Evolution of ethical aspects of digital information in India

Seshagiri, N. ; Reddy, C. L. M. (1997) Evolution of ethical aspects of digital information in India The International Information & Library Review, 29 (2). pp. 227-235. ISSN 1057-2317

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The evolution of the legal framework of digital information in India and the associated ethical framework are traced with specific reference to land records and land use information: case law, archiving, privacy and freedom of information, considerations of competitive situations, etc. The case of legal information of NICNET (National Informatics Center NET) and the ethical aspects of government digital information are described in order to clarify what could be the desirable guidelines for the future development of ethical and legal aspects of informatics in India. Issues linked to the co-development of the Internet and Intranet for scientific, educational and cultural information management are also presented.

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