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Laws on Data Protection in India: Lawyers Advice

Individual’s Right to privacy and protection enjoys intrinsic status under the Indian Constitution In India, till now we do not have any ‘enforced’ legislation particularly defining data protection and privacy. The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 introduced in the Parliament of India in December, 2019 is yet to be enforced. The key objective of the bill is to secure the confidentiality of individual’s personal data and further to establish a full-fledged authority for data protection in India. Well, the inception of this bill can be linked to the historic judgement pronounced by the nine-judge bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court...

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Laws on Network Security in India: Lawyers Advice

In 2020, India has turned out to become the country with second largest internet user base with over 506 million users. Also, in the coming years, these number are said to increase up to 600 million. However, with the constant growth in digitization, safeguarding network security system with necessary resources becomes imperative. For, this we need to understand the current legal framework of network security in India. Also, whether these laws are robust enough to meet the demands for network security in India. Information Technology Act has brought positive changes across the legal sphere in India: -India was the twelfth country...

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Enforcing an International Non-Disclosure Agreement for IT Services & Work

Brief Information: Non-Disclosure Agreements: -Non- Disclosure Agreement are those agreements where the parties to the agreement agrees not to disclose the information given in the agreement. It basically denies the access of the third party on the information mentioned in the agreement. It typically serves three basic functions, namely, protecting the sensitive information, helps inventor to keep patent rights and lastly differentiates between exclusive and confidential information. A Non-Disclosure Agreement is regarded a necessity for IT-service projects, that are outsourced. This agreement also helps in resolving any dispute in case a party to the agreement breaches some part of the...

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Laws on Cyberstalking in India: Lawyers Advice

Cyberstalking is another method of cyber crime. The term cyber relates to the web and therefore the meaning of is to stalk someone or follow him or her digitally. The follow up could also be continuous within the sort of defaming, harassment, threat, etc. Both men and ladies are victims of an equivalent. In lately, the methods employed by Cyber Stalkers to stalk someone is thru E-mail, social media and messages. However, there are not any direct laws in India to tackle Cyber Stalking. Laws for Cyberstalking under the Information Technology Act, 2000Information Technology is that the innovation of n Age....

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Laws and Legal Procedure for Reporting Posting & Sharing of Derogatory & Illicit Contents on Social Media; Lawyers Advice

In recent past, across India there has been an upsurge in online hate speeches, offensive comments and illicit contents on Social Media. Now, for an aggrieved, it is important to comprehend some crucial points and legal steps for reporting such content. Firstly, it may be noted that, “Hate Speech” has not been particularly defined under any legal provision in India. However, there are legal provisions under few legislations dealing with Hate Speech, namely, Indian Penal Code, 1860: a. Section 295A of the Indian Penal Code, states that hurting religious sentiments of an individual or group of people...

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Laws Countering and Punishing Cyberstalking in India: Lawyers Advice

Cyber Stalking is a continuous use of internet communication, or other electronic means to stalk, harass, threaten either by sending emails, or messages a particular individual or a group of individuals. Some pivotal points which are to be considered while registering a complaint under different provisions directly or indirectly dealing with instances of cyberstalking: -Under Section 354D of the Indian Penal Code, “stalking” is defined as an offence and anyone who despite having a clear indication that a woman is disinterested in receiving any communication repeatedly indulges in proselytizing such communication or keeps an eye on her use of internet...

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