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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAW IN INDIA

 
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  Evolution of the Information Technology Law in India

Information technology (IT) is the new age methodology of using computers and the internet to store, retrieve, transmit, and manipulate data, or information, often in the context of a business or other enterprises. IT is considered a subset of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

The 21st century saw a technological revolution which enthralled not only India but the entire world. The use of computers is not limited to established institutions or organizations, but available to every individual at the swipe of a finger. Information technology has eased out almost every humanized action. The unparalleled use of internet in our day-to day lives also led to commencement of misuse of internet like data theft, illegal personation, interference with privacy, cybercrimes, etc., which necessitated the introduction of an Act which protected internet users and the public from the misuse of technology.
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