Cyber law of India was enacted in the year 2000 in the form of information technology act, 2000 (IT Act 2000). Although it was amended in the year 2008 yet that amendment has brought more problems than solution. Experts have been demanding that cyber law of India must be repealed.
One of the biggest lacunas of the IT Act 2000 is that it lacks the deterrent effect that a cyber crime law is supposed to possess. Under the IT Act 2000 almost all the cyber crimes have been made bailable. This means that even if a person is arrested for a bailable cyber crime in India, he would be released on bail as a matter of right.
Now think about a scenario. A person is well aware that even if he caught after committing the cyber crime he would not remain in jail. There is nothing that would prevent such a person from openly and repeatedly committing various cyber crimes in India.
Further, the cyber law awareness in India is still trying to catch up with the tech savvy cyber criminals. There are very few cyber law firms in India that can manage the cyber crimes related cases in India. Lack of cyber law trainings and skills development is also hindering cyber crimes investigation in India.
On the other hand, cyber criminals are continuously updating their cyber skills and knowledge. They are also exploring new methods to facilitate and run their illegal businesses. They are also exploring the e-commerce route in India that is largely unregulated and a free for all zone in India.
The law enforcement agencies of India need cyber law training. At Perry4Law Organisation and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) we have been providing cyber crimes investigation trainings in India and abroad. We have been managing the exclusive techno legal cyber and hi-tech crimes investigation and training centre (CHCIT) of India. We are also providing continuing cyber law education in India and online cyber law courses in India.
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