CamScanner Android app removed from Play Store, if you have it on phone delete now

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Google Play Store has effectively been getting rid of applications for participating in malevolent conduct running from advertisement misrepresentation to seeding hurtful code. Be that as it may, notwithstanding the cautious methodology, some malware stacked applications are spotted now and again and are booted off the application storehouse in the wake of rounding up a […]

More Privacy Laws or None At All — Google Still Wins

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Anyone who has just a basic knowledge of privacy laws and companies like Google understands that Google runs on people’s data. Each Google user shares their information with the company to then be served very specifically targeted advertisements and to “personalize” their experience. How Does Google Benefit from A Lack of Privacy Laws? Google is […]

The Privacy Panic Over FaceApp

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An app called FaceApp is increasingly viral from the past week in the world.  In terms of downloads, the first place on both the Android Play Store and the Apple App Store is on the top.  The question is still raised on how safe this Russian app is.  FaceApp tells how anyone would look after […]

Tax Issues Relating to E-Commerce

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Business transactions are deemed to be taxed by either direct or indirect depending upon how the order is placed or by the delivery of goods. Due to GST barriers in trade had been minimized by applying a single rate. The concept of “one nation and one tax” has been brought through this concept. Prior to […]

Legality of Bitcoins in India

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Bitcoin is a form e-cash is also known as cryptocurrency. Bitcoin has no central bank or particular administrators who can send the message from user to user on peer-to-peer, which doesn’t require any intermediaries or agents between them. Bitcoin was invented by an unknown person and many are using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. The transactions […]

Internet & Freedom of Expression

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An expression is an act of conveying our own feelings, opinions, and thoughts using words and actions. Article 19 under Indian Constitution protects these rights and says that all citizens shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression, to form unions or associations, move freely throughout the territory of India, or even to […]

Cyber Terrorism

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Terrorism – the application of politically-motivated violence to resist or influence the policies of governing regimes – has been a spectre of organised governments for millennia.[1]  Almost by definition, terrorism is ‘asymmetrical’: the state is always more powerful than the antagonists seeking to undermine it. In employing a technique of changing violent tactics, a less […]

Electronic Evidence And It’s Admissibility In The Court

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Introduction[1] :- ‘Modus Probandi’[2] & ‘Quid Probandum’[3] are underlying Rules with regard to Judicial Evidence. The law governing the principles of Evidence is the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (IEA). It includes all judicial proceedings, includes Courts-Martial not including court martial convened under Naval Act, Army Act or Air Force Act. Evidence is an instrument of […]