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Sakshi Yadav
Answered on 05 Aug 2019

You can lodge the FIR in the nearest police station which has a Cyber cell. It's absolutely prohibited under the Information Technology act to send someone vulgar messages on the internet. You can also talk to a cyber crime advocate and consult with him/her regarding the issue.Read More

Posted on 03 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

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Aditya Dua
Answered on 17 Jul 2019

Using a VPN in India is not banned by any specific law, so it is not illegal to use those kinds of services while browsing content online. If users in India use a VPN for illegal activities online, including copyright infringement or accessing banned websites, there may be legal consequences. If it is a fake call then call at 1090 & register your complaint against them. Thereafter if the issue is still not resolved, then you can file an FIR u/s 354D against them. Still not cleared with the information you can consult our cyber-crime experts in India who will guide you in your matter.Read More

Posted on 16 Jul 2019 | 1 Answer

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Arshi Noor
Answered on 12 Jul 2019

You can file an application and seek specific information under RTI to that law enforcement authority the specific reasons for freezing Bank account, and copy of their circular/directive/notification/norms that empowers them to freeze the account without any preliminary investigation and powers of those authorities. And you can hire an advocate for the best guidance for your matter. Your case would be file in the cyber cell. READ: Cybersecurity in the Indian Banking Sector You can hire out top cyber crime lawyer in India who can give you best and better guidance in your matter. READ: Procedure to Register a Cyber Crime ComplaintRead More

Posted on 25 Jun 2019 | 1 Answer

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Advocate Utkarsh Joshi
Answered on 11 Jul 2019

Interesting query. Theoretically, yes they can take action against you if you are using it without their permission. But generally, universities want to avoid bad publicity such an action will bring. Can the University sue you? Yes. Will it? Depends on the University.Read More

Posted on 14 Feb 2019 | 2 Answers

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Harini S
Answered on 25 Jun 2019

The first thing is that you need to lodge an FIR against the company. You can send the legal notice against the company mentioning all the grievances you faced. You can also file a complaint to banking ombudsman. READ: Credit Fraud: Are your Online Transactions Safe? You can consult an expert cyber crime lawyer in India who will help you in your account fraud matter. After lodging an FIR you can also file a complaint in the cyber cell regarding your matter. READ: Online Banking Frauds: How to recover your moneyRead More

Posted on 24 May 2019 | 1 Answer

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Harini S
Answered on 25 Jun 2019

You can lodge a complaint against the person in the nearest police station by filing an FIR. If any action has not taken then you can file a complaint in the cyber cell for seeking relief. The Procedure is, STEP 1: Keep in mind that you will have to provide name, mailing address & telephone number along with an application letter addressing the head of a cyber crime investigation cell when you go to file a complaint. STEP 2: As with almost all police cases, the complainant will have to provide the following papers and documents at the time of filing the complaint. READ: Procedure to Register a Cyber Crime Complaint Section 66 E of Information Technology Act, 2000 states that, transmits image of a private area of any person without his or her consent under the circumstance is a violation of privacy. READ: Cyber Crimes And Their Solutions In India According to this section, as your private picture are used to blackmail you which is considered as a violation of privacy under IT Act, 2000. You can take a legal action against that person who is blackmailing and threatening you. READ: How to Deal with Cyber Crimes in India? You can consult an expert cyber-crime lawyer in India who will advise and help you in your matter related to threat and blackmailing. You can also file a criminal complaint as the person is threatening you for having physical relation with him. You can file criminal complaint with the help of an experienced criminal lawyer in india who will help you in your matter.Read More

Posted on 19 Jun 2019 | 1 Answer

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Harini S
Answered on 21 Jun 2019

The first step you need to file an FIR in your nearest police and tell them about the blackmailing. Then you can go to the cyber cell and register a complaint against them on behalf of that FIR. READ: Procedure to Register a Cyber Crime Complaint The crime of blackmailing is defined under Section 503 of the IPC. It states that whoever threatens another with any injury to his person, reputation or property, or to the person or reputation of anyone in whom that person is interested, with intent to cause alarm to that person, or to cause that person to do any act which he is not legally bound to do, or to omit to do any act which that person is legally entitled to do, as the means of avoiding the execution of such threat, commits criminal intimidation. You can consult a criminal lawyer in India to file a complaint against the man who is blackmailing you. READ: How to Deal with Cyber Crimes in India? We advice you to take advice from an advocate who will help and suggest better in your matter. You can consult an expert cyber crime lawyer in India who will advice you in your matter.Read More

Posted on 21 Jun 2019 | 1 Answer

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Harini S
Answered on 04 Jun 2019

You then send a legal notice with the help of an advocate to the wish.com. If they don't reply to it then you can file a consumer complaint against them with the help of an expert consumer protection lawyer in India. READ: Lodging A Complaint Against E-Commerce Sites Before that you can file a complaint in cyber cell because there was a fraud committed against you as they are not responding you for the same. You can consult an experienced cyber crime lawyer in India, who will advice you and help you in your matter. READ: Procedure to Register a Cyber Crime ComplaintRead More

Posted on 31 May 2019 | 1 Answer

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Harini S
Answered on 03 Jun 2019

Your case is governed under cyber-crime because a fraud is committed against you. Your cash has been withdrawal by an unauthorized transaction. The case will not be entertained by the consumer forum because there is a cyber crime committed against you.  To take forward your case in cyber cell, you can consult an experienced cyber crime lawyer in India, who will advice you better in your matter. READ: Cybersecurity in the Indian Banking SectorRead More

Posted on 01 May 2019 | 1 Answer

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Harini S
Answered on 08 Apr 2019

As soon as you suspect that you are been scammed, the first think you need do is that to file a complaint in cyber security regarding your matter. You can file a cyber crime complaint in India by following few steps. 1. The very first step to file a cyber-crime complaint is to register a written complaint with the cyber crime cell of the city are currently in. 2. When filing the cyber-crime complaint, you need to provide your name, contact details, and address for mailing. You need to address the written complaint to the Head of the Cyber-Crime Cell of the city where you are filing the cyber-crime complaint. 3. In case you are a victim of online harassment, a legal counsel can be approached to assist you with reporting it to the police station. Additionally, you may be asked to provide certain documents with the complaint. This would, however, depend on the nature of the crime. 4. Register a Cyber-Crime FIR: If you do not have access to any of the cyber cells in India, you can file a First Information Report (FIR) at the local police station. In case your complaint is not accepted there, you can approach the Commissioner or the city’s Judicial Magistrate. 5. Certain cyber-crime offences come under the Indian Penal Code. You can register a cyber crime FIR at the nearest local police station to report them. 6. Most of the cyber-crimes that are covered under the Indian Penal Code are classified as cognizable offences. A cognizable offense is the one in which a warrant is not required for an arrest or investigation. 7. Zero FIR offers some solace to victims of cases that require immediate attention/investigation as it avoids wasting time in enlisting the offense on police records. For filing complaint related to social media cyber-crime, apart from the above steps, one must also register a complaint on the corresponding platform where the offense was committed. The steps for the same are clearly stated on every social media platform. For mobile application based complaints, one must have a:  A screenshot of the alleged app and the location from where it was downloaded  The victim’s bank statements in case any transactions were made after the incident Soft copies of all the aforesaid documents For further clarification you can consult an expert cyber crime lawyer in India, who will advice and help you in your matter.  Read More

Posted on 23 Mar 2019 | 1 Answer