Darknet & Law
Darknet or Dark Web is a concrete reality today, a new paradigm which promises to irreversibly change the game of the Internet. Darknet brings alongwith it various complicated legal, policy and regulatory challenges. Lot of these legal challenges are beginning to emerge, at the time of writing.
This eBook “Darknet and Law” seeks to understand, dissect and analyze the various complex legal, policy and regulatory nuances that Darknet or Dark Web brings forward in today’s context. These compelling legalities and connected nuances require appropriate responses by relevant stakeholders. Darknet Law is an emerging jurisprudential subject which is likely to comprehensively develop in the coming few years.
This eBook should be of value to all stakeholders who are connected or associated with Darknet or who want to learn about the complex legalities and nuances pertaining to Darknet or Dark Web.
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Electronic Interception Law In India
Today Internet and electronic technologies have made it possible to access communication at one’s own convenience. The innovation of electronic devices in the market has further spoiled the consumers for choice. While communication is becoming ubiquitous, it is also pertinent to note that misuse of communication facilities is happening at very frequent levels. In case, terrorists and cyber criminals are now increasingly misusing the technologies in innovative ways so as to give effect to their illegal designs. Given the advent of electronic devices, mobile phones, social media and VoIP, interception has become even more relevant.
As such, for protection and preservation of their sovereign interests, nations are relying upon interception as a means to have advanced knowledge of potential wrong doings. Interception is today an important weapon in the arsenal of every sovereign nation.
In India, the law pertaining to interception has now been more elaborately developed. Earlier, in India, telephones were intercepted under the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885. The advent of Information Technology Act, 2000, provides the powers of interception of electronic communications to Government of India. These powers have been more elaborately dealt with by the Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008.
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