IT And Cyber Law IT And Cyber Law

IT And Cyber LawIT And Cyber Law

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Cyberlaw (also referred to as cyberlaw) is a term used to describe the legal issues related to use of communications technology, i.e. the Internet. Cyberlaw can also be described as that branch of law that deals with legal issues related to using of inter-networked information technology. In short, cyber law is the law governing computers and the internet.

IT Act 2000

  • Enacted on - 9 June 2000
  • Came into force on - 17 October 2000
  • 13 chapters, 94 sections, 4 schedules
  • President – KR Narayanan, PM - AB Vajpayee

IT Act 2008 (Amendment)

  • Enacted on - 23 December 2008
  • Came into force on - 27 October 2009
  • 14 chapters, 124 sections (now 119), 2 schedules

Important Sections

Section 43 Virus attacks/cause damage to computer
Section 499 Sending defamatory messages
Section 503 Sending threatening messages (cyberstalking)
Section 65 tampering with computer source documents
Section 66 Hacking
Section 66A Sending offensive messages
Section 66B Receiving stolen computers/resources
Section 66C Identity theft
Section 66D Cheating by personation
Section 66E violation of privacy (eg:publishing private images)
Section 66F Cyber terrorism (imprisonment of life)
Section 67 Publishing/transmitting Obscene material
Section 67A Cyber pornography
Section 67B Child pornography

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Chemicals Production Method .
അമോണിയ ഹേബർപ്രക്രിയ .
കലോറിൻ ഡിക്കൻസ് പ്രക്രിയ .
ടൈറ്റാനിയം ക്രോൾ പ്രക്രിയ; ഹണ്ടർ പ്രക്രിയ .
നിക്കൽ മോൻഡ്‌ പ്രക്രിയ .
നൈട്രിക്കാസിഡ് ഓസ്റ്റ് വാൾഡ് പ്രക്രിയ .
സറ്റീൽ ബെസിമർ പ്രക്രിയ .
സൾഫ്യൂരിക് ആസിഡ് സമ്പർക്ക പ്രക്രിയ .
ഹൈഡ്രജൻ ബോഷ് പ്രക്രിയ .

Substance Alkaloids .
ഇഞ്ചി ജിഞ്ചറിന് .
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Most Commonly Used Banking Terms.


Bank Rate : It is the rate of interest charged by a central bank to commercial banks on the advances and the loans it extends.
Bouncing of a cheque : When an account has insufficient funds the cheque is not payable and is returned by the bank for a reason "Exceeds arrangement" or "funds insufficient".
CRR (Cash Reverse Ratio) :   The amount of funds that a bank keep with the RBI. If the percentage of CRR increases then the amount with the bank comes down.
Cheque : It is written by an individual to transfer amount between two accounts of the same bank or a different bank and the money is withdrawn from the account.
Core Banking Solutions (CBS) : In this, all the branches of the bank are connected together and the customer can access his/her funds or transactions from any other branch.
Debit Card : This is a card issued by the bank so the customers can withdraw their money from their account electronically.
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ഇന്ത്യയിലെ തപാൽ സംവിധാനം ( Postal System in India ) : Postal Index Number (PIN) / PIN Code


     Postal Index Number (PIN) / PIN Code is a 6 digit code of Post Office numbering used by India Post. The PIN Code system in India was introduced on 15 August 1972 by Shriram Bhikaji Velankar. The system was introduced to simplify the manual sorting and delivery of mail by eliminating confusion over incorrect addresses, similar place names and different languages. .

    There are 9 PIN regions in the country. The first 8 are geographical regions and the digit 9 is reserved for the Army Postal Service. The first digit indicates one of the regions. The first 2 digits together indicate the sub region or one of the postal circles. The first 3 digits together indicate a sorting district. The last 3 digits refer to the delivery Post Office. .

PIN zones cover the Indian states and union territories: .

1 - Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Chandigarh.