Monthly Archives: May 2020

Cyber Law Courses from Naavi…a reaction to cherish

“Most of us don’t want to learn law primarily for two reasons, one subject being little dry and secondly we feel lawyers are there to take care. After attending this workshop conducted by Guru Na.Vijayashankar (Naavi) and organised by …. … Continue reading

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To Whomsoever It May concern…. One Question to Mr Modi on one year of completion

To Whomsoever It May concern Right now, I am asking one question to Mr Modi on why he is ignoring the need to remove the Digital Black Money which is taking roots in India. I hope I will receive the … Continue reading

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“To Whomsoever It may Concern” …series of postings

Dear Friends of this Blog, This Blog has been running since 1998 and on various occasions made comments on Cyber Law as it has been emerging in our country. These were meant to develop Cyber Jurisprudence in an area where … Continue reading

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Legality of Digital Evidence and Section 65B

Today I will be speaking on Youtube live on Sec 65B of Indian Evidence act. Interested persons can watch the session at www.youtube.com/clue4evidencefoundation From 12pm onwards Topic: Legalities in Admissibility of Digital Evidences Naavi P.S: I presume that the Youtube … Continue reading

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Terror financing, Money Laundering, Cyber Crimes and Black Money are all welcome in India…

The Bitcoin community in India is gloating over the predicament of RBI which had to confirm in an RTI reply that “as on date, no prohibition exists on any Banks providing the Bank accounts for Crypto Exchange companies or Crypto … Continue reading

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Understanding Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act

Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act has been perhaps the most difficult techno legal concept that was introduced by ITA 2000 (Information Technology Act 2000) which even after 20 years of its existence, is yet to be uniformly understood. The … Continue reading

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