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E – Frauds And Its Causes In Digital Transactions: A Myth Or Reality

Dr. D. Kannan, Assistant Professor (SS), The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University


In this technological arena, every one using internet access with techno-transaction in every aspects of day today needs in their life.Every stakeholder who is using electronic accessibility of their everyday life businesses activity and its participation in the society, the breach of law is inevitable event and its prevalent,so in order to protect and safeguard bona fide stakeholders and their legal rights have to be monitored under legal frame work The person who is disorderly orinsolent law abiders have to be controlled in an appropriate legal control and impose restrictions through digital law. The digital law is a law which provides legal rights and restrictions in the technological usages. In India, Information Technology Act, 2000 is enacted and it has made certain Amendments governing technological business and its remedial process. The govt. of India has recently implemented make digital India Scheme in which so many advantages and disadvantages have been traced in this paper. The online frauds / E fraudspersist everywhere particularly identity theft, cheating in personation by using computer sourse, phishing and e banking transaction frauds in digital transactions is going to be focused in this paper and the researcher will significantly be tracing the knowhow of digital law and online frauds and the law which provides remedy to the victims of online banking transaction customers. The term electronic offences otherwise called as cybercrime which mean that an act or omission affects computer data or system through cyberspace link with internet. This paper is analysing implementation of digital law to the stakeholders and adequacy of the present information technology law in India. In the digital India, the digital law is necessary to everyone and the awareness of such law is hour of the day. In the pandemic situation techno transactions are inevitable in order to avoid e frauds duty of a responsible state has to impose stringent legal enforcement and deter the insolent law abiders.

Keywords: techno – transaction, digital law, online frauds, information technology.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


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