Monthly Archives: July 2019

Shafi Mohammad order referred to larger bench

When the media cried out “Courts can rely on electronic records without certificate: SC”., based on the order of a two member bench of the Supreme Court, clearly stated that the order was incorrect and required to be corrected. ( … Continue reading

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Improving the Cyber Crime Prevention, Detection, Investigation and Prosecution

As soon as the new BJP Government has taken over and Mr Amit Shah became the Home Minister, an effort is being launched to examine the improvements that are required to be made for better Cyber Crime control. Essentially, the … Continue reading

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Modi looses to Trump in leading the global fight against Bitcoins and Libra

This site has time and again called upon Mr Modi to stand upto his commitment for eliminating Black money by extending the action to the Digital Space by banning the Crypto currencies.  We had urged Mr Modi to take up … Continue reading

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G 20 recommends breaking of anonymity behind Crypto currency

The recent G 20 meet at Osaka which was attended by Mr Narendra Modi discussed among other things the issue of “Money Laundering” and “Terror Financing”. The role of Crypto Currencies particularly in the light of the entry of FaceBook … Continue reading

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Is the Supreme Court aware… of the adverse impact of Bitcoins?

The Supreme Court is hearing a petition from the Crypto Currency industry players challenging the April 6, 2018 RBI Circular that disallowed entities regulated by it from providing banking channels to exchanges to trade in crypto currency. RBI has been … Continue reading

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Police train on Bitcoin Crimes while Alliance University and Supreme Court deliberate

  As the new Finance Minister in India takes over the reigns of managing the economy,  the Bitcoin industry has scaled up its efforts to some how bring in some semblance of regulatory recognition to Bitcoin and leaving no stone … Continue reading

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