Who Can use this service?
can be used by any person who wants a notice to be issued to a
Netizen. It is more appropriate when the notice is really meant
to reach the recipient rather than being only a formality.
Examples could be an employer who wants to reach out to an
absconding employee. An ex-employee who wants to give a notice
to his erstwhile employer can also use the service. It can also
be used in case of "Missing persons", "Obituary", "Property",
"Loans", "Business Promotion" etc. It can be used by any
individual, Company, NGO or even the Government in India or
Abroad. Bulk users can request for special rates and
credit terms with necessary information about themselves.
Why Cyber-Notice instead of Paper
Normally notices are released by way of advertisements
in print media. This is an expensive proposition though it has
some legal sanctity. The print notice is available only
for a day and the intended recipient may miss the notice. Cyber
Notice is held for a period and is also likely to be picked up
by search engines so that the probability of the notice reaching
the recipients is higher. Also if the intended recipient of a
notice is abroad or may not see the print media which is
accessible to the notifier or if he is more likely to get the
information through the Internet, Cyber-Notice works better than
a printed notice.
Who is responsible for the
a web based service and falls into the category of an
"Intermediary" in the ITA 2000/8 . The responsibility for the
content being true, fair, non defamatory etc lies entirely with
the notifier. The administrator however has the right to refuse
to accept any notification without assigning any reason if it is
not considered desirable.
What can I do if I am offended?
In case you find
that any notice offends you in any manner, you can contact the
Grievance officer of the site and lodge your protest either by a
digitally signed (supported by an Indian licensed certifying
authority) e-mail or a signed letter. The administrator will
then contact the notifier and get his response. If the Grievance
Officer believes that the objection is valid, the notice would
be removed. If not, the response of the notifier would be sent
to the person who raises the objection for his counter. If the
dispute cannot be resolved, the Grievance officer may decide to
publish the objections raised as a rejoinder or advise the
person who has raised the objection to approach a necessary
legal authority to obtain a suitable order.
What is CEAC Certification?
is a methodology developed by Cyber Evidence Archival Center (www.ceac.in)
for certifying an electronic document in print form so as to
render the document admissible as evidence in an Indian Court of
law as per Sec 65B Indian Evidence Act. CEAC or Cyber-Notice
however does not guarantee that any Court will not refuse to
admit the certified copy under the relevant section. Please
peruse www.ceac.in for more information on the system.
What is Call Out Notice
instances, we envisage that a person would like to contact
some body in the Cyber Space and try to deliver him a
message not necessarily a "Notice" in the normally
understood sense. In such cases the notice can be issued as
a "Call-Out Notice" where it only calls for the intended
recipient to contact Cyber-Notice.com and request for the
copy of the notice. At that time the administrator would
follow a reasonable process to identify the recipient before
delivering it to him/her. The Call out notices may be sent
through as many options as feasible to be decided on a case
to case basis. The cost will be structured accordingly.