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Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
Role of youth in cyber law
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Role of youth in cyber law

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Presentation by Rajan Raj Pant, Controller, Office of Controller of Certification, at "Braindigit 9th National ICT Conference 2013" organized by Information Technology Society, Nepal at Alpha House, …

Presentation by Rajan Raj Pant, Controller, Office of Controller of Certification, at "Braindigit 9th National ICT Conference 2013" organized by Information Technology Society, Nepal at Alpha House, Kathmandu, Nepal on 26th January, 2013

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  • 1. Rajan R. Pant
  • 2. The New Wild Wild West More cyber criminals than cyber cops Criminals feel “safe” committing crimes from the privacy of their own homes Brand new challenges facing law enforcement  Most not trained in the technologies  Internet crimes span multiple jurisdictions  Need to retrofit new crimes to existing laws
  • 3. Computer Crime Computer used to commit a crime  Child porn, threatening email, assuming someone’s identity, sexual harassment, defamation, spa m, phishing Computer as a target of a crime  Viruses, worms, industrial espionage, software piracy, hacking E-Commerce Network - Suzanne Mello - Nov 5 2004
  • 4. CYBER CRIMES CYBER CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS eg ‘melissa’and ‘lovebug’ virus CYBER CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY eg computer vandalism CYBER CRIMES AGAINST GOVERNMENT eg ‘Al-Qaeda’
  • 5. Background GROWTH OF CYBER SPACE ONSET OF INTERNET CYBER LAW OR LAW OF INTERNET
  • 6. NEED FOR CYBER LAWS TACKLING CYBER CRIMES Electronic Transaction Act INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND COPYRIGHTS PROTECTION ACT
  • 7. CRIME THROUGH ORKUT Koushambi ,24-year old software professional working for TCS was brutally killed by Manish Thakur, in a hotel room at Andheri.
  • 8.  Youth are back bone to the nation. We must motivate our youth. We must teach responsibility and goal setting.
  • 9.  Youth can educate Youth movement for secured Internet Youth can write article in news paper or magazine Youth can have new idea Youth can do the technological research Youth can find the new idea and popularize it. And so many things… youth can do

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