Contemporary Problems related to Cyber Crimes and Security: An Abbreviated Evaluation

  • Abhishek Sunar
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  • Abhishek Sunar

    Advocate in India [BA.LLB(Hons.), LL.M (Constitutional & Administrative Law) Alliance University, Bengaluru- Karnataka]

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Cyber – Crime in the contemporary times has become a squander and well an acquiesce to many nations across the world thus, making it an international or perhaps an unidentifiable global crime which needs to be addressed forthwith. It is a paradigm where the jurisdiction of many atone nations have not been able to surpass unless a multi-lateral treaty has been furnished to tackle this heightened global terror and a crime. Wherefore, coming to the main context in the standpoint of India, it has been hoodwinking since the laws are weak and cannot imbue the local jurisdiction of the Courts and legal enforcements which fail to trace the source and provide any security towards the common citizens of India. Additionally, looking at the advancements in tackling cyber-crime in India, it conceptualised the Information of Technology Act, 2002 which was later amended in the year 2008, but did not engulf to safeguard the interests and swipe the prevalent issue in question of nabbing cyber-criminalities in India. Therefore, it is a need of an hour to resolve the cyber- crimes in India including the crimes such as hacking, illegal access, misuse of devices, illegal interception, computer related fraud or forgery, offences related to copyright, neighbouring rights, cyber bullying and child pornography which are some of the pertinent crimes new to the mainstream of the population in India. Therefore, it is portent to address these issues and redress it in accordance with the existing laws and measures which could curb such widespread crimes to meet the ends of justice. Furthermore, this research would highlight and address the inception of cyber-crimes and its impact in the Indian society with an overview of the investigative procedures including counter-measures to tackle, deter, apprehend.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 82 - 87


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