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In this video, IndiCyberLaw, a team of lawyers from across the country, explain the process of seeking and obtaining a cyber-custody order.
The video goes into great detail about what to expect from you in seeking a cyber-court order and how to go about it. They also touch on the different types of custody orders you may be entitled to.
In all likelihood, the law in India is much different than the US and other Western countries. In India, it is much easier to obtain a cyber-court order, especially if you are Indian. But it’s still very important to understand the process.
India is a country that is extremely connected with the internet. It’s a country that has a lot of big players. You can get the big players like Google, Wikipedia, MailChimp, and so on, but your local police force is much less likely to make a big fuss about it.
India has a very well-developed cyber-crime law. But this is a country where internet censorship and digital spying are pretty standard. It’s not exactly a perfect society when it comes to internet privacy, but it’s still better than a lot of places. You can still find a lot of places that do a lot of surveillance of their citizens, which is absolutely fine.
One of the more interesting aspects of Cyber Law is the way the law isn’t just about surveillance of citizens. It’s about surveillance of companies.
We’ve seen companies that have been collecting data on their own customers and then they’ll suddenly get their very own security system, and your ISP will probably want to take over this data.
Thats what the Indian Cyber Law is all about. Companies like Google and Facebook are using a lot of data from customers to build a system that can be used to spy on them, too. This is a big problem because theres a lot of stuff that can go wrong in any system, so its not just about companies collecting data, its about companies collecting data on their customers and then using that data to spy on them.
Its good that cyber law is being debated in India. It shows how much awareness there is for the law. Because we all know that if a company can be sued for selling personal data without their customers consent, they can be sued for that, too. And thats what happens anyway.