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New Vision of Computer Forensic Science: Need of Cyber Crime Law
Pradeep Tomar Research Scholar Department of Computer Science & Applications M.D.University Rohtak Haryana India Balwant Rai Resident (BDS) Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences Rohtak Haryana India Latika Kharb Research Scholar Department of Computer Science & Applications M.D.University Rohtak Haryana India
A Cyber space is a virtual space that has become as important as real space for business, education and politics. The growing danger from crimes committed against computers, or against information on computers, is beginning to claim attention in the India. The digital age has dramatically changed the scope of a crime by adding the electronic component and it comes a new form of science ≴Computer Forensic Science≵. Computer Forensic allows for the evidence of cyber crime to be admissible in court when prosecuting the cyber criminal. In most countries, existing laws are likely to be unenforceable against such crime. Cyber laws, as it stand today, gives rise to both positive & negative consequences. The main negative consequences is the digital soup so vague that many refer to it as the dark sides of technology and that cyber criminal currently have upper hand. The applicability and effectiveness of our existing laws need to be constantly reviewed to face the risk coming from the cyber world. In this paper we are going to firstly describe the computer forensic, cyber crimes, cyber laws of nation & technology challenges. Aim of this paper is to act as a catalyst to raise awareness regarding computer forensic which continues to grow as one of the most important branch of science and help in investigation of cyber crime which continues to grow as one of the most potent threats to the Internet and computer users of the cyber society of 21st century in India.
Keywords: Computer Forensic, cyber crimes, cyber law, Digital age
The Internet Journal of Law, Healthcare and Ethics. 2007. Volume 4 Number 2.
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