Media Coverage of Round Table

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The India Today has quoted the eminent cyber law expert Pavan Duggal and Organiser of Round Table on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cyber Security in this report as under:-

“It is difficult to prove and catch an accused on the basis of electronic evidence. This is the key thrust area and a major challenge in cyber law. Expressing concern over growing instances of cyber crime, he said with vast accessibility of the Internet, criminals have gone a step ahead and cyber crime has emerged as a major challenge. Read More

 The Times of India in this report, has excerpted Supreme Court advocate Pavan Duggal and Organiser of Round Table on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cyber Security as under:-

“Today, a lot of work in personal, professional, social and governance space is being done on the internet. Therefore, there is a need to look at the issues in cyber space. It is here that issues like cyber law, cybercrime and cybersecurity come in.

We quickly need to put legal framework to check this before it happens. Unfortunately, we do not have it. We have a provision but it is not completely effective

We need cyber laws to give companies power to fight these attacks. People will start getting confidence into your ecosystem once they realise their is a legal framework in place which actually allows state to prosecute cybercriminals effectively”

The participants of the roundtable also raised concerns on issues related to cybercrime, including increasing child porn, sexting, sex trafficking, cyber bullying/trolling and violence against women. Read More

  

The Statesman has quoted the eminent cyber law expert Pavan Duggal and Supreme Court advocate , organizer and moderator of Round Table on Cyber Law, Cyber Crime and Cyber Security, in this report as under:-

“Today, a lot of work in personal, professional, social and governance space is being done on the internet. Therefore, there is a need to look at the issues in cyber space. It is here that issues like cyber law, cyber crime and cyber security come in.  Everybody is vulnerable. It is given that you will be attacked, and the bigger issue is not that you should be attacked or not, it is once you are attacked, how quickly are you able to come back to normalcy.” Read More

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