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OFFENCES RELATED TO COMPUTER IN INDIA

 
COMPETITION LAW
LAW RELATING TO START UPS
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Information Technology Act, 2000
Definitions under IT Act, 2000
Cyber Crime and IT Act, 2000
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Online Obscenity and Online Defamation under the IT Act, 2000
Cyber Terrorism under the IT Act, 2000
Offences against Children under the IT Act, 2000
Victim of a cyber-crime
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  Section 66 of the IT Act deals with offences related to computer including hacking which is accessing of a computer system without the express or implied permission of the owner of that computer system. Hacking is an intentional and coordinated activity. In this process, first a target is identified; its securities features are studied; tools are developed to gain unauthorized access and impair the normal functioning of a computer or computer system. Hacking is computer trespass. Any person with the intention to cause wrongful loss or damage to any person or property destroys or deletes any important information or deplete its value to hurt another is committing hacking. The punishment for hacking according to the act is imprisonment for a term of 3 years or fine of 5 lakh rupees or both.

Illustration:
  1. Unauthorized input or alteration of inputs.
  2. Destruction/suppression/misappropriation of output from a computer process
  3. Alteration or misuse of programs.
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