LEH, (Ladakh) June. 20: Jammu & Kashmir State Judicial Academy (JKSJA) organized a one-day education program on ‘Cyber Law’ for the Judicial Officers, Public Prosecutors, Prosecuting Officers, Investigating Officers, and Advocates from both Leh and Kargil districts right here at the DC Conference corridor today. Justice Tashi Rabstan, Judge Jammu and Kashmir High Court, who is also the Administrative Judge for Ladakh and Member Governing Committee of State Judicial Academy, inaugurated the program.
The day-long schooling program noticed resource individuals inclusive of Advocate Supreme Court of India and Cyber Law Expert, Dr. Pavan Duggal (through video conference), Associate Professor Law Department Jammu University, Dr. Savita Nayyar, and Faculty, Cyber Crimes, Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI) Chandigarh, Gurcharan Singh, shared their treasured and huge information on the situation with the members. They also shared unique anecdotes from their private enjoyment of cyber regulation.
Principal District and Sessions Judge, Leh, R. S. Jasrotia, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Kargil, Riyaz-ul Haq Mirza, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Leh, Sachin Kumar Vaysha, ASP J&K Police, Leh, Suresh Chib, Secretary District Legal Services Authority, Spalzes Angmo, president District Bar Association, Leh, Mohammed Shafi Lasu, Judicial officers, public prosecutors, prosecuting officials, investigating officials and advocates from both Leh and Kargil districts except contributors of the Bar Association participated inside the workshop.
In his cope with, Justice Tashi Rabstan spoke about the significance of Cyber Law for the judiciary as the coming of cyber space has revolutionized conversation networks; however, with its vulnerability to misuse, the brilliant want to equip ourselves with cyber laws become greater crucial. “We need to take important measures to prevent its misuse, adjust its use, monitoring its operations, and offer right deterrence to prevent recurrence of such offenses,” introduced Justice Rabstan.
As the united states of America are unexpectedly stepping into a generation of digitalization, everything is positioned in the cyber area vis-à-vis communique, banking, training, governance, trade, storage of information, and so on, he said. This intrinsically offers criminals with easy access to penetrate and devote offenses like theft, defamation, forgery, amongst others from the widespread ease of one’s domestic, he introduced.
“Cyber crime can also become a danger to us of a’s safety and monetary fitness, problems surrounding this type of crime have emerged as excessive profile, and there are problems of privacy, wherein non-public statistics is lost or intercepted lawfully or in any other case,” Justice Rabstan stated, adding, to kill this menace, Government has provided you with stringent legal guidelines of e-sports of Information and Technology Act 2000.
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