• Indian Legal Environment for Foreign Companies
    Filiberto Agusti 2. India: India Law Minister Promises Market Entry for Foreign Law Firms. (2007, October). Asialaw,1. Retrieved February 15, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 1377314931) 3. Diljeet Titus (2007, April). India Battles Cyber Crime. Asialaw,1. Retrieved February 15...
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  • Frauds and Ethics
    or money from any federally insured financial institution. It is sometimes considered a white collar crime. The number of bank frauds in India is substantial. It in increasing with the passage of time. All the major operational areas in banking represent a good opportunity for fraudsters with...
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  • Scams in Bank
    . * Bank fraud is a big business in today’s world. * With more educational qualifications, banking becoming impersonal and increase in banking sector have gave rise to this white collar crime. In a survey made till 1997 bank frauds in nationalised banks was of Rs.497.60 crore. * This...
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  • Cyber Security
    IPC sections accounting for more than 89.6 percent. The latest statistics show that cyber crime is actually on the rise. However, it is true that in India, cyber crime is not reported too much about. Consequently there is a false sense of complacency that cyber crime does not exist and that...
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  • Cyberlaw
    AN INTRODUCTION TO CYBER LAWS WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO INDIA Rajkumar S. Adukia B.Com (Hons.), FCA, ACS, AICWA, LLB 098200 61049 rajkumarfca@gmail.com www.carajkumarradukia.com TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introduction Cyber Crimes Electronic Signatures Intellectual Property...
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  • banking ombudsman scheme
     Ombudsmen. What is Banking Ombudsman (BO)? He hears customers’ complaints against banks. BO was first setup in UK. In India, RBI started this scheme in 1995. Appointment & Tenure Earlier RBI used to appoint reputed persons from banking, finance, management, legal etc. sectors as Banking Ombudsmen...
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  • Monel Laundering
    India is not an exception to this. Cyber finance is the growing concept in this developing economy. The speed at which the technology is growing is not matched up with the enforcement agencies, specifically highlighted by the lame situation of cyber crimes. III.F.3. Unawareness about the Problem...
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  • Cybercrime
    private sector to prevent e-crime, through the e-crime and disorder reduction partnership, and through the cyber industrial strategy being developed by the Office of Cyber Security (OCS). * Work internationally: it will maximise collective efforts overseas - from capacity building through to...
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  • Cyber Crime
    | | | | |Some cyber crime cases in India |36 | | | | |Conclusion...
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  • cyber crime
    , organizations and other groups in order to demand immediate and necessary national legislations is vital. - Co-operation between governments and the private sector in combating cyber crime and the need to protect legitimate interests in the use and development of information and communication...
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  • Chapter 3 Literature Review
    financial institutions all over the world. Reserve bank of India has played an important role in implementation of information technology in banking sector. Various researchers have also contributed in this regard. In addition to the work done by various scholars in the area of Information Technology...
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  • Environment Analysis
    . It aims to integrate Banking and finance system catering to all financial requirements of customer‟s. It was formed in 1946 with 22 members. Today Indian Bank‟s Association has more than 159 members comprising of Public Sector Banks, Private Sector Banks, Foreign Banks (having offices in India), and...
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  • Haha
    critical infrastructures. Pro-Beijing Chinese hackers over the past three years have conducted mass cyber protests in response to events such as the 1999 NATO bombing of China’s embassy in Belgrade and the more recent EP-3 incident. c. Industrial Spies and Organized Crime Groups.[18...
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  • Cybercrime and Its Impact in Bangladesh
    person. This was perhaps one of the first reported cases related to cyber crime in India. 10 However this case made the police infamous as to their lack of understanding of the nature of cyber crime. 4.2.5 Intellectual Property crimes / Distribution of pirated software Intellectual...
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  • Syllabus
    Protections | 7 | 4 | Regulation of cyber banking (vis-à-vis money laundering, fraud, tax collection) | 6 | 5 | The Cyber Crimes, Tampering with Computer SourceDocuments | 6 | 6 | Hacking with Computer System | 8 | 7 | Publishing of Information | 5 | 8 | Offences : Breanch of Confidentiality...
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  • Cyber Law India
    Companies (NASSCOM), Dewang Mehta said the lack of uniform laws against cyber crimes involving abuse of computer systems made prosecution of cross-border hackers difficult. ''Hacking is not a universal offence, and there is a problem,'' Mr. Mehta said. Last year, India passed a landmark digital law that...
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  • Cyber Offences Under Information Technology Act, 2000 a Critical Assessment
    proliferation of the medium has made tremendous impact in the way people gather information and communicate. Remarkable achievements in the Information Technology sector is really a matter of pride to India but the associated problem that is causing serious concern is the rapid raise in cyber crimes. With...
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  • cyber crime
    another person. This is done by gaining access to the login ID and the password. E.g. Colonel Bajwa’s case- the Internet hours were used up by any other person. This was perhaps one of the first reported cases related to cyber crime in India. However this case made the police infamous as to their lack of...
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  • global criminology
    January 15–17, 2011, at the Hotel Jaipur Greens in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Among the books he has written/(co) edited are: Cyber Crime and the Victimization of Women: Laws, Rights and Regulations (IGI Global, July 2011), Cyber Criminology: Exploring Internet Crimes and Criminal Behavior (CRC...
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  • Research Study Paper
    higher-secondary schools. These classes help in providing basic banking concepts to school children.”  “Taking a cue from the Reserve Bank of India, which has emphasised the need to impart financial awareness among school children, we now conduct financial education programmes through workshops in...
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