India takes these cases seriously. India may not have laws which are as stringent as those in the US, but the government and associations such as NASSCOM are working towards ensuring that laws are on par with international legislation. Except for one known case of fraud there have been no other problems in India's $3.6 billion business-process services. Last year a programmer for India's Geometric Software Solutions Co. tried to sell a U.S. client's intellectual property. He was arrested and is awaiting trial. Most of the data privacy and security fears are unfounded. We have to be careful in such cases.