Setback for Indian Cyber Law – A shame
Lakshmana Kailash K, a computer engineer, was wrongly arrested from his home in Bangalore in August 2007 for having defamed Shivaji on Orkut.com, he was tracked with the help of information shared by ISP, Bharti Airtel. He was taken to Pune and put behind bars, where he spent 50 days, 3 weeks after real culprits were nabbed.
Techie has recently hit back with a legal notice on telecom giant Bharti Airtel, principal secretary (Home) Maharashtra government and assistant commissioner of police (financial & cyber crime unit), Pune police demanding Rs 20 crore in damages for illegal detention.
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