Cyber Law & Information Technology
Cyber law is a legal field that concerns itself with the virtual world of cyberspace, computing, and the internet. Its scope encompasses a wide range of issues such as jurisdiction, intellectual property, data protection laws, contract, privacy, and freedom of expression. Essentially, cyber law is responsible for regulating and governing the way individuals and organizations interact in the digital space. Information technology, on the other hand, is the use of computers to process, store, retrieve, create, and exchange information and data. As such, it plays a critical role in shaping the way we communicate and interact with each other in the digital age. The importance of cyber law and information technology cannot be overstated, given their central role in modern-day society.
Matters relating to Damage to computer, computer system etc.
Matters relating to Body corporate failure to protect data.
Matters relating to Tampering with computer source documents.
Matters relating to Hacking with computer systems, Data alteration etc.
Matters relating to Sending offensive messages through communication service etc.
Matters relating to Retains any stolen computer resource or communication device.
Matters relating to Fraudulent use of electronic signature or publishing false digital signature certificates.
Matters relating to Cheats by personating by using computer resource.
Matters relating to Publishing obscene images.
Matters relating to Cyber terrorism Web-Jacking Bogus websites, Cyber frauds E-mail spoofing.
Matters relating to Publishes or transmits unwanted material or sexuality explicit material.
Matters relating to Abusing children online.
Matters relating to Breach of Confidentiality and privacy.