Find the Best Advocates for Information technology disputes in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
ADVOCATES FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DISPUTES
The present world is full of information technology. We all depend on them for procuring essential information. This information can be personal info of an individual and they need to be safe. Data protection laws ensure privacy and information management. Information Technology Act deals with matters about payment of compensation-civil and punishment criminals.
The Act deals with the punishment for misuse and wrongful exposure of personal data. Advocate Saravvanan Rajendran Law Chamber is one of the good law firms providing all IT related dispute resolution in Chennai.
Disputes and re-negotiations in IT
Information technology projects are being subjected to unusual pressure these days. Many companies are re-assessing and re-evaluating their requirements for information technology. This leads to disputes and re-negotiations.
The top Law firm for IT industry
In case you face IT disputes, your top priority will be the effective management of disputes. Also, you need to turn around the project to great success. To achieve this you need IT industry-specific dispute resolution advice. Our law firm has a good understanding of global regulations. In fact, the senior lawyers for IT assure the best of our services to all our clients.
Our Lawyers for Information technology disputes offer the best practical advice at all stages of the dispute resolution process. Moreover, the attorneys here have a good understanding of the IT market and the commercial issues you face.
It is smart to take early dispute resolution at the first sign of IT dispute. Advocate Saravvanan Rajendran Law firm supports alternative dispute resolution methods too. Attorneys for these issue mostly specialize in mediation. Our Lawyer support and advice goes a long way in resolves the disputes without proceedings. Sometimes there may be escalation of disputes. Under such case our Lawyers support all forms dispute resolution mechanisms. It can be litigation, arbitration etc.
Contact Information technology case advocates
Advocates in our office know litigation can be of big cost to you. Attorneys for the IT Sector in our Law office aim to provide a cost estimate at the outset of the matter.
Advocate Saravvanan Rajendran Law Chamber is one among top law firms for Information technology disputes assuring regulatory compliance and minimizes potential disputes.
What are the offenses and penalties under the Information Technology Act?
All computer and network-related disputes come under Information Technology Act. The following are the list of offenses and their corresponding penalties. Let us check them out.
The meddling of source code-SEC.65
A person may with or without intent to destroy or alter the source code of a computer, program, or network. The computer source code may be important as per law.
The penalty for tampering with source code of computer is up to 3 years Jail Sentence or fine up to INR 2, 00,000 or both
Computer system Hacking – SEC. 66
A person with or without intent destroys, alters, or deletes computer information. This may result in damage and loss to the public or an individual. The person can get accused of hacking offenses as per IT Act.
The penalty for Computer system Hacking is up to 3 years Jail Sentence or fine up to INR 5, 00,000 or both
Getting stolen computers or devices -SEC. 66B
A person with/without his knowledge may receive a computer or Electronic device. The computer/device may have got stolen or perceived robbed from another person. Under such a case it is an offense under the IT Act.
The penalty is up to 3 years Jail Sentence or fine up to INR 1, 00,000 or both
Fraud usage of a password – SEC. 66C
A person may use a password, DSC, or other identification to gain access to a computer or network. It is an offense under the IT Act.
The penalty for Fraud usage of the password is up to 3 years Jail Sentence or fine up to INR 1, 00,000 or both
Cheating using computer communication-SEC 66D
A person can cheat people using a computer to communicate. It is an offense under the IT Act.
The penalty is up to 3 years Jail Sentence or fine up to INR 1, 00,000 or both
Circulation of private images of others- SEC 66E
A person may capture/distribute private images of other people through the computer network. This act can be without the other person’s knowledge or consent. It is an offensive act under the IT Act.
The penalty for Circulation of private images of others is up to 3 years Jail Sentence or fine up to INR 2, 00,000 or both
Cyber terrorism- SEC 66D
A person may deny access to authorized computer personnel. He may introduce Virus content into a system or network. This may threaten the unity, sovereignty, and integrity of our country. It is an act of cyber terrorism.
The penalty for Cyber terrorism is imprisonment for Life.
Publishing obscene electronic information – SEC 67
A person may publish or send any material that is immodest in electronic form. The material can be hearing, reading, or visual material. This can corrupt and deprave the viewers. Under such a scenario it is an offense under the IT Act.
The penalty is up to 5 years imprisonment or fine up to INR 5, 00,000 or both
Publishing sexual act images-SEC 67A
A person transmits or distributes images that have sexual acts or conduct it is an offense.
The penalty for publishing sexual act images is imprisonment up to 7 years or fine up to INR 1,00,000 or both.
Publishing child porn- SEC 67B
A person can send, capture, or distribute images of a child in sexual conduct or manner. It is an offense under the IT Act. A person below 18 years is a child.
The penalty is imprisonment up to 5 years or fine up to INR 1,00,000 or both for the first conviction. For second conviction imprisonment up to 7 years or fine up to INR 1,00,000 or both.
Non-maintenance of records-SEC 67C
Person who is intermediaries needs to maintain records for a specific period of time. When these ISP fail to maintain records, it is an offense.
The penalty for Non-maintenance of records is imprisonment up to 3 years or fine or both.
Non-compliance of controller-SEC 68
The comptroller can issue an order to take some measure or stop an activity. It is a must to follow the order. A person who fails to follow such orders of the comptroller is guilty of the offense.
The penalty for Non-compliance of the controller is Jail sentence up to 3 years
Failure in data decryption-SEC 69
If the controller or any govt security issues an order to decrypt a data. It is a must to follow the same. Decryption may be in need due to the effect of data on the sovereignty & integrity of India. A person who fails to follow such orders is guilty of this offense.
The penalty Failure in data decryption is Jail sentence up to 7 years and a possible fine
Access to the protected system – SEC 70
Some computer/network may have notification from govt. The notification can declare a specific computer system, network as a protected system. A person who secures access to such systems is guilty of the offense.
The penalty for Access to the protected system is imprisonment up to 10 years or a possible fine
Misrepresentation – SEC 71
A person may misrepresent or give false facts to the controller or concerned authority. It may be for getting DSC or any license. It is an offense.
The penalty for Misrepresentation is imprisonment up to 3 years or fine up to INR 1,00,000 or both.
Find the best Information technology dispute Advocates
Top Advocates for Information technology disputes have specialist skills in handling all technology disputes. Our attorneys offer trusted advice to all your IT disputes. In the same fashion, Our integrated specialist Legal team moves your matters in a seamless and efficient manner.
It is advisable to seek legal advice at early stages of disputes. This helps to solve the matters by way of negotiations. Advocates in our Law firm are also experts in mediation, arbitration and litigation. Get in touch with our Advocates for Information technology disputes today and make an appointment.