How can we build digitally inclusive communities?

Saishya DuggalLaw

How can we build digitally inclusive communities?

Being relegated to the peripherals is a characteristic of exclusivity. If inclusivity is to be genuinely practised, marginalised communities need to be propelled to the centre of the conversation. I lament the lack of digital inclusion of some of India’s … Read More

The Quest for a Universal Regulation on Cyber Crime

Pallavi SinghLaw

The Quest for a Universal Regulation on Cyber Crime

The twentieth century has introduced some of the greatest inventions humankind has seen. The internet is one such invention. There is barely any area untouched by its very presence in our daily lives. Due to its intangible and boundaryless nature, … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Space Transition Theory

Pallavi SinghLaw

Space Transition Theory explains the nature & behaviour leading to commission of cyber crime with time, space and circumstances as catalysts.

The nature of cyber crimes evolves rapidly in line with technological developments. To understand why cyber crimes happen, various cyber criminology theories have attempted to explain this. These theories seek to diagnose the minuscule reason leading to the occurrence of … Read More

Sanal v. State of Kerala

Manvi MittalCase Summary

Bail application for non-consensual recording of private photos and videos using a pen camera

Sanal v. State of Kerala In the High Court of Kerala B.A. 47/2023 Before Justice B.K. Thomas Decided on January 11, 2023 Relevancy of the Case: Bail application for non-consensual recording of private photos and videos using a pen camera … Read More

Shahjahan J. v. State of Kerala

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Bail application in a case involving trespass into the complainant's house and taking photos through the bathroom's ventilator

Shahjahan J. v. State of Kerala In the High Court of Kerala B.A. 4872/2022 Before Justice B.K. Thomas Decided on July 06, 2022 Relevancy of the Case: Bail application in a case involving trespass into the complainant’s house and taking … Read More

Rajan Dattatray Bidaye v. State of Maharashtra

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Anticipatory bail application in a case involving the transfer of a company's confidential data using a pendrive

Rajan Dattatray Bidaye v. State of Maharashtra In the High Court of Bombay A.B.A. 1499/2018 Before Justice Anuja Prabhudessai Decided on April 04, 2022 Relevancy of the case: Anticipatory bail application in a case involving the transfer of a company’s … Read More

डिजिटल इंडिया मिथक: लम्बा पासवर्ड = सुरक्षित अकाउंट

यश जैनCyber Security

डिजिटल इंडिया मिथक: लम्बा पासवर्ड = सुरक्षित अकाउंट

जहां बाकी दुनिया टू और थ्री फैक्टर ऑथेंटिकेशन अपना रही है, वही भारत में अधिकांश इंटरनेट यूज़र्स ने पासवर्ड का सही से उपयोग शुरू ही किया हैं। हालाँकि आपकी ऑनलाइन सुरक्षा के लिए सिर्फ पासवर्ड रखना काफी नहीं है। पिछले … Read More