Saturday, 22 December 2012

Law Firms In New Delhi India

Legal field around the world is growing. Law is a very complicated and vast area and with the amalgamation of information and communication technology (ICT), law has taken a new shape.

New areas like cyber law, cyber forensics, cyber security, e-discovery, e-commerce, etc have been emerging. However, there are very few legal institutions that cover these technical areas of law. The fact is that law is today a techno legal filed where both technical and legal fields have merged.

Naturally, finding good techno legal firms in India and other parts of the world is really tough. Many have expressed the opinion that there is an urgent need to have a comprehensive Indian law database that can serve the legal requirements of various stakeholders.

The good news is that Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have provided the exclusive techno legal database of Indian law firms. As on date, it is the most comprehensive laws and law firms’ database of India that is really handy for various stakeholders.
For instance, if you are looking for a cyber law firms in New Delhi India, the platform of Perry4Law and PTLB would provide you a link of the same where not only details about Indian cyber law firms would be provided but also legal position of cyber law and related fields would also be discussed there.

In short not only details about various law firms would be there but also brief discussion about the respective field would be provided so that basic level legal information is available to the reader or viewer. You can see the law firms in New Delhi India segment of Perry4Law and PTLB for more information.

The platform main objective is to provide comprehensive and holistic information to the readers and viewers about the initiatives of Perry4Law and PTLB. Further, relevant links have also been provided so that readers can have a readymade reference resource at their disposal.

Gradually, the platform would cover diverse techno legal fields as are managed by Perry4Law/PTLB and other firms. This is a really ambitious and useful initiative and it is certainly going to be really useful for both national and international stakeholders.

Indian Laws And Law Firms Database

Have you ever wished that there should be a comprehensive Indian law database that can serve the legal requirements of various stakeholders? Well here is the good news. Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have provided the exclusive techno legal database of Indian law firms.

It is the most comprehensive laws and law firms database of India that is really handy fr various stakeholders.

See Law Firms In New Delhi India for more.

Thursday, 20 December 2012

National Cyber Coordination Centre (NCCC) Of India

Cyber law issues, cyber security and national security are on agenda of Indian government these days. However, till now cyber security in India is not upto the mark and cyber law of India requires an urgent repeal. This is because the entire approach and attitude of India government is defective.

Indian government has failed to understand that e-surveillance is not a substitute for cyber security capabilities. Instead of developing cyber security capabilities of India, the Indian government is stressing upon growing use of e-surveillance in India and Internet censorship in India.

All these exercises of India government have been done without any legal framework supporting these initiatives of Indian government. Phones are tapped in India without a constitutionally valid phone tapping laws in India. The central monitoring system project of India (CMS Project of India) is also not supported by any legal framework. Surveillance of Internet traffic in India is also another area that requires a sound legal framework. Various authorities with far reaching powers have been created without any legal backing.

See ICTPS Blog for more.

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

E-Books Market In India

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, 18 December 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, 17 December 2012

Law Firms For Cyber Law In New Delhi India

Cyber Law of India is incorporated in the information technology act, 2000 (IT Act 2000). Being a new 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.

Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been strengthening the legal framework for cyber law, cyber security and cyber forensics and other techno legal aspects.

Structuring Of Investments In Indian E-Commerce Sector

The structuring of investments in Indian e-commerce sector is not an easy task to manage. On the one hand the e-commerce players must comply with the technical requirements whereas on the other hand they have to follow the laws of the land. In short, e-commerce businesses in India must ensure techno legal compliances in India.

E-commerce laws and regulation of India are scattered under various enactments. This is the reason that a majority of e-commerce players in India do not know about the same. In fact, a common perception among e-commerce players of India, both national and international, is that laws of India are not required to be followed to do e-commerce business in India.

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. This has given rise to an increased activity in the e-commerce field.

However, 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.

Sunday, 16 December 2012

Social Networking Websites And Cyber Crimes In India

We have no dedicated social media laws in India although guidelines for social media contents monitoring in India may be prescribed. Although we have a cyber law in India in the form of information technology act 2000 (IT Act 2000) yet we have no dedicated social networking laws in India. The cyber law for social media in India needs to be strengthened further keeping in mind a balance between civil liberties and law enforcement requirements.

Human rights protection in cyberspace in India is also required to be considered by Indian government. Presently, protecting civil liberties protection in Indian cyberspace is not a priority for India and this is a serious problem.

