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IT Act

The information technology act ( IT ACT) came in to effect on

Explanation : 17th Oct 2000

The Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act) is the primary law in India for matters related to cybercrime and e-commerce. The act was enacted by the Indian Parliament in July 2000 and came into action in 17th Oct 2000.

The act has several objectives, including:

  • Giving legal sanction to electronic commerce and electronic transactions
  • Enabling e-governance
  • Preventing cybercrime
  • Defining cyber crimes and prescribing penalties for them
  • Providing a legal framework for electronic governance by giving recognition to electronic records and digital signatures
  • Restricting cybercrime across e-commerce sites that operate throughout the country

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