Author(s): P.S Nikita, Aroshi Pal

Email(s): psnikita97@gmail.com , Aroshi.pal@gmail.com

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Address: P.S Nikita1, Aroshi Pal1
1BBALLB student of 1st Semester, Kalinga University, Naya Raipur Chhattisgarh.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 4,      Issue - 3,     Year - 2016


ABSTRACT:
In recent years internet have become very popular and lots of research is being done on them. This paper concentrates on cybercrime which is the most challenging issue. Cyber crime occurs almost daily on the social electronic media. To detect such cybercrimes we need cyber law. Cybercrime effect the computer devices and computer networks as well as the people and organization. Today India facing many problems which are directly related to cyber crimes for e.g. fraud schemes, data mining etc. The backbone of the research study is the information technology Act 2000. Information technology Act 2000 is one of the important statutes in India to tackle cybercrimes. Cyber crimes are punishable under various statutes besides IT Act, 2000. For example under section 22, 23, 33, 44, 97, 268, 378, 425 of Indian penal code, 1860. This presentation contains the details of cyber jurisprudence, cyber crime, cyber law in India and cyber crimes investigations. If we really wants to fight with such type of crimes, we need an international coordination and cooperation as well as training of the investigation agency and the judicial members.


Cite this article:
P.S Nikita, Aroshi Pal. Cyber Jurisprudence. Int. J. Rev. and Res. Social Sci. 4(3): July-Sept., 2016; Page 168-170.


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