Monthly Archives: December 2012

Indian Cyber Security: Are We Secured Enough?

With the day by day progression in the sphere of information technology the world is now more strongly interconnected. The information and communication technology (ICT) has also become an important part of many business organisations. In this current era of … Continue reading

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Biometrics Collection Is Unconstitutional In India: Experts

Indian government is allowing taking and collection of biometric details of Indian residents without due process of law. According to techno legal experts of India, unconstitutional and illegal biometrics collection laws and practices in India are in abundance. This is … Continue reading

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Unconstitutional And Illegal Biometrics Collection Laws And Practices In India

This article is part of the research work of Perry4Law, India’s exclusive techno legal corporate, IP and ICT law firm. The same has been reposted with the approval of Perry4Law. India is passing through one of the “Most Dangerous Periods” … Continue reading

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Google Is Rightly Held Liable For Defamatory Contents By Australian Court

In a recent case filed by Milorad Trkulja against search engine Google, the Australian court has held Google liable for defamatory images that were reflected in its search results. The jury in this case concluded that the search engine was … Continue reading

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India’s Proposal On International Telecommunications Regulation (ITRs)

The international telecommunications regulations (ITRS) and Indian response is not absolutely clear. Since 2008 India has been systematically becoming an endemic e-surveillance society. If this was not enough, India has absolutely ignored the civil liberty issues in cyberspace. The civil … Continue reading

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