Information technology law concerns the law of information technology, including computing
and the internet. It is related to legal informatics, and governs the digital dissemination
of both (digitalized) information and software, information security and electronic commerce.
aspects and it has been described as "paper laws" for a "paperless environment".
It raises specific issuesof intellectual property in computing and online, contract law,
privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction.
Cyber Crimes Offences that are committed against individuals or groups of individuals with a
criminal motive to intentionally harm the reputation of the victim or cause physical or
mental harm to the victim directly,using modern victim or cause physical or mental harm
to the victim directly or indirectly, using modern telecommunication networks such as
The Justice For You team has considerable experience in advising companies in information technology
and outsourcing sectors and on various legal issues involving privacy, protection of data and online
gambling.The Justice For You team members have advised and assisted companies in matters relating to
data theft, hacking, phishing, pharming, spamming, pornography, liability of service provider obligations on
intermediaries and network service providers, data centers etc.
The team advises clients on various provisions of the Information Technology Act and rules including
offences/ violations committed thereunder. The team has advised and assisted several companies in structuring,
commencement of business operations in online gaming/ gambling sector and has assisted them in drafting,
negotiating and finalizing related commercial and licensing contracts.The team members have advised
clients on issues relating to e-commerce transactions, e-contracts.
The team members also advise clients on issues relating to protection, transfer and storage of data (considering European Union’s Data Protection Directive) including drafting of privacy policies and providing advice on data protection compliance.
Our services in the technology and outsourcing sector include:
- Online gambling including issues relating to virtual world/ social networks;
- Internet and e-commerce issues including advice on B2B/ B2C trading and associated contracts (such as software development and license agreements);
- Data Protection and privacy including confidentiality agreements;
- Service provider and re-seller arrangements;
- IT Outsourcing and Call Centre Operations;
Issues arising out of Information Technology Act and rules framed there under
Testimonials of Our Interns
What are they saying
I've gained much knowledge about all the legal aspects of the project that I've worked on and it was a wonderful experience of learning such new things and putting new ideas to it.
Excellent team work and coordination skill. I got a chance to brush up my speaking skills as well as writing skills. The legal knowledge I gathered will surely help me in my future endeavors.
Unique thing about this internship is performance appraisal.
I was working on the topic 'Silence Zones' and it was quite an in-depth and very vast research, always digging in new folds of law and their implementations
I have done quite a number of internships before but here topics given to us were very practical in nature, somehow related to day to day life. Also no work goes unappreciated and there is so much more than just an internship letter you receive in the end.
The internship eventually changed my path into a right one seriously, this is the first internship I worked during this lockdown. I don't think that research is the important thing to a law student until I experienced it. Also, the mentors who guided me were very polite and humble to us. After this internship I have also published many articles in various blogs, also I trained to write one research paper within 5_6 hours.