Forensic Audit: Preventing the Abuse of Insolvency Code

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!The significance of forensic audit has gained paramount importance as the corporate debtors are moving for restructuring and bidding themselves for stressed assets. The concern … Continue reading

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Intercepted Mobile Evidence on CD: Infringement of Constitutional Right of Defence

Electronic Interception of Telephonic Communication, also known as “Wiretapping” always clouded with various controversies  as to illegality or breach of privacy however, an important concern as to what standard of evidence, the prosecution needs to establish the Admissibility, Authenticity, Veracity and Reliability of such recordings in the court. This article is confined to various aspects of such intercepted data to see whether the accused gets a proper right to defend himself within the meaning of Article 21 of Constitution of India particularly when the prosecution have complete dominion over the collection, preservation, analysis & presentation of evidence and accused […] Continue Reading…

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SHA-1 OFFICIAL DEAD: Authenticity Challenge in Electronic Evidence Cases

“We have broken SHA-1 in practice,” and “SHAttered attack” can be used to compromise anything that relies on SHA-1, says a group of researchers from the CWI Research centres in Amsterdam and Google. The information available on  also enables … Continue reading

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Every Computer Output does not require 65B Certificate – IEA, 1872

Admissibility of the electronic records has been one of the controversial issues in every case where it is being relied upon by any of the parties. The reason is the ease with which such documents can be fabricated in electronic media raises the issues as to its admissibility, genuineness, veracity and reliability which have to be dealt by the court. Section 65B, Indian Evidence Act, 1872 was introduced in the year 2000 by way of amendment which requires a certificate reflecting compliance of the condition laid down in Section 65B(2) and the […] Continue Reading…

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Restriction on WhatsApp Group in J&K- An Another Failed Attempt To Regulate The Internet

The philosophy of Prof. Lawrence Lessing regarding the control of internet through its code and ‘the declaration of independence of cyberspace’ by John Perry Barlaw are in interlocked stage. The movement of the governance of internet is slowly and slowly … Continue reading

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