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Cyber Law
With the opening up of cyberspace came the construction of the roads on which people would henceforth travel. The Internet, which once started out as a military tool has become a global phenomenon and brought the world closer together. At a certain cost, however.

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Jurisdictional Challenges in Online Transactions
Published : March 03, 2017 | Author : anishak31 | Rating :
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Today, with a click of a button we can do anything worldwide sitting right where we are. With the web taking over every sphere of our lives, the question arises that if a dispute takes place vis-a-vis an online transaction, who shall be held accountable?
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E-Evidence in India
Published : April 12, 2016 | Author : Prashanti | Unrated
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The Evidence Act has been amended by virtue of Section 92 of Information Technology Act, 2000. Section 3 of the Act was amended and the phrase All documents produced for the inspection of the Court were substituted by All documents including electronic records produced for the inspection of the Court
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Cyber Jurisprudence An Internalisation In Indian Matrix
Published : February 24, 2016 | Author : adv_abhi | Rating :
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An insight of Cyber jurisprudence in Indian framework, which is largely founded upon The Information Technology Act-2000 as amended by The Information Technology Act-2008. A fingertip information as to the penal provisions are also provided for better understanding of the significance of the Act.
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A study of Formation and challenges of electronic contract in cyberspace
Published : December 12, 2015 | Author : neetapghadge7@ | Rating :
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E contracts laws, formation of it & critical approach is very important study for E-commerce review. The main object of this research paper to focus on exact fact of e-contract in the light of cyberspace. It is not paper based contract but it is electronic contract.
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Electronic Signature: Legal and Technical aspect
Published : May 08, 2015 | Author : Yogesh Kolekar | Rating :
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The traditional signatures are hand written and are uniquely representative of one’s identity. The use of signature is mandatory in law in certain cases and holds an important legal position in the document as it signify two things, the identity of the person and its intent to it. The Signature is one’s identity on a document and is used in day to day transaction and in case of illiterate persons its fingerprint is considered as his signature. The handwritten signature is prone to forgery and tampering hence insufficient for online transaction and contracts. The online transaction requires unique and strong protection which is served by electronic signature
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Proposed Amendments Affecting Transmission Service Provider
Published : February 13, 2015 | Author : adv.chetansharma | Rating :
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Proposed amendments in the existing clauses of Electricity Act 2003 by the current government. The comparison is only limited to the transmission part in the present Electricity Act. In the Electricity Act 2003, following proposed amendment will affect the transmission service
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Cybersquatting and Domain Names
Published : December 29, 2014 | Author : mahimapradeep | Unrated
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cybersquatting and domain names and the regulations relating to it
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Right to Privacy and Social Networking Websites
Published : September 04, 2014 | Author : Pooja Jain | Rating :
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The Internet has had a massive impact on many areas of personal and professional life. SNW an easy to use, convenient and cost effective way of networking, however the flip side presents the drawback of such Social Networking Websites. One such glaring drawback is the opportunity they provide for cyber-defamation.
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Data Privacy And Cyber Security Policies Shaping The Legal Outsourcing Landscapes In India
Published : July 16, 2014 | Author : hitechlpo | Rating :
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There is a vertical growth in the trend of outsourcing legal support services to offshore vendors across the legal industry. However, if you go back in time, a few years from now, the scenario was completely different. While the BPO and IT sectors took off and weresoon booming, the LPO industry took time to gain ground. This is because there was a widespread skepticism regarding the privacy and confidentiality of client data.
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Telecommunication laws in India and its drawbacks
Published : June 17, 2014 | Author : shreya.mazumdar | Rating :
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Evolution and growth of telecommunication in India in brief and later it deals with the conflict that was seen between DoT and TRAI and coming of TDSAT in picture further still the article deals with the developments that are needed in the field of Telecom regulation and laws.
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A Clarion Call To BPOs In India
Published : December 01, 2013 | Author : JUNAID05@LEGALSERVICEINDIA.COM | Rating :
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Article that discuss the role and status of BPOs and does an brief analysis of the same in the light of the defintion of 'intermediaries and network service providers' under the Information Technology Act. It also discusses about the various defenses available to an intermediary under section 79 and Information Technology (Intermediaries guidelines) Rules, 2011
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Social Media Governance In India
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : abhishekpandey | Rating :
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Internet laws: Social media can well be termed as a tool of divulgence and convergence of information. But such tool is more or less used by individuals and few organizations....
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Prevention of Cyber Crime
Published : December 13, 2012 | Author : Nalini R | Rating :
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Computer and internet usage is on the rise due to lover costs of computer ownership and connectivity as well as faster and easier accessibility...
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Issue of Jurisdiction in Combating Cyber Crimes: Issues and Challenges Pornography and Indian Jurisdiction
Published : December 02, 2012 | Author : mittal.mohit01 | Rating :
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Article deals with the problem of cyber pornography and its jurisdiction in India...
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Cyber Crime: Default in success of conviction due to lack of jurisdiction
Published : November 07, 2012 | Author : JuhiTalati | Rating :
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The era of modernization where the working without internet almost handicaps the core functioning at every level. Cyber space also played necessary role in easy & better functioning of trade & commerce to the society...
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Cyber Offences - A Technological Termite
Published : September 27, 2012 | Author : gauravsharma | Rating :
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The increased dependence on IT and communication technology for dynamic and fast business solutions has its own side effect. The effect of digital information technologies upon our world certainly poses endless benefits for the citizens of our growing global village. The dark side of it, not surprisingly, is the misuse of Information Technology for criminal activities. Cyber Crimes are a new genus of crimes, which use computers and networks for criminal activities...
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Cyber Terrorism - Quick glance
Published : September 03, 2012 | Author : Lidia Mariam Benoji | Rating :
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Describes the elements of cyber terrorism, pure cyberterrorism, the means of it, effect of Information Technology Act, 2000...
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Data Protection and Outsourcing
Published : July 05, 2012 | Author : kumar.mihir | Rating :
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amendments were brought in the information Technology Act, 2000 to provide the measures for data protection in India which may assuage the fears of misuse of data / information being dealt with by the outsourcing industry or the IT Sector or during the e-commerce for the time being...
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Cyber Torts
Published : May 30, 2012 | Author : shreya | Rating :
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Cyber torts are the latest and perhaps the most complicated problem in the cyber world. Cyber torts may be said to be those species, of which, genus is the conventional torts, and where either the computer is an object or subject of the conduct constituting tort...
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Cyber Forensics & Electronic Evidences: Challenges In Enforcement & Their Admissibility
Published : January 12, 2012 | Author : samarth | Rating :
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Proliferation of Information technology has brought with itself a chequered scenario in society. The upcoming challenges in cyber forensics has brought it with itself problem of admissibility of electronic evidence as well...
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