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Law of Information Technology and Cyberspace

Law of Information Technology and Cyberspace

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  • Author(s): Dr. N. Maheshwara Swamy
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 13 9789388437790
  • Approx. Pages 440 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
It is a universally known fact that "Information Technology" and "Cyberspace" having joined together and forming part of the "Cyber World" is dominating the World created by the God, the Almighty. The expression "Information Technology" by its very terminology denotes the "technology" which deals with "Information". It is apparently an admixture of two independent words, namely, "Information" and "Technology". Broadly speaking information, which is a Latin derivative, denotes 'a concept or an idea", undoubtedly with regard to any fact, figure or subject matter known, heard or created by one's own skill or imagination, directly or indirectly, initially originated from human brain and later on recorded in any form on any material thing and can be stored, retrieved and reused. "Information' can be construed to be "in the information" of some idea or thought in the human brain. When such formulated ideas or thoughts are communicated to others same becomes communicated information. Thus, information as a resource of communication obtains greater importance if it can be able to benefit the mankind in any manner productive to human and / or other societies universally and / or celestially.
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Contents
Part I
Concepts of Information Technology and Cyberspace, Interface Technology and Law

Chapter 1    Concept Meaning and Scope of "Information Technology"
Chapter 2    Concept, Meaning and Scope of Cyberspace
Chapter 3    Interface of Technology and Law
Chapter 4    Jurisdiction in Cyberspace and in Traditional Sense
Chapter 5    Internet Jurisdiction and Indian Context of Jurisdiction
Chapter 6    Enforcement Agencies
Chapter 7    International Position of Internet Jurisdiction
Chapter 8    Case-Law Relating to Cyber/Internet Jurisdiction
Part II
Information Technology Act, 2000

Chapter 1    AIMS, Objections/Objectives Overview & Jurisdiction of The Information
                      Technology Act, 2000
Chapter 2    Electronic Governance/E-Governance
Chapter 3    Legal Recognition of Electronic Records and Evidence
Chapter 4    Digital Signature Certificates, Secure Electronic Records, Secure Digital
                       Signatures and Duties of Subscribers
Chapter 5    Role of Certifying Authorities and Regulations under the I.T. Act, 2000
Chapter 6    Cyber Appellate Tribunals
Chapter 7    Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and their Liabilities, and Powers of Police
                      under the I.T. Act and Impact of the I.T. Act on Other Laws
Part III
Electronic Commerce and Electronic Taxation

Chapter 1    E-Commerce and Uncitral Model Law
Chapter 2    Electronic Taxation
Chapter 3    Electronic Banking (E-Banking), on Line Publishing and on Line Credit Card Payments
Chapter 4    Employment Contracts
Part IV
Cyber Law and Intellectual Property Rights

Chapter 1    Evolution of Cyber Law and Law of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRS)
Chapter 2    Understanding of Copyrights in Information Technology
Chapter 3    Patents and Information Technology
Chapter 4    Trade Marks
Chapter 5    Domain Name Registration
Chapter 6    Databases in Information Technology
Part V
Cyber Crimes

Chapter 1    Conceptual Sketch, Meaning, Origin and Growth of Crime
Chapter 2    Cyber Crimes in India
Chapter 3    Cyber Crimes and Challenges
Subject Index
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Author Details
Dr. N. Maheshwara Swamy
Ph.D (Law), LL.M. (Labour Law), LL.M (Intl. Law) M.B.A. (Marketing)
M.A. (Economics), m.A. (Vedic Astrology), P.G. Dip in IRPM, P.G. Dip in IPR and P.G. Dip in Computer Applications
(Formerly Associate Professor of Law, O.U.)
Advocate High Court of Telangana at Hyderabad.
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