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Evidence Act ,Reserve Bank of India Act, • Computer http://meity. myavr.info Internet Safety & Cyber Law's in India Advocate Prashant Mali - myavr.info(Computer Science),LLB,LLM Cyber Law & Cyber Security Expert Internet safety is the. SPC ERA International Journal of Law and Governance Vol.1, No.1 A comprehensive legal framework of Indian Cyber Laws Anuranjan Misra Professor .

Cybercrime policies/strategies

Participants have further committed to make their best efforts to produce information expeditiously. It has further empowered to issue guidelines, advisories, vulnerabilities, notes and white papers relating to information security practices, procedures, prevention, response and reporting of cyber incidents. However, some important case laws have been pronounced by Indian courts. Section 65B deals with the admissibility of the electronic record.

The purpose of these provisions is to sanctify secondary evidence in electronic form, generated by a computer. It may be noted that the Section starts with a non obstante clause. Thus, notwithstanding anything contained in the Evidence Act, any information contained in an electronic record which is printed on a paper, stored, recorded or copied in optical or magnetic media produced by a computer shall be deemed to be a document only if the conditions mentioned under sub-Section 2 are satisfied, without further proof or production of the original.

The very admissibility of such a document, i. The law permits such evidence to be given in the circumstances mentioned in the relevant provisions, namely, Ss.

Cyber Laws

Further, the Supreme Court of India in K. Section 43 g , Section 43A and Section of 85 can be applied, when filing a complaint against banks, finance or telecom companies for online banking or credit card frauds. This complaint has to be filed with the Hon.

The IT Act, provides two remedies one being criminal and other being civil for providing compensation. Now, looking at criminal various actions, Section 43 has to be read with Section 66 which apply for all crimes mentioned in section 43 and envisages punishment with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine which may extend to Five lakh rupees or with both.

Various sections applicable are as follows: For Data Theft Section 43 b , For Hacking Section 43 a , For spreading Virus or malicious code Section 43 c ,For causing damage to computer or network vandalism Section 43 d ,For disrupting computer or Network Section 43 e ,For Denying access to computer or Network Section 43 f ,For helping hackers Section 43 g ,For tampering computer or network Section 43 h ,For destroying or altering any data Section 43 i and For stealing, deleting or altering any source code Section 43 j would apply.

This section is applicable for oftware iracy in cyber space. Section 65 of The IT Act, Tampering with Computer Source Documents. Explanation - For the purposes of this section, "Computer Source Code" means the listing of programme, Computer Commands, Design and layout and program analysis of computer resource in any form.

Conclusion Internet which came as a use full aid to business and education has now fully blown into an entity which has its own existence, its own social aura and tenets. Laws in India though enacted with full vigour are not implemented with the same josh.

Common IT user often do not know various sections of laws and there rights under the law, I find difficult to digest that educated people cannot differentiate between civil or criminal remedies available to them under law. I feel Laws hence further enacted should have a section which mandates all states and municipalities to conduct awareness trainings and further the budget for the same should be allocated in the law itself for next ten years. This paper has aimed to make Internet or Online users aware about various Cyber Laws available and remedies under the same and thereby causing general awareness.

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The section reads: Whoever, by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by signs or by visible representations, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any person intending to harm, or knowing or having reason to believe that such imputation will harm, the reputation of such person, is said, except in the cases hereinafter expected, to defame that person.

The Internet related abuse and defamation has had a massive impact on many areas of personal and professional life. While defamation, in the shape of slanderous and libelous comments, has been around for many decades, the problem has been exacerbated by the advance of the Internet as a reporting and social tool.

While comments made in newspapers and even on the TV have a limited shelf life, those made on the Internet can remain on the website where they were first added as well as on other blogs and websites and even in the cache of search engines for many more years. Internet Safety Laws against Online frauds Banking and Non-Banking The Indian banking and financial services sector has witnessed exponential growth in the last decade. The growth has not been without its pitfalls as incidents of frauds in the industry have also been on the rise6.

Beginning , I have lodged cases of online frauds worth more than 2. Even though penetration of ecommerce and usage of internet banking has increased, the safety related knowledge but knowledge related to remedies under law is yet to sink in with the common man using Internet for commercial activities.

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Explanation -Mere silence as to facts likely to affect the willingness of a person to enter into a contract is not fraud, unless the circumstances of the case are such that, regard being had to them, it is the duty of the person keeping silence to speak, or unless his silence, is, in itself, equivalent to speech.

No definition of fraud is given in I. Sections ,, of the IPC also can be applied.

The relevant IT Act section mainly applicable are further expanded S. Section 43 g , Section 43A and Section of 85 can be applied, when filing a complaint against banks, finance or telecom companies for online banking or credit card frauds. This complaint has to be filed with the Hon.

The IT Act, provides two remedies one being criminal and other being civil for providing compensation. Now, looking at criminal various actions, Section 43 has to be read with Section 66 which apply for all crimes mentioned in section 43 and envisages punishment with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine which may extend to Five lakh rupees or with both.

Various sections applicable are as follows: For Data Theft Section 43 b , For Hacking Section 43 a , For spreading Virus or malicious code Section 43 c ,For causing damage to computer or network vandalism Section 43 d ,For disrupting computer or Network Section 43 e ,For Denying access to computer or Network Section 43 f ,For helping hackers Section 43 g ,For tampering computer or network Section 43 h ,For destroying or altering any data Section 43 i and For stealing, deleting or altering any source code Section 43 j would apply.

This section is applicable for oftware iracy in cyber space. Section 65 of The IT Act, Tampering with Computer Source Documents. Explanation - For the purposes of this section, "Computer Source Code" means the listing of programme, Computer Commands, Design and layout and program analysis of computer resource in any form.

Conclusion Internet which came as a use full aid to business and education has now fully blown into an entity which has its own existence, its own social aura and tenets.Further it is also contended that in future new forms of cyber crime will emerge which even need to be taken care of.

The section was included wide amendment of , and deals with the sending of offensive messages through communication services. Jurisdiction is a key part of court cases. By Thohedul Islam Talukdar.

Sections ,, of the IPC also can be applied. Imagine the ordeal of junior level officer who probably never feels anything obscene when he is hurled abuses by his seniors or politician masters. Destruction of public document really visualise about the Internet. But it will not, could 9. Again here it lies with the conscience of the police manning the complaint table to appreciate what the complainant brings on table is grossly offensive or having menacing character.

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