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By shailesh_gajera ·
I have a new idea regarding an e-Venture but I have financial and management problem therefore I contacted IT companies like Infosys, Wipro, Microland, Aptech, NIIT, Netacross etc. They are ready to invest but they told me to send the business planfor review. As you know an idea plays a vital role in a dotcom.

Therefore, I feel fear if I submit my business idea to them, first they will get my ideas and detail information, and then say they are not interested in this proposal and developthis venture themselves.

Is there any security by cyber law?
How can I protect my business plan by law?

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by The Code Dragon In reply to cyber law

Both of these questions fall into a "grey" area of law. Most laws in the United States do not incorporate "tech-speak" or web-based jargon yet. The most important thing you can do for protecting your idea is talk to a lawyer. Ideas are intellectual property, and you can claim first rights by filing assorted types of paperwork. Lawyer, lawyer, lawyer. They know the law, and can help you. Good luck

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by james.schlitter In reply to cyber law

Get a lawyer! Before you submit a business plan to a venture, have a confidentiality agreement and a memorandum of understanding drafted (these can be very generic and reused) for them to sign. If they won't sign, go elsewhere. If it's a really good idea, discuss copyright and patent options with your lawyer. As an old-time backup, mail a copy of your presentation to yourself: the post office postmark date is acceptable in court for time precedence.

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