The Big Picture – The Big Picture – New cyber law: A wishlist



Guests: Virag Gupta, Cyber Law Expert // Advocate, Supreme Court; Satya Prakash, Legal Editor, The Tribune; J Sai Deepak, Advocate, Delhi High Court

Anchor: Frank Rausan Pereira

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19 thoughts on “The Big Picture – The Big Picture – New cyber law: A wishlist

  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    As more and more digitalisation(of our life-style) is taking place, and will further increase, I guess the Cyber aspect must be viewed holistically. I guess there must be a parliamentary committee which must also invite other experts from various different fields, on a regular basis, to keep the law makers, enforcers and the interpreters updated. Further, discussions must be made with regard to the different legislations and rules, which may have the tendency to provide loop-holes, at present and in the near future. The technology companies, who focus a lot on innovation, market power and remaining the incumbent players, are least bothered about the cyber security threats of the consumers and the nation. Hence the law must make it binding on those companies to provide the adequate safety levels.

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    New Cyber Law: A Wishlist
    Inter Ministerial Committee
    Virag Gupta
    Many stakes on regulation
    Changes in law
    How to enforce law with Tech Companies
    Non applicability and non enforcement of existing laws
    66A struck down
    Holistic approach
    Technology companies flaunting laws
    EU strict laws
    Indian missile program data

    Satyaprakash TT
    Push towards digitisation
    Electronic transaction on rise
    Gap between technology and law
    Bridge it fast
    While drafting apply mind
    Substantial discussion in parliament
    2008 law due to UN pressure
    Update law and cyber crime
    Blocking rape videos
    Vetting by Law Commission
    Design which can be understood by common man
    Students in school awareness of cyberspace
    IT intermediary role and grievances mechanism

    Deepak Sai
    Feedback from industry
    IT act aspects
    Law enforcement
    Capacity building important part
    Revisit legislation
    Reaction should not framework for law
    Address cyber crimes in general and holisticallyCourt of first instance
    Training and capacity building of police and judicial officers i

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Speedy permission by parliament
    Gap between tech and laws
    Challenge
    Feedback mechanism
    Law enforcement
    Capacity building
    Lack of professional
    Awareness
    Judiciary (special court) Integrated mechanism for bank fraudulent
    Relevant changes in existing laws of SEBI,RBI , BANKING REGULATIONS ACT….IPC AND CRPC,TRAI
    Holistic approach
    IT ACT 2000 BECAUSE OF
    UN NOT BY OUR SINCERITY
    COOPERATION WITH
    GOOGLE, TWITTER, WHATSAPP, FACEBOOK,….Proper inputs from industry as well
    Limitations of proposed Bill
    Various Interpretation of law by SC AND HC and police department
    Focus both on civil and criminal crime
    Cooperation with global agencies

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Law failing to catch up with technology…..While technology ichanges n a matter of days it takes time for law to change

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Very interesting and insightful. This is how debate should be conducted.

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    This is what expecting from RSTV. Eminent panel-great discussion.

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Trying to solve global problem with a domestic act is just waste of time in pursuit of a goal which with out global partnership couldn't be achieved.

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    summary

    1.legal policy making & law enforcement challenges , both will constantly lag technology,capacity buliding reqd

    2.weak legal framework, lack of substantive discussions on it cyber laws in parliament & at policy level badly drafted law likely to be struck down ,.

    3.long term strategy required, confusion on application of existing laws like data protection (consumer) ,censorship.

    4.with increasing digitising exponential rise in vulnerability, rise in financial crimes. aadhar safety , increase awarenees on risks in the cyber world

    5. data ownership issues most companies store indian data outside india , thus evading responsibility & lack of cooperation from tech companies. (US , EU have strict provisions on this) {in 1 judgement court has directed companies to appoint grievance officer}

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Sai Deepak and Viraag Gupta made some very good points…

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Sai deepak is a well resourced person and grt intellectul….luv u to see u in future discussn…RSTV pls invite such type of personale…tq rstv!!

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Thanks for this discussion… it's very materialistic approach in respect of cyber security in India.

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  • September 29, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Gap between IT laws and fast growing technology is a very valid point.

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