Reel Riders in Cyber Space Unmasking the Social Media Traffic Violators

  • Thennavan B. and Mothi Prasanna S.
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  • Thennavan B.

    Student at Sastra University, Thirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur, India

  • Mothi Prasanna S.

    Student at Sastra University, Thirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur, India

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The very objective of the police patrol is to keep a particular area safe and crime free. Likewise, in this modern era, cyber-crimes need cyber patrol. Through empirical research method, this paper will analyse the data given by both the bikers and common people regarding the youngster’s craze for taking reels while riding motorbikes. And by checking the level of awareness in the minds of them about cyber patrol, we can get a clear picture of how far we are from establishing an efficient system of cyber patrol to control these reels which plays a vital role in instigating the youngster’s behaviour into these crimes. Using the data received from the survey, we can understand the thought process of youngsters. Consequently, we can build an effective system against this. Understanding this area is highly required so that it would give us a platform for building the best cyber infrastructure to track, patrol, and control these crimes. By Comparing the rules and regulations related to the offences under Motor vehicle act, provisions like reckless driving under IPC, film shooting permission guidelines, we highly recommend for creating a system of mechanism of registration and payment for regulating these activities. And the outcome of this research helps to address the existing gaps in the system.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 772 - 784


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