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Technology, Media & Telecommunications - Legal Milestones In 2018 And A Look Ahead
The year 2018 saw monumental changes in the regulation of personal data of Indian citizens.
India
13 Mar 2019
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Standing Orders: Apply To IT/ITES Companies In Karnataka & Commercial Establishments In Haryana
Employers in Karnataka and Haryana need to be mindful of the additional compliance obligations, as the exemption to IT/ITES companies under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 ...
India
15 Feb 2019
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GST Impact: E-commerce Sector
Plagued, as it is, by indirect tax disputes and ambiguities, the implementation of GST is expected to usher in a uniform tax regime and bring some clarity to indirect taxation in the e-commerce sector.
India
11 Jul 2016
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FDI In Online Marketplaces
The Indian government has recently clarified that 100% foreign investment (without government approval) is permitted in online marketplaces which do not maintain any inventory and merely act as aggregators.
India
10 Apr 2016
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TRAI Prohibits Discriminatory Tariffs For Data Services
TRAI has issued specific regulations to prevent telecom service providers from offering differential pricing of data services based on content.
India
29 Feb 2016
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Supreme Court Upholds Freedom Of Speech On The Internet
In its decision in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India, the Supreme Court of India struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 on the grounds that the Section has a chilling effect on the right to freedom of speech and expression over the Internet.
India
24 Feb 2016
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Government Issues Advisory To Regulate Internet Based Taxi Aggregators
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has recently issued an advisory on the regulation of Indian IT-based transport aggregator companies.
India
21 Oct 2015
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Statutory Protection for Software Development Workers
In view of the inclusion of software in the definition of "goods" under the Sales Tax Act, it is likely that software development will be considered a manufacturing process - the essential characteristics of both being similar (eg, use, transfer/sale, disposal). Accordingly large software companies will, in all likelihood, fall under the applicability of the termination, closure and lay-off protection provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act.
India
 
20 Oct 2005
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