The Challenge of Cyber Crime in India: The Role of Government
Pakistan Journal of Criminology Volume 3, No. 3, Jan, 2012, pp. 127-134
8 Pages Posted: 29 Aug 2014
Date Written: January 1, 2012
Nascent personal computers, high-bandwidth wireless networking technologies and the pervasive use of the internet have transformed the style of performing business. The IT infrastructure provides transmission and storage of gigantic amounts of critical information used in each domain of society and it enables government agencies to speedily interact with each other as well as with industry, citizens, state, local governments and across international boundaries. The paper focuses on an assortment of concerns related to cyber crime and the role of Government to combat the issue. Further findings draw attention to array of cyber crime which is not covered in the IT Act.
Keywords: Cyber Law, Data Diddling, Cyber Squatting, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Cyber Stalking
JEL Classification: K19, F52, L63
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