For instance, till now we have no social media policy in India. Even we do not have dedicated social networking laws in India that can take care of the misuses of social platforms. However, the framework and guidelines for use of social media for government organisations has been recently suggested by department of information technology. Theses guidelines provide an Indian social media framework for governmental departments and organisations that employees of these organisations must follow.

Social media is considered to be an Internet intermediary as per Indian cyber law. The recent controversy of Internet censorship in India has once again reiterated the importance of effective social media laws in India.

Cyber law due diligence in India has become very stringent. This applies to various fields and to multiple stakeholders. For instance, cyber due diligence for banks in India is now a well known requirement for banks in India. However, Internet intermediaries are the most widely covered stakeholders in this regard. Intermediaries liability for cyber law due diligence in India is really tough and they must take it very seriously.

See ICTPS Blog for more.  

Friday, 14 December 2012

Legal Issues Of E-Commerce In India

Legal issues of online shopping in India are not easy to manage. There are many e-commerce laws in India that various e-commerce players must comply with. Of course we have no dedicated electronic commerce laws in India yet the IT Act 2000 covers many aspects of the same.

However, questions about two aspects are very frequently raised by e-commerce players. These pertain to the legal requirements for undertaking e-commerce in India and online shopping in India.

With the active use of electronic commerce in India the electronic commerce dispute resolution in India is also required to be strengthened. The present litigation system of India is not conducive for the growth of e-commerce n India and online dispute resolution in India and e-courts are more appropriate for such purposes.

Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have launched dedicated platforms for resolving e-commerce, domain name, commercial, technological and cross border disputes resolution in India and word wide. These include platforms named Electronic Courts, E-Judiciary, ODR India, Online Arbitration, etc.

Legal Issues Of Online Business In India

Legal issues of online business in India are still not taken seriously by majority of Indian and international e-commerce entrepreneurs and players. Although there are many e-commerce laws and regulations in India yet many e-commerce players are not paying heed to the same. 

Naturally Indian government has become serious about violation of various laws by many e-commerce players. For instance, Indian government has already referred the cases of Flipkart and Bharti Walmart to the Enforcement Directorate for alleged violation of foreign direct investment (FDI) regulations. Similarly, a probe against Walmart in India for market access lobbying has been ordered by Indian government.

Our legal system does not have enough safeguards in place to address issues like identity theft, unfair credit charges and other such problems. These issues are closely related to online shopping and e-commerce business.

Thursday, 13 December 2012

Indian Government Orders Probe Into Walmart Lobbying

Indian government finally succumbed to the pressure tactics of opposition party and ordered for a probe against Walmart for alleged lobbying t get market access in India. The investigation would be conducted in a time bound manner and by a retired judge of India.

Meanwhile, Bharti Walmart has defended its joint venture partner by saying that the $25 million cost incurred by the parent company Walmart on lobbying was restricted to its expenses on American officials in the US.

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

Tuesday, 11 December 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, 10 December 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.

Sunday, 9 December 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: Cyber Forensics In India.

Friday, 7 December 2012

Law Firms For E-Commerce Businesses Structuring In India

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.

Facebook Cyber Law In India

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.

Source: Cjnews India.

Sunday, 2 December 2012

Crisis Management Plan Of India For Cyber Attacks And Cyber Terrorism

Crisis management plan of India is one of the most vital policy necessities. The primary reason for the sane is because the intimidation of cyber attacks, cyber espionage and cyber terrorism are intimidating for India. India needs to appreciate the gravity of cyber attacks upon its critical infrastructures and cyberspace. To begin with, India must prepare a crisis management plan to deal with 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.

Illegal And Unconstitutional Biometrics Collection Laws And Practices In India

India is witnessing one of the “Most Precarious Times” for Human Rights and Civil Liberties Protections. Indian Citizens are very “Vulnerable” to Human Rights Violations and open Infringement of their Fundamental Rights and Human 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”.

Friday, 30 November 2012

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, 28 November 2012

Techno-Legal E-Courts Training Centre Launched By Perry4Law

India is at the initial stages of establishment of electronic courts (e-courts). Though India has done a good job by computerising the courts at various levels yet it is still far from the establishment of even the first e-court of India. It seems the e-courts project of India needs a techno-legal training boost.

Perry4Law and PTLB have launched the first ever e-courts training and consultancy centre of India and perhaps first of its kind in the World.

