Monthly Archives: May 2009

Blatant misuse of Information Technology Act

The blatant misuse of penal provision by the law enforcement agencies due to ignorance of law is not new. The same is true with technical legislations like Information Technology Act, 2000. As per the mandate of the IT Act, 2000, … Continue reading

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UNIQUE CASE OF EXTORTION THROUGH INTERNET

ACCUSED EXTORTING MONEY THROUGH INTERNET ARRESTED ! EXTORTIONIST CLAIMED TO BE AMEMBER OF SOME DUBAI BASED HALALA GROUP ! DEMANDED RS. 2.2 CRORES AS PROTECTION MONEY THROUGH E-MAIL ! The Police in its effort to crackdown on ‘Crimes of Persuasion’, … Continue reading

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CASE STUDY OF BPO DATA THEFT CASE

EX-EMPLOYEES INVOLVED IN DATA THEFT FROM CALL CENTRES ARRESTED ! ROUTED PROPRIETARY COMPANY DATA THROUGH THEIR OWN PARALLEL COMPANY ! CAUSED LOSSES TO COMPANY OF OVER Rs 3.3 CRORES ! The Police in its effort to crackdown on clandestine theft … Continue reading

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Fraudulent Online Share Transactions By Hacking

Certain unknown persons executed fraudulent trade by selling a call option of 5500 shares of BEL Ltd. in the trading code of CM01 allotted by the broker M/s CMA Securities Pvt. Ltd. in the name of Shri M. K. Chopra. … Continue reading

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Cyber Crimes- Low conviction rate

The growth of the Internet and ecommerce has been phenomenal, so is the growth of the cyber crimes. Computers today are being misused for illegal activities like hacking, credit card fraud, transmitting obscene message or photos, spam’s, software piracy etc; … Continue reading

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