Every directions under Rule (3) shall specify the name and designation of the officer of the authorised agency to whom the intercepted or monitored or decrypted or stored information shall be disclosed and also specify that the use of intercepted or monitored or decrypted information shall be subject to the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 69 of the said Act.
IT Rules 2009: Interception, Monitoring & Decryption
The direction of interception or monitoring or decryption of any information generation, transmitted, received or stored in any computer resource shall be of any information as is sent to or from any person or class of persons or relating to any particular subject whether such information or class of information are received with one or more computer resources, or being a computer resource likely to be used for the generation, transmission, receiving, storing of information from or to one particular person or one or many set of premises, as may be specified or described in the direction.
The competent authority shall, before issuing any direction under Rule (3), consider possibility of acquiring the necessary information by other means and the direction under Rule (3) shall be issued only when it is not possible to acquire the information by any other reasonable means.
Any direction issued by the competent authority under Rule (3) shall contain reasons for such direction and a copy of such direction shall be forwarded to the Review Committee within a period of seven working days.
Notwithstanding anything contained in Rule (3), if a State Government or Union territory Administration requires any interception or monitoring or decryption of information beyond its territorial jurisdiction, the Secretary in-charge of the Home Department in that State or Union territory, as the case may be, shall make a request to the Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India for issuing direction to the appropriate authority for such interception or monitoring or decryption of information.