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Kinds of Cyber Crimes

Kinds of cyber-crime and punishments per the Indian information technology Act 2000. 1. Sec.43 Damage to Computer system etc Compensation for Rupees 1crore 2. Sec. 43-A Compensation for failure to protect data not exceeding five crore rupees 3. Sec. 65 Tampering with Computer Source Documents imprisonment up to three years, or with fine which may extend up to two lakh rupees. 4. Sec.66 Hacking with computer system Fine of 2 lakh rupees, and imprisonment for 3 years. ..

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Electronic Governance

Electronic Governance E governance is a method which facilitates faster, convenient interaction between the government and its people. The concept of E services and E administration is becoming popular in many state governments in India and also the central government of India gas come up with lot of schemes to facilitate E governance. These schemes are mostly utility driven and community based. These schemes mandated better facilities than the traditional method of governan..

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Cyber Law- Indian Perspectives

Cyber Law- Indian Perspectives With the enactment of the Information Technology Act, 2000, in India, the law has taken a quantum jump to include even the intangibles under its purview. This Act is a proactive piece of legislation and is not only in tune with the UNCITRAL’s Model Law on Electronic Commerce but it services the government by means of reliable electronic records. The Information Technology Act contains most of provisions relating to cyber laws in India. The I..

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Objects and statement of Information Technology Act,2000

Objects and statement of Information Technology Act,2000 The enactment of Information Technology Act, 2000 in India paved the way for information revolution with legal sanctity. The promptness of the enactment and the legislators surprised many people because it overcame the usual lethargic attitude of the legislators in the process of legislation of a law in India. A verbatim look at the statement would help us gain a purposive understanding of the act. New communication s..

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Amendments to Information Technology Act 

Amendments to Information Technology Act   Information Technology Act, 2000 was working well but it has also faced lot of criticism due to certain vital issues. The penalty provision for civil offences was very meager when compared to the nature and level of the stakeholders and its impact on the Indian business. The provisions in the Indian Information technology Act 2000 also had very weak provisions to eradicate pornography and some more types of cyber-crimes...

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JURISPRUDENCE OF CYBER LAW

Jurisprudence of Cyber Law Jurisprudence is the theory and philosophy of law. The advantage of jurisprudence knowledge in any branch of law is that one can understand the evolution, purpose and the consistent growth of any law that is critically analysed. The society is facing ethical challenges from social networking sites. The present generation is not only well connected but it is better to say addicted with this social networking sites. All invention of science is for th..

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CYBER CRIMINALS

Cyber Criminals The cyber criminals constitute of various groups/category. This division may be justified on the basis of the object that they have in their mind. The following are the category of cyber criminals- Children and adolescents between the age group of 6 to 18 years- The simple reason for this type of delinquent behavior pattern in children is seen mostly due to the inquisitiveness to know and explore the things. Other cognate reason may be to prove them to be ..

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CLASSIFICATION OF CYBER CRIMES

Classification of Cyber Crimes The following are the crimes, which can be committed against the following group: Against Individuals: - Harassment via e-mails, Cyber stalking, Dissemination of obscene, Defamation, Unauthorized control/access over computer system, Indecent exposure, E-mail spoofing, Cheating & Fraud. Against Individual Property: - Computer Vandalism, Transmitting virus, Net Trespass, Unauthorized control/access over computer system, Intellectual Pro..

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REASONS FOR CYBER CRIME

Reasons for Cyber Crime "The Concept of Law" has said 'human beings are vulnerable so rule of law is required to protect them.' Applying this to the cyberspace we may say that computers are vulnerable so rule of law is required to protect and safeguard them against cyber crime. The reasons for the vulnerability of computers may be said to be: Capacity to store data in comparatively small space: The computer has unique characteristic of storing data in a very small space. ..

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CONVENTIONAL & CYBER CRIME

Distinction Between Conventional and Cyber Crime There is apparently no distinction between cyber and conventional crime. However, on a deep introspection we may say that there exists a fine line of demarcation between the conventional and cyber crime, which is appreciable. The demarcation lies in the involvement of the medium in cases of cyber crime. The 'sine qua non for cyber crime is that there should be an involvement, at any stage, of the virtual cyber medium...

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