37% rural youth sans Internet access: Study
India’s IT boom, which started in the mid 90’s after the liberalization of Indian economy, was calling for an act which could look into its menace and provide the legal infrastructure to e-commerce of the developing economy of India. So, the Information Technology Act India was introduced in 2000. The act consisted of 94 sections and its range varied from Legal Recognition to electronic documents to cyber offences. However, the changing forms of new technology and the evolution of social media meant that the Information Technology Act 2000 was modified and an amended Act with124 section by the name Information Technology (amendment) Act 2008 was produced.