The present trends report is covering topics like Cyber law of India, Cyber Terrorism, E-Courts in India, E-Learning in India, Unique Identification Project of India, Serious Frauds and White Collar Crimes, National Security Issues, Crime Reporting by Media, Internet Banking Frauds, Cyber Security of Defense Forces, Cyber War in India, E-Surveillance in India, etc.
The report has clearly established that India once again failed to cater the growing contemporary demands of ICT and their legal, judicial and public service providing applications. The predominant reason for the same seems to be lack of political will to achieve the needful. Though India makes lot of declarations yet hardly one or two is actually implemented. India is more interested in accomplishments that can be found on papers only rather than real, effective and grassroot level achievements.
The report concludes that “Indian efforts for streamlining use of ICT have further degraded from 2008. The year 2009 saw some major ICT pitfalls and bad decisions were made by the GOI. Overall the year 2009 can be said to be “Blunder ICT Year” of India despite all contrary governmental claims.