JUDICIAL ENDEAVOUR ON JURISDICTION OF CYBER CRIME (2020)
SHWETANK AVIKAL JCR. 2020: 1813-1822
Defining cyber jurisdiction in a dispute involving many nations is complicated by the breadth of cyber law. Further complicating matters is the fact that a website, app, product, or material may be lawful in one jurisdiction but unlawful in another, and that the persons involved may or may not be residents of either nation. The study aims to analyze the first international convention to deal with the problem of cybercrime as well as several significant ideas of jurisdiction. Issues Facing the Courts, sentencing by the Judiciary, Trends in Indian Law, Due to the gravity of the societal impact of crime, judges weighing jurisdictional issues cannot afford to ignore them. As a result, the decisions of the courts play a crucial role in determining the best course of action going forward in such situations of comparison.
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