CYBER LAW...Ominous as that sounds, even right now you're probably saying to yourself, "How does that affect me? I'm no criminal!" Right? So, here's a quick rundown of how cyber law affects your world; the ordinary, day-to-day things you do.
- Your sensitive personal information stored by the Aadhar computers and even your doctor, bank and insurance company.
- The millions of cyber attacks targeting you, your company and your country.
- E-mails, SMS and whatsapp messages you send and receive.
- Mobile wallets, online banking and other electronic payment systems you use.
- Music, movies and software you download from the Internet.
- E-commerce apps and sites you use for online shopping.
- Smartphones, WiFi, 3D printing and wearable technology you use.
- Online tax filing and share trading you do.
- Social networks and rating & review platforms you use.
- Your right to be forgotten by search engines and social networks.
- E-tenders, E-courts, E-governance, Electronic contracts.
- Digital Evidence that relates to cases from divorce to ransomware.
- Open source technologies and software licensing issues.
- The regulatory filing that companies do.
- Standards for security and incident response that companies use.
- Information Technology Law Compliance that is essential for companies.
- Stock images, photos, videos and audio.
- Torrent, p2p and file-sharing platforms.
- Internet of Things.
So, there you go. Just a few things affected by cyber law.
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