Does the Internet defy territorial borders?

Keerthi KasturiLaw

Does the Internet defy territorial borders in cyber space

Cyber space may appear to be the epitome of deterritorialisation at work. It is a virtual environment that is based on the ubiquity principle. It appears everywhere and anywhere, and you cannot contain it. Given that human activity is now … 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

डिजिटल इंडिया मिथक: इन्कॉग्निटो मोड

यश जैनCyber Security

डिजिटल इंडिया मिथक इन्कॉग्निटो मोड

मुझे उम्मीद है की इंटरनेट चलाते हुए आप गोपनीयता और सुरक्षा के लिए कदम उठाते हैं। हमें ये बात भी ध्यान रखना चाहिए कि इंटरनेट पर पूरी तरह से छुपना (या गुमनाम रहना) संभव नहीं है। अधिकांश इंटरनेट यूजर मानते … Read More

Rizwan v. Commissioner of Police

Gitanjali SadanCase Summary

Legal recognition of electronic records under Section 4 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

Rizwan @ Tippu Sattar Pathan v. Commissioner of Police In the High Court of Bombay Cri. WP 2080/2014 Before Justice A.S. Oka and Justice A.S. Chandurkar Decided on July 22, 2014 Relevancy of the case: Legal recognition of electronic records … Read More