Bearing in mind the revolutionisation of information technology and
consequently, electronic communication and commerce, a basic
understanding of regulations and ordinances governing these areas become
crucial. “Internet Law: Regulating Cyberspace and Emerging
Technologies” has been written, as the name suggests, to be a book which
enunciates the various aspects of cyber laws in India, including
commerce, cyber-crimes, security, governance, technology, contracts,
data privacy, etc. taking place through the medium of internet.
The aim is to provide a ready reference on all aspects of cyber law in a jargon-free, comprehensive manner. The key features of this book include, but are not limited to, non-theoretical components to aid readers in a pragmatic manner, such as practical chapters dealing with law for compliance by corporations, digital brand management, detailed analysis of various features, principles and scope of laws that will be crucial in determining the future of technology laws in India, such as the general data protection regulation (GDPR) and the Personal Data Protection Bill along with its impact on fundamental aspects of cyber law such as data privacy, data collection, use and dissemination, especially with revolutionary campaigns like “Digital India” underway. The book also analyses digital identification systems like Aadhaar and domain names.
In addition, this book explores several less charted territories of cyberspace law and electronic commerce such as intermediary's liability, electronic evidence, intermediary service providers, etc., with the help of an in-depth examination of path-breaking Supreme Court decisions, e.g. in Shreya Singhal and Puttaswamy.
Additionally, the book is accompanied by an easy-to-access web-companion that provides up to the minute developments on each topic in the book, along with several others relating to the cyber world, making this book the most updated and relevant one out there!
- Chapter 1 Information Technology Act, 2000.
- Chapter 2 Cyber crimes.
- Chapter 3 Electronic evidence.
- Chapter 4 Internet security.
- Chapter 5 Interception and monitoring of electronic communication in India.
- Chapter 6 Privacy.
- Chapter 7 Data Protection Regime in India.
- Chapter 8 Freedom of expression in cyber space.
- Chapter 9 E-governance.
- Chapter 10 E-commerce.
- Chapter 11 Social media.
- Chapter 12 Intellectual property and information technology.
- Chapter 13 Digital brand management.
- Chapter 15 New technologies and the law.
Bloomsbury's Internet Law Regulating Cyberspace and Emerging Technologies [HB] by Rodney D. Ryder, Nikhil Naren
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing India
- Book Code: 9789389714951
- Availability: Out Of Stock