“India’s IT Act is comprehensive legislation, but contains many lacunae. The passage of the IT Amendment Act 2008 will resolve many practical difficulties faced in the implementation of the Act. The IT Amendment Bill 2008 aims to bring significant changes in extant cyber laws in India,inter alia, introducing legal recognition to electronic signatures, data protection obligations and mechanisms, provisions to combat emerging cyber security threats such as cyber terrorism, identity theft, spamming, video voyeurism, pornography on Internet, and other crimes. With growing dynamics of technology in India, the legal matrix needs to be strengthened from time to time to fill up lacunae that remain in information technology law”