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CYBER CRIME, LAW AND ETHICS

Cyber Crime / Computer Crime Cyber crime also known as Computer crime is criminal activity done using computers and the Internet. The most prominent form of cyber crime is identity thief, in which criminals use the Internet to steal personal information from other users. Two of the most common ways to do such crimes are phishing and pharming. Both of these methods attracts users to fake websites, where they are asked to enter personal information. This includes login information, such as usernames and passwords, phone numbers, addresses, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, and other information criminals can use to “steal” another person’s identity. Using illegally obtained data, the criminal can open accounts, tires are wide range of goods and services, and then abandon the accounts. This leaves the victim in the position of having to deal with huge debts that he or she cannot generate. Cybercrime also includes non-monetary offenses, such as creating and distributing viruses on…

Cyber Law and Computer Ethics

Cyber LawIn order to maintain harmony and co-existence of people in cyberspace, there is a need for a legal regime called as Cyber Law. Cyber Law is a term used to describe the legal issues related to the information technology, particularly Cyberspace. The growth of Cyberspace has resulted in the development of a new and highly specialized branch of law called cyber laws. Cyber Laws are the basic laws of a society and hence have implications on every aspect of the Cyber Society such as Governance, Business, Crimes, Entertainment, Information Delivery, Education etc. 
The Cyber Law includes rules and regulations established to govern, prevent and resolve disputes that arise from the use of computers and the Internet. Cyber Law includes an ample variety of political and legal issues related to the Internet and other communication technology, intellectual property, privacy, freedom of expression and public access to information. Proper cyber law must govern all the cyber activities.
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Cyber Law and Cyber Law Of Nepal

Cyber Law In order to maintain harmony and co-existence of people in cyberspace, there is a need for a legal regime called as Cyber Law. Cyber Law is a term used to describe the legal issues related to the information technology, particularly Cyberspace. The growth of Cyberspace has resulted in the development of a new and highly specialized branch of law called cyber laws. Cyber Laws are the basic laws of a society and hence have implications on every aspect of the Cyber Society such as Governance, Business, Crimes, Entertainment, Information Delivery, Education etc.
The Cyber Law includes rules and regulations established to govern, prevent and resolve disputes that arise from the use of computers and the Internet. Cyber Law includes an ample variety of political and legal issues related to the Internet and other communication technology, intellectual property, privacy, freedom of expression and public access to information. Proper cyber law must govern all the cyber activities.
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