Monthly Archives: March 2015

Online Petition And Survey By CCICI Regarding Cyber Law Due Diligence In India

Interpretation and analysis of the judgment of Supreme Court of India in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India (24th March 2015), Writ Petition (Criminal) No.167 Of 2012 (PDF) has already been started by various cyber law stakeholders of India. Most … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Erred In Reading Down Section 79(3)(b) And Rule 3(4): Praveen Dalal

The judgment of Shreya Singhal v. Union of India (24th March 2015), Writ Petition (Criminal) No.167 Of 2012 (PDF) is not just about Section 66A but many other sections and rules as well. For instance, Section 79 of IT Act … Continue reading

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Modi Government Must Urgently Bring Suitable Amendments In The IT Act 2000: Praveen Dalal

Recently the Supreme Court of India delivered a judgment for the case named Shreya Singhal v. Union Of India (24th March 2015), Writ Petition (Criminal) No.167 Of 2012 (PDF). This is a significant case as it covers many crucial aspects … Continue reading

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Supreme Court’s Judgment On Section 66A Is A Big Blow For Cyber Law Due Diligence In India: Praveen Dalal

Many have rejoiced the recent judgment of Supreme Court of India titled Shreya Singhal v. Union Of India (24th March 2015), Writ Petition (Criminal) No.167 Of 2012 (PDF). However, on a closer look it is clear that while solving the … Continue reading

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It Took India Almost 10 Years To Realise That Women Empowerment Is Possible Through ICT

The year was 2006 when Praveen Dalal suggested the use of ICT for Women Empowerment in India (PDF). However, it took almost 10 years for India to realise that women empowerment is possible though ICT. Narendra Modi government has finally … Continue reading

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