Monthly Archives: November 2013

Exclusive Legal Blog On Gaming And Gambling Laws In India

Online gaming and gambling industry of India is still maturing. Further, the legal framework regarding gaming and gambling is still struggling to meet the challenges of contemporary technological times. This is more so regarding online gaming and gambling activities for … Continue reading

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Adult Merchandise And Accessories Website India Are Violating Indian Laws

Purchasing of adult merchandises and accessories in India is still considered to be an uncomfortable experience. This is the reason why many websites have adopted the e-commerce model to sell these adult merchandises and accessories. However, e-commerce site selling adult … Continue reading

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Demand For Regulation Of Foreign Websites In India Increases

The demands for regulating foreign websites like Google, Facebook, Yahoo Twitter, Linkedin, Microsoft, etc have increased a lot in India. These foreign websites are taking unfair advantage of the conflict of laws in cyberspace and are openly violating the laws … Continue reading

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Social Media And Foreign Websites Must Be Made Amenable To Indian Laws Says Praveen Dalal

Social media websites like Facebook, Linkedin, Twitters etc and foreign technology companies like Google, Yahoo, Microsoft etc have been operating under the Laws of their jurisdiction i.e. United States. These websites openly deny to be regulated by Indian Laws even … Continue reading

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Is It Legal To Play Online Poker In India?

There are no dedicated laws and regulations for online poker in India as on date. Further, there are no specific judicial decisions pertaining to playing of online poker in India. Both players of pokers and websites hosting the poker games … Continue reading

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Child Pornography In India Needs To Be Seriously Addressed

Child pornography in India is becoming a big nuisance despite stringent laws in this regard. The cyber law of India prescribes stringent punishment for uploading and viewing child pornography in India. An Advisory by Home Ministry of India on Preventing … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Would Upheld The Decision Of Gauhati High Court Regarding CBI Say Experts

Central bureau of investigation (CBI) can breathe easy as the Supreme Court of India has Stayed Gauhati High Court Decision Declaring CBI to Be an Unconstitutional Agency. However, those who have been keeping a close eye upon this crucial issue … Continue reading

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