Digital Security Act: A new tighten Law of Technology for use Technology in safely.
Actions that may affect Bangladesh’s unity and hinder other countries’ security or help and encourage someone to commit terrorist activities would be considered as cyber terrorism.
According to the proposed law, if anyone commits crimes using a#computer, a #mobile or any #digital_device, the person would face a maximum punishment of five years and a minimum of two years in jail and Tk 3 lakh fine or both.
According to the proposed law has provisions for two year’s imprisonment and Tk 2 lakh fine or both for #violating_secrecy. A maximum sentence of 10 years and a minimum of two years in prison or Tk 10 lakh fine for#Circulating_Pornographic materials on the Internet.
In Bangladesh, new Digital Security Act will clarify what section 57 is supposed to represent’
Section 57 of the Information and Communication Technology Act stipulates that any post, image, or video on an electronic format that “causes to deteriorate law and order, prejudice the image of the state or a person or hurt religious beliefs” are non-bailable offenses. The punishment is a minimum seven years in prison up to a maximum of 14 years. The fines can go up to Tk1 crore.
Numerous journalists and students and teachers have been imprisoned under Section 57 of the ICT act, which led to numerous civic leaders and journalists to speak out against it. The act has been called draconian in its implementation and criticised for how it can be interpreted by law enforcement agencies.