Cyber Law commonly known as IT Law is the law which covers Information-technology including computers and internet. It supervises the digital circulation of information, software, information security and e-commerce and deals with aspects like contracts, intellectual property, privacy and data protection laws.
As more and more companies and people have started working on computers and mobile, cyber crime or what is commonly known as Internet Crime, has gone up in great proportion.
Cybercrime is a criminal activity that is committed by cybercriminals, known as hackers, who either want to make money or do it for political or personal gains.
Cybercrime is committed through a computer, a computer network or a networked device. It can be carried out by individuals or organizations.
There are many types of cyber crimes, some of the most common ones are:
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Cyber Law in India is a law that acts against any crime done using technology, internet and computer as a tool for it. IT Act 2000 was amended in 2008 and now it covers different types of crimes under cyber law in India. The Act explains the types of cybercrime and punishment and provides protection to citizens from various kinds of cyber crime.
There is a pressing need for a Cyber law because as the use of the internet has spread but at the same time its misuse has also increased. New and innovative methods are being used by many people for committing frauds and crimes and therefore, there was an acute need for a Cyber law in the country.
As all of us have become more and more dependent on the internet for almost everything- work, entertainment, banking, etc. through our laptops and/or our mobiles, therefore, we have become vulnerable to such attacks. You can easily become a target or you may unknowingly commit a cyber crime without knowing about it. Thus, understanding the implications of cyber law is very helpful.
In the beginning even the lawmakers did not think it was essential to have a cyber law but as time passed and our dependence on the internet increased, so did related crimes. Gradually the need for a comprehensive legal regulation was felt. Today people are more tech savvy and more aware of the laws related to the internet. The media also helped in creating awareness as it has widely circulated some high profile cases.
Just like every law takes time to mature, in the same way Cyber law is still evolving; we can say it is still in its infancy. As new challenges are thrown up by cyber criminals everyday, the necessity of legal remedies to confront and stop it arises, thus, the cyber law is ever evolving. With lots of strategies in place, the law is being refined with time and gradually it will mature to deal with all kinds of cyber crime effectively, if not stop it completely.