Efforts in the direction of establishment of e-courts in India have been in process since 2003 and significant development in the sphere of computerisation has already been achieved. It is at this stage that there seems to be stagnation of e-court project of India and this initiative by Perry4Law would facilitate in the smooth and hassle free migration of e-court project to the next level.

India must understand that E-courts are much more that mere connectivity and computerisation of traditional courts. The moment e-filing, presentation, contest and adjudication of the cases in an online environment would start, India would surely be capable of establishing e-courts.

Techno Legal Cyber Security Training Institution In India

I want to do certification in cyber security. Please tell me about the perfect Institution in India in this regard, asks Mayank Dixit from Mr. Praveen Dalal, Managing Partner of Perry4Law and CEO of Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB). We have been receiving tons of career and guidance request from cyber law, cyber security and cyber forensics enthusiastics and learners. Through this post we are providing some basic details about our techno-legal initiatives in this crucial direction.

If a person wishes to be a good cyber security professional he must know the practical aspects of cyber security. Most of the institutions all over the world are primarily providing just academic degrees and courses and almost no practical knowledge. Further, cyber security these days is both technical as well as legal. So a professional must get a techno-legal cyber security training rather than mere academic degree or diplomas.

Some good choices for getting good techno-legal cyber security training in India are:

(a) Techno-Legal Lifelong Learning Institution Of India (Exclusive In India)

(b) Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) Training Centre (Exclusive In India)

(c) Cyber Security Training, Research and Educational Centre Of Perry4Law (Exclusive In India)

(d) Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) (Exclusive In India) (Will be operational very soon)]

(e) Online Cyber Law And Cyber Security Training Centre of PTLB (Exclusive In India)], etc.

Enroll yourself with these Institutions or Centres to have great techno-legal Skills and Expertise. Read the FAQs, Terms and Conditions, etc carefully before sending us your queries. Due to tons of queries we receive daily we cannot respond to each and every query personally.

Cyber Law And Ethical Hacking Courses In India

If you are looking forward for an ethical hacking course and training in India, you have to make it sure that it covers techno legal aspects of ethical hacking. For instance, you may be well aware how ethical hacking is done but you may not be aware that such an act may violate the law of any country. Thus, ethical hacking courses must teach both technical and legal aspects.

Legal e-learning in India
and ethical hacking training in India would grow in the future. But as we have discussed earlier, neither legal nor technical aspects are themselves sufficient to give you results that you are looking for. Ethical hacking trainings in India have been given a new meaning with the advent of online ethical hacking courses in India. Further, online cyber law education in India, online cyber forensics courses in India, etc are also increasing. Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) is the exclusive techno legal courses, education and training provider in India. Techno legal e-learning in India by PTLB have acquired distinctiveness and international name and fame.

We provide domain specific and highly specilaised courses, trainings and educations in the fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, ethical hacking, anti cyber warfare, anti cyber terrorism, anti cyber espionage, etc.

Further, our courses, trainings and educations are customised as per the requirements of different stakeholders. Thus, they are beneficial for law students, lawyers, judges, government officers, parliamentarians, police officers, corporate executives, educational faculties, international organisations, etc.

If you are interested in availing the trainings and courses of PTLB, you must enroll with PTLB in this regard. To enroll for any of these courses and trainings, fill in the “
Application Form” and send the same to us at the address mentioned therein along with “Prescribe Fees”. See FAQs before applying and remitting fees to get an insight of courses and trainings scope, nature, duration, fees, etc. If you are looking forward for an ethical hacking course and training in India, you have to make it sure that it covers techno legal aspects of ethical hacking. For instance, you may be well aware how ethical hacking is done but you may not be aware that such an act may violate the law of any country. Thus, ethical hacking courses must teach both technical and legal aspects.

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.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Google Is Openly Violating DMCA Compliance

The posts titled Google is playing stupid and is winning too and “Is Google Playing Stupid Or Is It Actually Stupid?” have proved how Google is deliberately deleting and manipulating the original and copyrighted articles instead of the infringing material.

See the exclusive resource titled Websites, Blogs And News Censorship By Google And India for complete details of censorship activities of Google and Indian government.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

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

E-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.

Source: Legal Enablement Of ICT Systems In India for more.

Cyberspace Crisis Management Plan Of India

India has formulated a Crisis Management Plan for its Cyberspace. However, like other Policies and Strategies in India, it has not been implemented in true letter and spirit. Even the basic level Cyber Security Preparedness in India is not up to the mark.

