Jyotsna feels data is important for doing business. Therefore, it is vital for every company and person to protect it like its property. Data contains vital information about a person/entity through which crimes are likely are to increase.
Ms. Jyotsna Jain has pursued her graduation from NLU Vishakhapatnam in 2019 and has gained extensive legal knowledge in Intellectual Property (IPR) and commercial litigation while working in Bangalore for a year. She is currently working in Delhi High Court & looking into the new aspects of emerging law fields that is cyber security, data privacy and robotics law.
From the beginning, Ms. Jain has tried exploring these areas and published her first paper “Artificial Intelligence and Indian Constitution: A research from Legal Insight” in September 2019, Volume 3, Jus Imperator and later on wrote her second research paper on Artificial Intelligence with respect to Labour Laws in India.
She says that, it is true that Indian Judiciary has done commendable job while including Right to Privacy in Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. However, Indian legal industry is still falling behind with respect to evolving technology and the acts of online offenders. It is yet to emerge with new dimensions of law and legislators need to carefully draft new laws.
Apart from learning about such new aspects of law, Jyotsna loves to be creative and artistic. She is passionate towards painting and playing Chess. Her everyday routine includes exercising, playing Badminton and on weekends she keeps time for herself and her hobbies. She feels that one person should not only survive by earning lots of money but also live it to the fullest by fulfilling small dreams that are different from profession. She believes that little accomplishments give more sense of happiness.