Privacy
Laws In India And

Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) In India

Online
dispute resolution (ODR) in India is one area that requires policy
level attention. ODR can help in reducing litigation time span and
costs. Further, ODR can also help in reducing burden from traditional
courts.

Perry4Law
and Perry4Law
Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been working in the
direction of legal enablement of ICT systems in India and world wide
and legal enablement of

Technical And Technological Skills Development In India

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

Privacy Rights In India

Enforcement
of privacy
right in the ICT era is an important part of protection of
human
rights in cyberspace. Privacy rights must be analysed
along with some allied rights like data
protection rights, data security rights, right to
information, etc.

As far as India is concerned, we have no dedicated
privacy
laws in India and privacy rights in India, data
protection laws in India, data

Electronic Delivery Of Services In India

Electronic
Delivery of Services in India has been in news for years
but its actual implementation is still to happen. Despite many rounds
of legislative drafting and governmental discussions, the Indian
electronic delivery of services bill 2011 could not see
the light of the day. The natural result is that e-delivery
of services in India is missing.

While rejecting the latest draft of

E-Delivery Of Services In India Missing

Electronic
delivery of services in India (e-delivery of services in
India) is in really bad shape thanks to the myopic attitude of our
Indian government and its committees. As on date we have no mandatory
framework for e-governance services in India.

This is a clear case of denial of digital
empowerment of Indian citizens by the Indian government. The
information technology act 2000 (IT