Cyber Law

ICT Media    10-Aug-2020
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Cyber Law
 The world, which is running on Internet, where everyone has easy access to what’s happening around the globe is eventually at risk. The rate of cyber-crime is increasing as every second person has the internet in their hand. Information technology law which is frequently known as cyberlaw, concerns the law of technology, including the use of computers and the internet. Cyber law encompasses aspects of the contract, intellectual property, and privacy and data protection laws. Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is free expression in all media; People can share their opinion and can express their views. Cyber law encompasses laws relating to Electronic and Digital Signatures, Intellectual Property, Data Protection, and Privacy. Misuse of freedom to express is not new whether on the internet or subconsciously in person. Hacking is one of the most dangerous tools to perform the crime, social accounts, email accounts, and bank accounts can be easily hacked, if the password is weak it’s trouble-free for the hacker.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mass.Comm Student 
                                                                                                                                                         Gayatri Deshmukh