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Cyber Laws

Cyber Laws

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With Comprehensive Coverage of Information Technology Law, E-Commerce, E- Crimes,
Cyber Crime Investigation, Cyber Defamation, IPRS, Computer Forensics, Proof of Cyber Offences,
Data Protection, Legal Control of Social Media and Cryptography.

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Description
Cyberspace law covers a wide range of topics, including aspects of Contract Laws, Privacy Laws and Intellectual Property Laws. It directs the electronic circulation of software, information and data security as well as electronic commerce. Now-a-days e-documents are given due legal recognition under Cyber Laws. The Information Technology Act, 2000, provides legal recognition to the transactions done via electronic exchange of data and other electronic means of communication or electronic commerce transactions. Information and communication technology has proved to be a boon for humanity and it has benefited the human life in many ways. Since with every positive thing some negatives also creep in, similarly people also started to misuse the wonders of information technology. With a view to uphold the balanced benefits of this technology to society at large, the I.T. Act, 2000 was enacted to deal with various matters pertaining to information technology, its uses and misuses. The instant Act provides legal recognition to electronic communications, e-mail, digital signatures, computerized documents and it also provides for legal remedies in case of misuse of information technology. The Act attempts to legalize alternative methods to traditional paper-based communications and data storage. The Act gives legal recognition to electronic transactions and electronic communications, electronic filing of documents with the Government agencies. It legally recognizes electronic signature and digital signature as a means to legally authenticate documents. Electronic storage of data, electronic transfer of funds and maintenance of bankers' books of accounts in electronic format is also permitted.
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Contents
1. Cyber Jurisprudence
2. E-Governance
3. Fundamentals of Computer
4. Cyber Crime in the Information Age..
5. Cyber crime, Security, Investigation Tools and Difficulty in Prosecution
6. Hacking-Unauthorised Access to Computer Material.
7. Criminological Theories of Crime and Can These Theories Explain Hacking?
8. Cyber Stalking
9. Intellectual Property Rights and Cyber Law
10. Liability of Search Engine in Online Copyright Infringement
11. Investigation of Cyber Crime
12. Internet Piracy-Software, Music, Books etc.-Legal Issues.
13. Musical Works and Infringement in the Internet.
14. Vanishing Rights of a Creator of Copyright Work in Internet.
15. Legal Protection of Trade Secrets and Confidential Information in Information Age
16. Trade Mark and Cyber Domain Name Right Dispute..
17. Mobile Commerce will Surpass E-commerce as the Method of Choice for Digital Commerce Transaction.
18. Digital Signature under the Information Technology Act.
19. Electronic Signature-Legal Blunder Repeated under I.T. Amendment Act, 2008
20. Framework for Digital Forensic Investigation.
21. Cyber Crime Investigations Model.
22. Defence Strategies to Cyber crime
23. Cross-examination of Forensic Computer Expert on Tools, Analysis and Opinion Evidence
24. How to Prove Computer Offence
25. Computer Generated Demonstrative Evidence
26. Right to Privacy: Media Law on the Internet.
27. Defamation on Internet and Media.
28. Data Theft and the Laws
29. Identity Theft, Security and Criminal Law
30. Spamming: Trespass or Nuisance?
31. Internet Service Provider Liability
32. Phishing and Internet Banking Fraud
33. Cyber-Bullying
34. Online Gambling.
35. Cyber Terrorism and its Network,
36. Protection of Cyber Consumers in India.
37. Employment Rights in an Information Society
38. The Global Medium in a Territorial World-Jurisdiction and the Internet
39. Torts Liability.
40. Fundamental of Computer Contracts
41. Social Media Perspectives
42. Social Media Offences
43. Legal Control of Social Networking Sites
44. Cyber Crimes Jurisprudence.
45. Cyber Transparency
46. Cyber Security
47. Intermediary Guidelines
48. Obligations of I.T. Authorities
49. Intermediaries Liability
50. Cyber Space Jurisdiction
51. Cloud Computing.
52. Data Protection.
53. Privacy and Data Protection..
54. Cryptography
55. Legal Control of Social Media.
56. Computer Forensics
Appendices I to XXXIX
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Author Details
Dr. Sarla Gupta (Agrawal),
Ph.D. (Law) Principal,Lala LajpatraiCollege of Law Mahalaxmi, Mumbai
Beniprasad Agrawal, Advocate, M.A., LL.B, B.Com., D.S.W.
Assisted by
Mrudul V. Deoghare
Revised by S.K.P. Sriniwas
With a Foreword by,
Hon'ble Justice V.S. Sripurkar,
Retired Judge, Supreme Court of India

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