Category Archives: Information Technology Act

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 … Continue reading

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

CERTIFICATE U/S 65B NOT REQUIRED TO PROVE FIR 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 … Continue reading

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How To Become A Cyber Lawyer

With the evaluation of e-governance and society moving towards digitization, the Information Technology has penetrated in every sphere of life and the profession of law, being no exception, is immensely impacted by it. The proliferation comprises of e-Business, Digital Communication, … Continue reading

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ONGC 197 CR. FRAUD: HACKER USING APT FOR CYBERHEIST

Introduction International business trade is facing an unprecedented threat of frauds from organized crime, particularly, an intelligent, knowledgeable group of hackers and recent fraud with ONGC is one of the crime involving huge amount of Rs. 197 Cr. Such scams … Continue reading

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Cert. u/s 65B EA Can Be Filed At Any Stage Of Trial

During trials, Judges are often asked to rule on the admissibility of electronic evidence and it substantially impacts the outcome of civil law suit or conviction/acquittal of the accused. The Court continue to grapple with this new electronic frontier as … Continue reading

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