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A General Introduction    

In the recent ten years, as the overall development of India relies much more on information and communication technology than before, India government has introduced a series of policies to promote the development of ICT. As ICT is playing a more and more important role in India, a systematic and efficient legal system is necessary for the future development of India's ICT.
On the Internet, there is an article, named "ICT Strategy in India: The Need of Rejuvenation". This article is trying to analyse the weaknesses of Indian ICT strategy and policies and the possible arenas and segments that may be included into it to make it a globally competitive and efficient utility." After reading it, I think the ideas in this article is neutral, typical and quite good. In this article, the writer thinks "The aim of this article is to discuss the benefits of use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for the overall development of India." And in this article, the writer lists some of the problems of India's ICT. Here is a copy of a fragment of the context:
The present ICT strategy and policies of India are deficient and defective. This is so because most of the components required to make it a transparent, accountable and suitable strategy or policy are missing. The major among them are_:_

(a) Non-use of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs),
(b) Absence of use of "collective expertise",
(c) Lack of gender sensitive policy,
(d) Lack of security and technological safeguards,
(e) Lack of a techno-legal base in India,
(f) Absence of ICT use for justice administration,etc.

Afterreading this article, I become aware of the fact that India's ICT faces some problems caused by its present ICT policies and the deficient and defective legal system. But India also has already started to solve the problems. Now, I become interested in two aspects:
1. Policies and laws in India to support the development of ICT
2. Efficiency of the laws (ICT in law enforcement)
After reading these two typical aspects respectively, you may have a deeper understanding of the present state of the India's ICT policies and laws.  



Reference: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN029840.pdf

3 Comments

  1. Unknown User (u0807239)

    Yo Shao Jun, the source blog in the 2nd paragraph cannot access by normal users... how you access it? do you hack into it? It is illegal... (tongue)

    1. Unknown User (u0807274)

      O,so sorry...I didn't access the source. I just copy down the souce from a PDF document like the writer did. I think the writer quotes this from someone else's source and he can access it. Actually, it's not a direct source of this article. I think actually I dont need this. I will delete it.

  2. Unknown User (u0807239)

    good job man, although your laptop sent to repaired, and you need use school desktop to finish the task, but you did it!(thumbs up)