A Beginner’s Guide to Cyber Terrorism in India

Yoshita PhaphatLaw

A Beginner's Guide to Cyber Terrorism in India

According to the Global Risks Report 2021, the failure of cyber security will be one of humanity’s most significant concerns in the coming decade. With a sizeable internet population, India has confronted significant cyber terrorism challenges in the last few … Read More

Copyright over Music in Short Videos

Pragya AgrawalLaw

Copyright over Music in Short Videos

I am sure you have already seen a few Instagram reels today. With the introduction of short videos on practically every platform, people no longer associate them with just TikToks. They are getting more popular and common. These short videos … Read More

Shailendra Bias v. State of Haryana

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Bail application in a case of data theft and criminal breach of trust

Shailendra Bias v. State of Haryana In the High Court of Punjab & Haryana CRM-M 2326/2015 Before Justice A.B. Chaudhari Decided on May 4, 2017 Relevancy of the case: Bail application in a case of data theft and criminal breach … Read More

Prasad MS v. State of Karnataka

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Quashing of proceedings and FIR in a case involving the hacking of Income Tax records

Prasad MS v. State of Karnataka In the High Court of Karnataka Crl. P. 2693/2019 Before Justice HP Sandesh Decided on January 12, 2021 Relevancy of the case: Quashing of proceedings and FIR in a case involving the hacking of … Read More

Madhusudan Rao Badipetla v. State of Karnataka

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Bail application for deceitfully obtaining sale deeds for apartments

Madhusudan Rao Badipetla v. State of Karnataka In the High Court of Karnataka Cr. P. 3675/2021 Before Justice BM Shyam Prasad Decided on May 19, 2021 Relevancy of the case: Bail application for deceitfully obtaining sale deeds for apartments Statues … Read More

Sudesh Kumar Rai v. State of Chhattisgarh

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Revision petition in a case involving the issuance of fake Ration Cards

Sudesh Kumar Rai v. State of Chhattisgarh In the High Court of Chhattisgarh Cr.R. 31/2021 Before Justice Rajendra Chandra Singh Samant Decided on June 16, 2021 Relevancy of the case: Revision petition in a case involving the issuance of fake … Read More

Irfan v. State of Madhya Pradesh

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Bail application in a case involving allegations of rape and recording the act on the pretext of marriage

Irfan v. State of Madhya Pradesh In the High Court of Madhya Pradesh MCRC 25211/2021 Before Justice Shailendra Shukla Decided on July 05, 2021 Relevancy of the Case: Bail application in a case involving allegations of rape and recording the … Read More

Archana v. State of West Bengal

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Quashing of FIR under Section 482 for abusing the process of law

Dr Archana v. State of West Bengal In the High Court of Calcutta CRR 1232/2019 Before Justice Shivakant Prasad Decided on March 18, 2021 Relevancy of the Case: Quashing of FIR under Section 482 for abusing the process of law … Read More

How does identity theft affect your employment?

Gitanjali SadanLaw

How does identity theft affect your employment

Identity theft has become common among us and is on the rise. Identity theft occurs when an individual steals your personal information for getting benefits such as insurance and employment in your name. Hackers deceitfully access information to steal the … Read More

Navaz Shariff v. State of Karnataka

Gitanjali SadanCase Summary

Bail application in a case involving fabrication and using fake cards

Navaz Shariff v. State of Karnataka In the High Court of Karnataka Crl. P. 6961/2017 Before Justice Rathnakala Decided on October 07, 2017 Relevancy of the case: Bail application in a case involving fabrication and using fake cards Statutes and … Read More

Residential CCTV and Neighbours’ Privacy Invasion

TannviLaw

Residential CCTV and Neighbours' Privacy Invasion

The notion behind privacy is that a person should have the right to claim sovereignty over oneself. The idea for this is that the inherent value of an individual allows them to exercise privacy. Thus, such a claim must be … Read More