SSF organised a workshop on ‘Important Trends & Developments in Cyber Law’ in collaboration with New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune on January 10. The workshop was attended by lawyers, judges, police officers, academicians and law students in large numbers.
Supreme Court lawyer Pawan Duggal said, ’’The increasing number of mobile Internet users has brought about complicated legal issues. The year 2014 recorded an all-time high number of cyber crimes instances and in 2015 there would be a further spike in number of cases.”
Tahseen Ahmed Khan, Controller of Certifying Authorities, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Government of India, however, reposed trust in digital technology despite all the threats. “Government is working towards ‘Digital India’ for effective governance. Soon, all information about a person may it be his address proof, identity proof, birth certificate, etc, all authentic documents would be available online,” Khan said.