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Addressing issue of Cyber Crimes in India: An
Analysis

Dr. Deevanshu Shrivastava
Assistant Professor (SG)
JLU School Of Law, Jagran Lakecity University,
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh India

Volume II, Issue I, 2018

For a warrior, nothing is higher than a war against evil. The warrior confronted with such a war should be pleased, Arjuna, for it comes as an open gate to heaven.  But if you do not participate in this battle against evil, you will incur sin, violating your  Dharma and your honour.

– Bhagavad-Gita 2.31

The word cyber and its relative dot.com are probably the most commonly used terminologies of the modern era. In the information age the rapid development of computers, telecommunications and other technologies has led to the evolution of new forms of trans-national crimes known as “cyber crimes”. Cyber crimes have virtually no boundaries and may affect every country in the world. They may be defined as “any crime with the help of computer and telecommunication technology”, with the purpose of influencing the functioning of computer or the computer systems. The extent of loss involved worldwide of cyber crimes is tremendous as it is estimated that about 500 million people who use the Internet can be affected by the emergence of cyber crimes. Cyber crimes are a very serious threat for the times to come and pose one of the most difficult challenges before the law enforcement machinery.

 

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