Cyber Security for Lawyers: Inspirations from the UK

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Cyber Security for Lawyers: Inspirations from the UK

Information Technology (IT) has transformed how many industries used to function and businesses were run. To this paradigm shift, the judiciary and legal industry are not exceptions. This article is a part of our series on Cyber Security for Lawyers through which we aim to initiate a discussion on why cyber security is important for lawyers and suggest best practices … Read More

Union of India & Others v. P.K. Sharma

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Union of India & Others v. P.K. Sharma

Union of India & Others v. P.K. Sharma (2017) 354 ELT 181 In the High Court of Delhi Civil WP No. 6984 of 2009 Before Justice G.S. Sistani and Justice Vinod Goel Decided on June 28, 2017 Relevancy of the case: Faulty information fed in computer systems. Statutes & Provisions Involved The Central Civil Services (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules, … Read More

Commissioner of Income Tax v. OCHOA Laboratories Ltd.

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Commissioner of Income Tax v. OCHOA Laboratories Ltd. In the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Delhi ITA No. 4114/Del/2009 Before Mr H.S. Sidhu, JM and Mr O.P. Kant, AM Decided on August 25, 2017 Relevancy of the case: Whether a depreciation rate of 60% can be allowed for UPS by considering them under the definition of a computer? Statutes & Provisions … Read More

CIT v. Kumudam Publications Pvt. Ltd.

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CIT v. Kumudam Publications Pvt. Ltd. ITA 2358/CHNY/2014 In the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal at Chennai Before Mr NRS Ganesan, Judicial Member and Mr AP George, Administrative Member Decided on February 12, 2019 Relevancy of the case: Whether LED panel is a computer? Statutes & Provisions Involved The Information Technology Act, 2000 (Section 2(1)) The Income Tax Act, 1961 (Section … Read More

Income Tax Officer v. Vaidangi Techno Management Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

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Income Tax Officer v. Vaidangi Techno Management Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (2017) 188 TTJ (JP) 49 In the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Jaipur ITA Number 1078/JP.2016 Before Mr Kul Bharat, Judicial Member, and Mr Vikram Singh Yadav, Administrative Member Decided on July 11, 2017 Relevancy of the case: Whether UID kit is a computer? Statutes & Provisions Involved The Information Technology … Read More

Royal Bank of Scotland v. DCIT

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Royal Bank of Scotland v. DCIT In the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, “C” Bench, Kolkata I.T.A. No 1738/Kol/2009, 1926/Kol/2010 & 519/Kol/2011 Before Mr Mahavir Singh, Judicial Member and Mr M. Balaganesh, Administrative Member Relevancy of the case: Whether an ATM falls under the definition of a computer? Statutes & Provisions Involved Income Tax Act, 1961 (Section 32(1)) The Information Technology … Read More

Oriental Bank of Commerce v. ACIT

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Oriental Bank of Commerce v. ACIT

Oriental Bank of Commerce v. ACIT  [2013] ITAT 3783 In the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Delhi Bench ‘C’: New Delhi ITA No. 273/Del/2011, Assessment Year: 2006-07 Before C.M. Garg, J.M. and S.V. Mehrotra, A.M. Decided on March 15, 2013 Relevancy of the case: LAN and WAN are part of a computer network. Statutes & Provisions Involved The Information Technology Act, … Read More

Digital India Myths: Virus

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This post is the first in a series about the myths that people in India have about Computers, Mobiles, Internet and the Cyber Space. While the Digital India is supposedly growing in the metropolitan cities, the real (needs to be) Digital India is living in a disconnect and most blacked out zones of awareness. We need to progress, yes all … Read More

Protect Chrome from killing your computer’s RAM

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If you are among the geeky ones, I’m sure you’ve tried to look at the processes in the task manager that eat up your CPU and Memory. And if you haven’t it is a good trick to identify the horrid applications when your computer starts slowing down. Try killing the process that is eating up a lot of memory and it … Read More