Indian It Act 2000

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Information Technology Act 2000

Submitted To:
Mr. Anant Amdekar

Submitted By:
Abhimanyu Mundra
Bhavana Lohia
Geetesh Thakur
Himanshu Shah
Jugal Shah
Keshwanand Pandey
Kirti Shahu
Table of Content

|Sr. No. |Particulars |Page No. | |1 |Introduction of Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act) |3 | |2 |Advantages of IT Act |5 | |3 |Shortcomings of IT Act |6 | |4 |NASSCOM’s Contribution to IT in India |7 | |5 |Introduction to Cyber Crime |10 | |6 |Defining Cyber Crime |13 | |7 |Types of Cyber Crime |14 | |8 |Cyber Crime Statistics of India |21 | |9 |Types of Cyber Criminals |22 | |10 |Some of important Definition |23 | |11 |Writing requirements |24 | |12 |Penalties for Computer Crimes |24 | |13 |Police Powers |25 | |14 |Digital Signature |26 | |15 |Possible use of E-Governance |28 | |16 |MCA21 project under E-Governance |29 | |17 |Contribution of Information Technology in Banking Sector |33 | |18 |Comparison between India & China |36 | |19 |Some Indian Case Studies |40 | |20 |Conclusion |46 | |21 |Suggestion |48 | |22 |Bibliography |49 | Information Technology Act 2000

Connectivity via the Internet has greatly abridged geographical distances and made communication even more rapid. While activities in this limitless new universe are increasing incessantly, laws must be formulated to monitor these activities. Some countries have been rather vigilant and formed some laws governing the net. In order to keep pace with the changing generation, the Indian Parliament passed the much-awaited Information Technology Act, 2000 .As they say, "It’s better late than never"....
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