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    why does us thinks american data is safe in india bangalore?
    here is a picture of india bangalore : https://www.google.com/search?q=banglore+india+picture&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS749US749&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiiy7zz7tzUAhVC6CYKHZV3ALkQsAQIMg&biw=1920&bih=974#tbm=isch&q=bangalore+india+slum

    what makes us think that data is secure in a enviroment like this ?

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    Cheap-Labour–More gain, a good bet? Most developed nations in the world, especially the USA has engaged in outsourcing a majority of their industrial and trading contracts, offshore to developing countries like India to ensure benefits of inexpensive labour and cost reductions. This smart theory in the world skyrocketing costs involved in undergoing resources and labour expenses has expanded the competitive foreign market and benefitted the source company in every way. From the list of outsourcing countries that have emerged to fight it out amongst themselves, India reigns the top slot. According to outsourcing provider Intercom India, outsourcing is “a specialized service wherein a responsible provider manages an entire business operation or business function including support, staffing and information technology, to improve business performance and increase shareholder value.” It has not only emerged in a particular industry doing some intermittent work but has marked an unimaginable growth in last few decades. This influx of outsourcing business contracts with the availability of highly educated labour, high production gains with having to pay peanuts continues to add to the daunting picture of its unresolved legal issues. A 2010 report stated with the expected growth in the outsourcing business in India from 34% in 2009 to 52% in 2010, the legal issues concerning employment laws, intellectual property laws, data-privacy and bankruptcy, multi-jurisdictional issues and the lack of any specific dispute resolution body, the maze of unanswered and uncontrolled legal issues will suffer complicated litigations. It is an unending loop forming a viscous circle where business contracts are outsourced to offshore companies, which if faces legal issues are handed over to law firms which again in the form of legal process outsourcing is outsourced to the offshore market.

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