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Cyber Laws

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  • Author(s): Justice Yatindra Singh
  • Brand: LexisNexis
  • Edition: 6 Ed RP 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789351437338
  • Approx. Pages 468 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description

I became Chief Justice of the Chhattisgarh High Court on 22nd October 2012. It entails administrative responsibilities—especially in Chhhattisgarh as it is a new State, new High Court. Chhattisgarh is a beautiful State; full of greenery: 44% of its land is covered with trees. It has ponds that enhance its natural beauty. It has a stable government and a dynamic Chief Minister for more than a decade. Chhattisgarh High Court has a magnificent building; one of the best in the world. It had a new colony set up for its employees but something was amiss there: the judiciary stood still as if in deep slumber; the newly constructed colony was like a ghost colony as practically no one was living there. A lot had to be done to wake it up. In two years time that I was there, lawyers' chamber were constructed and allotted; the High Court building was made solar powered—the first court premises to be done so; work for construction of the Judicial academy and pavement from lawyers' chambers to the High Court premises started; smaller committees were constituted for better administration; computerisation was taken to the higher level to improve efficiency in deciding cases; a unit of Indian Law Institute was established for improving the academic standards; seminars and conferencess were held for improving the work culture.
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Contents
Part I

Chapter 1.    Information Technology (IT) Act
Chapter 2.    Intellectual Property Rights, International Organisations, and Treaties
Chapter 3.    Computer Software, — Copyright, anti Circumvention Law and Digital Rights Management
Chapter 4.    Copyleft, Free, Open Source Software and Software Licenses
Chapter 5,    Computer Software and Patents
Chapter 6.    Trade Secret, Contract and Reverse Engineering
Chapter 7.    Open Format
Chapter 8.    Font Licenses
Chapter 9.    Inventions and Proprietary information Agreement
Chapter 10.  Intellectual Property rights in Cyber-space
Chapter 11.   Protection of Semi conductor Topography
Chapter 12.  E-Commerce and Taxation
Chapter 13.  Grey Areas
Chapter 14.  Conclusion
Part II - The Information Technology Act, 2000
Chapter 1.     Preliminary
Chapter 2.     Digital Signature and Electronic Signature
Chapter 3.     Electronic Governance
Chapter 4.     Attribution, Acknowledgement and Despatch of Electronic Records
Chapter 5.     Secure Electronic Records and Secure Electronic Signatures
Chapter 6.     Regulation of Certifying Authorities
Chapter 7.     Digital Signature Certificates
Chapter 8.     Duties of Subscribers
Chapter 9.     Penalties Compensation and Adjudication
Chapter 10.   The Cyber Appellate Tribunal
Chapter 11.   Offences
Chapter 12.   Intermediaries not to be Liable in Certain Cases
Chapter 12A. Examiner of Electronic Evidence
Chapter 13.  Miscellaneous
Schedule
1st Schedule to 4th Schedule
•    The Information Technology (Certifying Authorities) Rules, 2000
•    The Cyber Regulations Appellate Tribunal (Procedure) Rules, 2000
•    The Information Technology (Certifying authority) Regulations, 2001
•    The Information Technology (Other Powers of Civil Court vested in  Cyber
      Appellate Tribunal) Rules, 2003
•     The Information Technology (Other Standard0 Rules, 2003
•     The Information Technology (Qualification and Experience of Adjudicating Officers and
       Manner of Holding Enquiry) Rules, 2003
•    The Information Technology (Use of Electronic Records and Digital Signatures)
      Rules, 2004
•    The Information Technology (Security Procedure) Rules, 2004
•    The Cyber Appellate Tribunal (Salary, Allowances and Other Terms and Conditions of
      Services of Chairperson and Members) Rules, 2009
•    The Cyber Appellate Tribunal (Procedure for Investigation of Misbehaviour or incapacity
      of Chairperson and Members) Rules, 2009
•    The Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Interception, Monitoring and
      Decryption of Information) Rules, 2009
•    The Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking for Access of
      Information by Public) Rules, 2009
•    The Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Monitoring and Collecting Traffic
      Data or Information) Rules, 2009
•    The Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and Sensitive
      Personal Data or Information) Rules, 2011
•    The Information Technology (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules, 2011
•    The Information Technology (Guidelines for Cyber Cafe Rules, 2011
•    The Information Technology (Electronic Service Delivery) Rules, 2011
•    Guidelines for Submission of Application for Licence to Operate as a Certifying
      Authority under the IT Act, 2000
•    Notifications
•    WTO: Information Technology agreement
•    Relevant Articles of Trips and EPC
•    Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
•    Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
•    Approved Providers for Uniform Domain Name Dispute- Resolution Policy
•    Special Electronic Funds Transfer Procedural Guideline
Subject Index
Index
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Author Details
Yatindra Singh
graduated in Science with distinction, from the University of Allahabad in 1970. He took a law degree and was admitted to the bar in 1973. He practiced in Banda and Kanpur and then moved to the Allahabad High Court in July 1975.
A keen sportsman, Yatindra Singh represented the State of UP in Table Tennis, and was captain, champion and colour holder of the University of Allahabad in Table Tennis and Squash. He has appeared in many important cases in the Allahabad High Court including the famous case which created history by reinstating the Kalyan Singh government in February, 1998. He was Additional Advocate General for the State of UP from 26-3-1997 to 4-2-1999 and was appointed as a permanent judge of the Allahabad High Court on 5-2-1999. He has also written a book 'A Lawyer's War Id and Childhood dreams".
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