Category: Law ministry

China’s Expanded Export Controls Pose Fresh Challenge To Global Tech Industry

Source:-thewire Shanghai: The latest additions to China’s list of controlled technology exports could upset a broad range of industries and raise the possibility that some global tech giants might have to split off their Chinese operations, legal experts said. The new list of technologies under export controls announced on August 28, 2020, came as an

Bill to establish Ministry of Digital Development in preparation

Source:-internationallawoffice A new bill to establish the Ministry of Digital Development is being prepared by Cabinet and will be proposed to the Legislative Yuan in September 2020 for review. According to President Tsai Ing-wen’s inauguration address of 20 May 2020, the Ministry of Digital Development will be an industry-oriented government agency for business development in

Law Ministry, Ipos seek public feedback on copyrighted works

Source:-straitstimes The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) and the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (Ipos) launched a public consultation yesterday to seek feedback on whether existing exceptions that allow for the digital reproduction of copyrighted works – for purposes such as teaching and fixing key system software – are still relevant. The public consultation will run

Law Minister: Govt to decide on Khaleda taking her health into consideration

Source:-dhakatribune He noted that Khaleda Zia is not on bail rather she was released through an executive order on humanitarian grounds The government will decide on extending BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s temporary release taking her health into consideration following an application submitted by her family. Law Minister Anisul Huq made the remarks addressing the press

Continuing with certain provisions of MMDR Act to cause loss to state exchequer: Govt

Source:-financialexpress The ministry said it proposes to amend provisions related to grant of prospecting licence and mining leases, and allocate such mineral blocks through transparent method of auction. Section 10A(2)(b) pertains to the leases where reconnaissance permit or prospecting licence were granted and 10A(2)(c) relates to grant of mining leases (ML). “Since continuing with existing

ABVP Urges Law Minister To Give Fee Concessions To NLU Students

Source:-bweducation.businessworld The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Tuesday submitted a memorandum to the Union Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, urging him to grant fee concessions to students of National Law Universities across the country. It has been a long-standing demand of ABVP that as students are making use of minimal facilities, they