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"Any criminal conduct in which a computer, communication device, or computer network is used to commit or enable the commission of a crime" is one definition of cybercrime.

Few people have been using internet technology for criminal actions such as unlawful access to other people's networks, frauds, and so on. Cyber crime refers to these criminal behaviours or offenses/crimes involving the internet. The term "Computer Law" was coined in order to deter or punish cyber thieves.

Phishing and similar fraud was the most common form of cyber crime reported to the US Internet Crime Complaint Center in 2020, with 241,342 complaints. In addition, the IC3 received 43,330 reports of online identity theft that year.

Most Indian cities now have a separate cyber crime unit. You can file a complaint with the cyber police or the criminal investigation department at any time, either in person or online. The first and most important step in punishing cybercrime is to file a complaint about the offence.

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