International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 3, Issue 6 (2017)

Comprehensive analysis on necessity of specific penalties for hacking in criminal law


Kirti Dahiya

Notwithstanding the way that hacking is a generally utilized term, it is as yet not legitimately settled. In addition, the meaning of the idea of hacking has been conveyed in a wide assortment of courses in national writings. This uncertainty has prompted different reactions. As of late in the US, changes all in all referred to as Aaron's Law were proposed as expected alterations to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Most specialists expect that this change will put the brakes on the CFAA as an extreme punishment policy, and result in a drop in disputable court choices. In this paper, we study the definitions and the penalties for hacking for every nation and contrast them and the national law and after that make proposals through more particular enactment. We expect it will diminish legitimate discussion and avoid inordinate punishment.
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Kirti Dahiya. Comprehensive analysis on necessity of specific penalties for hacking in criminal law. International Journal of Law, Volume 3, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 130-133
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