Monthly Archives: August 2016

Steps to Improve Cyber Judicial System in India

In the last two posts, I have highlighted the call for early appointment of the Chair person of Cyber Appellate Tribunal (CyAT) which is vacant since July 2011 and the inadequacy of the NCRB system to recognize the extent of … Continue reading

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NCRB releases misleading Cyber Crime data for 2015

As an annual ritual, National Crimes Record Bureau (NCRB) has released the Crime data for the year 2015 which includes data regarding Cyber Crimes registered and disposed off in India in 2015. Copy of the Report :  Full Report : Cyber Crime … Continue reading

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We Need a total revamp of the Cyber Judiciary system in India….Attention Mr Modi

Mr Rajeev Chandrashekar, one of the few MPs who understands Cyber Law has rightly drawn the attention of the Government to the need to appoint the Chair person to Cyebr Appellate Tribunal-CyAT. (Refer BS Article). According to the report, he … Continue reading

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Basheer Case Judgement and Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act…Cyber Jurisprudence develops

Information Technology Act 2000 (ITA 2000) came into effect on 17th October 2000. Subsequently, the substantially amended version of the Act viz ITA 2008 came into effect on 27th October 2009. Despite the long elapse of time since these versions … Continue reading

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Naavi on Responsibility of Bankers for E Banking Frauds

Cyber Society of India (CySi), Chennai of which Naavi is the founder secretary, conducted a one day workshop on Cyber Crimes on August 6, 2016. Naavi spoke on the Role and Responsibility of Bankers  covering the legal implications under ITA 2008 … Continue reading

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Ministry of Civil Aviation should explain security of proposed WiFi on airplanes scheme

Yesterday, the Ministry of Civil Aviation made a public announcement that in about 10 days, passengers in Indian air space may be allowed to connect to Internet through a WiFi connectivity on the airplane. It must have appeared exciting to … Continue reading

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