Cyber Crime: Are the Law Outdated for this Type of Crime

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  • Divy Shivpuri Student, Law College, Uttaranchal University, Dehradun, India

Keywords:

cyber-crime

Abstract

Cybercrime can be defined as an "illegal act in which a computer is a tool or a goal or both". Late, the use of computers has become extremely common and popular. However, the misuse of technology in cyberspace has led to cybercrime both nationally and internationally. With the intention of regulating criminal activities in the cyber world and protecting the technological advancement system, the Indian parliament approved the law on technological information, 2000. It was the first global law of India to deal with technology in the field of e-commerce, e-governance, electronic banking services, as well as penalties and punishments regarding computer crimes. This paper mainly deals with the laws relating to the cyber-crimes in India. The objectives of this research paper to analyse the concept of cyber-crime in India and give suggestions to make the laws more effective to deal with it.

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Published

2021-07-06

How to Cite

[1]
D. Shivpuri, “Cyber Crime: Are the Law Outdated for this Type of Crime”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 7, pp. 44–49, Jul. 2021.

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