The Hon Supreme Court of India has pronounced its verdict on 24 March 2015 regarding Scrapping of I T Act’s section 66A.In the words of Hon Supreme Court, “Section 66A is struck down in its entirety being violative of Article 19(1) (a) and not saved under Article 19(2).”
The Bench turned down a plea to strike down sections 69A and 79 of the I T Act, which deal with the procedure and safeguards for blocking certain websites and exemption from liability of intermediaries in certain cases, respectively.
Everywhere it is seen as Huge Victory of Netizens as A DRACONIAN ACT has been shown death bed by Hon.SC but in fact SC has never referred the said provisions of act AS DRACONIAN anywhere.
Let me critically examine the observations in 123 pages verdict delivered by Hon Judges.
In para 9 SC highlighted that Public Criticism is essential for Democracy as Freedom of Speech and Press is Ark of Covenant of Democracy. In para 10 judges referred that Importance of Freedom of speech though not absolute but were necessary as we need to tolerate unpopular views. Informed citizeny is a precondition for meaningful governance the culture of open dialogue is generally of great social importance.
Cyber Awareness Organisation is spreading awareness about various events in cyber space and also providing advisory services for cyber fraud victims through its CYBER CRIME HELPLINE 09225109900.
Nowadays with spread of internet and mobile telephony, e-commerce has attracted attention of many and it includes cyber criminals also. The growth of online shopping/online money transfer activities is welcome and the benefit of customers is of immense value. But a few are witnessing some acts of bad elements like non-receipt of goods or receipt of goods with changed specification or of inferior quality etc.
Many online shopping portals have made their online presence recently .The recent trend suggests that this phenomenon is going to stay for long for various inherent advantages available for consumers. Let’s see what those advantages are.
NAGPUR CYBER SECURITY SUMMIT 2014 will be conducted on 20 December 2014 at YCCE Wanadongri Nagpur.Hon.Judge Kishor Jaiswal,Secretary District Legal Service Authority and Mr.Manish Shukla ITS,Addl G.M and Principal RTTC,Nagpur will be guest speakers for inaugural function.The next session will be Cyber Forensics and Emerging Career Opportunities.
NAGPUR CYBER SECURITY SUMMIT 2014
Written by Adv.Mahendra Limaye
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 04:27
Cyber Security awareness in India is at low ebb and this is evident by exponential growth in cyber crime rate. College students are having tremendous talent and potential to provide security solutions but unfortunately their talent is not properly harnessed and channelized.
Cyber Awareness Organisation (CAO) is in its Sixth year of operation and spearheaded by Advocate Mahendra Limaye, A Techno legal professional. CAO has conducted 150+ seminars till date on various topics including Cyber awareness, Cyber security, Cyber Laws, Investigation procedures, Data recovery etc.