A Look into Cybercrime

Cybercrime is outlined as any felony act involving computer systems, community infrastructures, and/or communication units. In the early years of conception, cybercrime was not as extensive unfold as it’s as we speak. It was often dedicated by a rogue particular person or a small group of people simply trying to snoop round some firm or…

Governor Sathasivam for modernising legal system

It is time for the legal system of the country to be equipped to tackle the changing nature of crime, Governor P. Sathasivam has said. He was delivering the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s first N.A. Palkhivala law lecture series started by the N.A. Palkhivala Academy for Advanced Legal Studies and Research on the Bhavan’s campus at…

Emerging global cyberlaw trends in 2014

Globally, the year 2014 was a year that was dedicated to cybercrimes and hacking. In fact, cybercrime as a phenomenon loomed large and predominant on the firmament of cyberspace landscape. Looking at the predominant events that happened in 2014 across the world, one gets an intrinsic feeling that the year 2014 was a year to remind the…

Five corporation schools get digital classrooms

Curious students at a city corporation school peek into the newly constructed digital lab, excited about the prospect of working on computers. A digital e-learning lab with laptops, interactive LCD screen, projector and internet connection, which was until now a luxury that could be afforded only by private schools, has been established at five corporation…

‘Indian thought is very hospitable for human rights’

The 89th edition of the Indian Philosophical Congress (IPC) was inaugurated at the newly-constructed Adikavi Nannaya University campus, Velugubanda village on the outskirts of Rajahmundry. About 150 philosophers, scholars, teachers and students from across the country are participating in the conference to exchange views on history of philosophy, logic and scientific method, metaphysics and epistemology,…