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Law of cyber crimes & information technology law

S. V. Joga Rao

Law of cyber crimes & information technology law

policy, law & practice alongwith the text of select global legislations focusing on cyber crimes, etc. etc.

by S. V. Joga Rao

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Published by Wadhwa and Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 985-1010) and index.

Other titlesLaw of cyber crimes and information technology law
Statementby S.V. Joga Rao.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW+
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiv, 1036 p. ;
Number of Pages1036
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3443139M
LC Control Number2005318210

Computer crimes are the activities that contain breaking the law. In other words computer crimes are the illegal activities or activities that can be penalized by law. Therefore those crimes may effects badly to all the areas of society. These crimes were devoted for many reasons, some are rational, others of may make no sense to the observer. 6 hours ago  See “Advisory on Cybercrime across the business of law, in-house, regulatory, technology and more, with expert insights from our senior editors.

  This book introduces, analyses and provides a comparative critique of the laws governing Information Technology and Cyber- crime in India. It covers the Information Technology Act in detail alongside other legislations governing jurisdiction, cyber-crime, intellectual property rights in cyberspace, e-contracts, intermediary liability and electronic s:   By NS Nappinai Law does provide a remedy against most of the prevalent cyber crimes. 'Cyber crime' is not a defined term but a catch-all phrase attributable to any offence involving an internet device. Most of the cyber crimes are listed under the Information Technology Act (IT Act), , which was amended in

The Information Technology Act was passed when the country was facing the problem of growing cyber crimes. Since the Internet is the medium for huge information and a large base of communications around the world, it is necessary to take certain precautions while operating it.   cyber crime & cyber law 1. CYBER CRIME & CYBER LAW Presented by: himanshu munjal Viii sem,cs Roll no 2. STRUCTURE• Introduction• Cyber crime• Classification of cybercrime• Cyber Law & Need• Cyber law in US• Global efforts 3.


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Reporting a Cyber crime in India Introduction In the last two decades; the use of the internet and information technology has grown dramatically. This has inadvertently resulted in exponential growth in cyber crimes. The debate continues as to whether the rapid technological advancement is a boon or a bane.

Information technology is affecting us as individual and as a society. Information technology stands firmly on hardware and software of a computer and tele-communication infrastructure. But this is only one facet of the information Technology, today the other facets are the challenges for the whole world like cyber crimes and more.

Cyber Law, which may be classified as “Computer Law”, is considered to be one of the most recently developed legal fields as a result of the ongoing advent of computer-based technology. This type of technology relies heavily on the Internet and online activity, and as a result, regulations and oversight of this type of activity has been.

Information Technology Law is the ideal companion for a course of study on IT law and the ways in which it is evolving in response to rapid technological and social change. The fourth edition of this ground-breaking textbook develops its unique examination of the legal processes and their relationship to the modern 'information society'.Reviews: 5.

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