As far as other components of Cyber Crisis Management Plan of India are concerned, even they do not exist in India. We have no Cyber Forensics Laws in India, no Cyber Terrorism Policy in India, no Cyber Warfare Policy in India, no Critical ICT Infrastructure Protection Policy in India and no Human Rights Protection in Cyberspace in India.

Source: ICTPS Blog

National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC) Of India

This is the research analysis of Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) regarding the legality, constitutionality, requirements, etc of establishment of national counter terrorism centre of India. Perry4Law and PTLB have outlined all the legal constitutional and administrative issues at a single place so that parliament of India, home ministry and Indian government can consider the same. Perry4Law and PTLB hope that this analysis would be useful for all concerned.

Source: ICTPS Blog

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Law Firms For Intellectual Property (IP) In India

Intellectual property (IP) is a form of reward for the hard work and innovative methods developed by the property holder. Since IP provides a form of exclusivity, it is very important to protect the same form its misuses.

Intellectual property rights in India encompass diverse aspects of intellectual property. These comprise trademark, copyright, patents, geographical indications, semiconductor protection and other such class.

With the expansion of intellectual property in India, the demand for intellectual property rights services in India has also augmented a lot. There are several high-quality IPRs law firms in India that are catering the requirements of different 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.

Source: Cyber Laws In India

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Cyber Crimes Against Women In India and The Laws

Cyber crimes against Indian women are at rise. However, in the absence of adequate cyber law and cyber forensics capabilities, these cyber crimes cases are not always solved.



The cyber crime victims in India, especially women, can be greatly benefited by the techno legal expertise of Perry4Law and PTLB. These cyber crime victims must not feel shy while reporting various cyber crimes committed against them as cyber criminals must be adequately prosecuted.

Computer Forensics Research And Development Centre Of India (CFRDCI)

Computer forensics requires application of both technical and legal mind to a situation. If either of them is missing, the entire purpose of cyber forensics exercise would be frustrated. Cyber forensics also requires a greater degree of care and expertise as compared to electronic discovery whose purposes may be limited in nature.

See Cyber Forensics Research And Development Centre Of India (CFRDCI) for more.


E-Judiciary In India

There is no second opinion that establishment of electronic courts in India is need of the hour. Technology can bring diverse advantages to the ailing judicial system of India. However, establishment of e-courts in India require techno legal expertise that is presently missing in India.

For instance, the exclusive techno legal e-courts consultancy and training centre of India is managed by Perry4Law and PTLB. Unfortunately, so far neither Perry4Law nor PTLB is extending their domain specific and techno legal expertise to Indian e-court project.

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Online Dispute Resolution In India

Legal Issues Of E- Banking In India

Internet banking risks in India are high and even RBI acknowledged risks of e-banking in India.  Despite this position, banks in India are ignoring the cyber security due diligence requirements prescribed by RBI. The online banking risks in India have increased tremendously due to this position.

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E-Banking Frauds In India

Cyber security of banks in India is also not upto the mark. The mobile banking cyber security in India is also missing. The preventive measures for ATM frauds in India are also missing. The truth is that Indian banks are poor at cyber security. The online banking risks in India are increasing due to this indifference towards cyber security.

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Cyber Security Service Providers In India

Businesses around the world are looking towards cyber security service providers to secure their business IT infrastructures. Cyber security service providers in India are also in the process of streamlining their services. Clearly, cyber security services in India would be in much demand in future especially those pertaining to techno legal issues.

Cyber security in India is a cause of concern for all the stakeholders. India has to strengthen its cyber security capabilities for which private players are playing a crucial role. There are very few cyber law firms in India and cyber security law firms in India.

Further, there are very few techno legal cyber security service providers in India that are providing cyber security services in India. The cyber security firms and companies in India are trying their level best to adopt the international best practices for effective cyber security. However, cyber security firms, companies and consultants in India must be pro active rather than reactive.

Cyber security issues in India are so diverse and complicated that we need dedicated efforts on the part of Indian government. Private techno legal cyber security service providers in India like Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been playing a decisive role in this regard that can be really crucial for Indian cyber security initiatives.


In the present cyber security environment, the techno legal cyber security services of PTLB have become an absolute requirement where both technical and legal aspects of cyber security are taken care of at a single place.