Objectives Of The Amendment In Information Technology Act 2000


Objectives Of The Amendment In Information Technology Act 2000

While information technology act 2000 has become a necessity in the country and its provisions and regulations were helping a lot in controlling the issues and crimes in the industry of information technology but there are various types of new crime and issues in this segment wherein the information technology act 2000 has no say and therefore to overcome those challenges amendment has been done in the information technology act 2000.

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Major objectives for amendment in information technology act 2000:-

  • We know the fact that need for information technology act 2000 came when there was services like e-commerce, e-transactions, e-governance has take a rapid growth in the country but the proliferation of these services include many more hurdles which were not covered in the information technology act 2000 and therefore, to see the issue with respect to critical information infrastructure and for the sake of its protection it was important to make amendment in the information technology act 2000.
  • We know how internet has impacted our life both in good and bad manner and therefore with the more use of information technology it has bought up new type of crimes such as publishing of sexual content which is offensive and malicious crime, publishing of false information, fraud in bank account and therefore, this make it necessary to make vein amendment in the information technology act with respect to adding indian penal code, indian evidence act in regulation with information technology act.
  • The United nation commission on international trade law has adopted model law on electronic signatures in the year 2001 and proposed the same for all the states. Our information technology act 2000 only has regulations and provisions with respect to digital signature and therefore, in order to make updates in it along with electronic signature it was a mandatory thing which needed to be processed and therefore, amendment has been made in information technology act 2000.
  • There were certain things wherein there was not much clarity and in order to provide better clarity to the service providers with respect to permission taken by central and state government the amendment has been done. Now, the service providers must be authorized by either the central or state government to maintain, set-up and upgrade the facilities and work related to the information technology segment.

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