LAW RELATING TO IPADS, TABLETS, SMART PHONES AND SMART DEVICES

LAW RELATING TO IPADS, TABLETS, SMART PHONES AND SMART DEVICES

Today mobile is the buzz word in our lives.  We all like to be mobile, while being constantly connected to the Internet.  Consequently, large numbers of new smart devices have invaded the market in the last one decade.  These are not just the iPads, tablets, smart phones but also combination of tablet and phones and variety of other smart devices.  These iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices have, on the one hand, increased our productivity and convenience.  On the other hand, use of the iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices have a legal impact , which a majority of users of such iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices, do not take into consideration.  Every act done using iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices has got legal ramifications.  Misuse of such devices can land a person in jail as also could expose its users to civil consequences including damages by way of compensation.

What are the legal policy aspects pertaining to use of iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices? What are the legal challenges while using such iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices?   What does the law say on these important aspects?  These and a variety of other issues are sought to be covered in the present Book.

The present Book is the first of its kind, which specifically deals with legal, policy and regulatory issues pertaining to use of iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices. 

This Book also aims to sensitize readers on certain important dos and don’ts that need to be kept in mind while using such devices.  While mobility and technology has made life easier, it is imperative that users should not be caught on the wrong side of the law.  This Book empowers users of iPads, Tablets, Smart Phones and Smart Devices on all aspects that need to be kept in mind while using such devices in today’s age of information overflow.  This Book helps users to take a reasonable and legally pragmatic approach, while using such devices which are connected on a 24×7 basis on the Internet. 

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MOBILE LAW, 2ND EDITION

MOBILE LAW 2ND EDITION

This book is the first of its kind in its specialized category and has explored various hitherto unexplored areas of jurisprudence around the use of mobiles, cell phones, samartphones, personal digital assistants and all other kinds of communication devices, which are used to communicate audio, video, image or text of any kind whatsoever.

This book covers a variety of issues around mobile legalities and includes detailed legal discussion inter alia on:

Mobile Law in India

Various technical definitions

Legality of the mobile format

Service Providers Liability

Mobile Contracts

Mobile Authentication

Mobile Banking

Mobile Crimes

Mobile misuse

Mobiles and Privacy

Cyber Terrorism

Mobiles and Intellectual Property Rights

Mobile Evidence

Mobiles and Child Protection

2G Judgments

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LAW OF BUSINESS PROCCESSING OUTSOURCING

BPO

This book presents a detailed treatise on the subject of Business Process Outsourcing Law in India.  This comprehensive book contains a detailed commentary on almost all major legal issues that impact outsourcing activities in India.

The publication also contains an informative and objective analysis of all important laws in India which impact the BPO sector.

This book features an in-depth discussion of various provisions of important foreign laws that need to be duly complied with by BPO service providers and sub-contractors, while providing outsourced services to foreign companies.

“Law of Business Process Outsourcing” will become a constant companion for companies, service providers, sub-contractors, CEOs, lawyers, Government departments, professionals and all others dealing with Business Process Outsourcing activities.

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MOBILE LAW

MOBILE LAW 1ST EDITION

The book is the first of its kind in its specialized category and has explored various hitherto unexplored areas of jurisprudence around the use of mobiles, cell phones, smart phones, personal digital assistants and all other kinds of communication devices, which are used to communicate audio, video, image or text of any kind whatsoever.

This book covers a variety of issues around mobile legalities and includes detailed legal discussion inter alia on:-

  • Mobile Law in India
  • Various technical definitions
  • Legality of the mobile format
  • Mobile Contracts
  • Mobile Authentication
  • Mobile Banking
  • Mobile Crimes
  • Mobile misuse
  • Mobiles and Privacy
  • Mobiles and Intellectual Property Rights
  • Mobile Evidence
  • Mobiles and Child Protection

Book review: Mobile Law

More about the book is available at http://books.rediff.com/book/mobile-law/9789350353516

CYBERLAW-THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

CYBERLAW - THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

This comprehensive book contains a detailed commentary of all the provisions of India’s first Cyberlaw, namely, The Information Technology Act, 2000. The publication also contains an informative commentary on the amended provisions of four different laws amended by the IT Act, 2000, namely, The Indian Penal Code, 1860, The Indian Evidence Act, 1872, The Bankers’ Books Evidence Act, 1891 and The Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.

The book also features an up-to-date account of the growth of various trends of Cyberlaw in India, the various cybercrime cases registered alongwith their analyses, and various relevant judgments.

“Cyberlaw-The Indian Perspective” will become a constant companion for lawyers, corporations, Government departments, professionals dealing with the electronic format, legal consultants, police and law enforcement agencies.

Salient Features of the Book

  • Detailed section by section analysis of the IT Act, 2000.
  • Latest Cybercrime cases in the country.
  • Commentary on the four laws amended by the IT Act, 2000, namely:
  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860
  • The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
  • The Bankers’ Books Evidence Act, 1891
  • The Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
  • Various emerging topics in Indian Cyberlaw

Book Review: “Cyberlaw: The Indian Perspective”

Book Review: “Cyberlaw: The Indian Perspective”

More about the book is available at http://www.cyberlaws.net/new/cyberlaw_indian_perspective.php

APPIFICATION OF SOCIETY AND THE LAW

The last one decade has witnessed an exponential boom in the adoption of mobile devices. With each passing week, new kinds of mobile models are coming up and the adoption is getting increasingly more prevalent. The advent of smart phones and mobiles have ushered us in the era of mobile applications or mobile ppps. Today, more and more people are downloading mobile apps on their mobile phones.

In fact, the dependence on the mobile phones and various mobile apps has led to a phenomenon called the ‘Appification of Society’. ‘Appification of the society’ is a new concept which refers to the societal behaviors that concern or relates to mobile apps and their usage as also an individual’s dependence on these apps.

The eBook looks at the various legal, policy and regulatory issues concerning this phenomenon. Being the first of its kind in its genre, the book seeks to unravel the legal ramifications of appification of society and how appropriate regulatory and policy issues concerning appification of society have to be addressed and kept in mind by the relevant stakeholders as we move forward.

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AUTHENTICATION IN MOBILITY – A LEGAL VIEWPOINT

AUTHENTICATION IN MOBILITY - A LEGAL VIEWPOINT

As mobiles are increasingly being used for a variety of human endeavours and activities, there is a need felt for mobile authentication. The concept of mobile signature has emerged and is increasingly gaining currency. What kind of authentication is done in the context of use of mobiles and communication devices? What are the various strategies adopted in the context of mobile authentication? What are various international practices regarding authentication available internationally in this regard? These and other related issues concerning mobile authentication have been sought to be addressed in this book.

Clearly, a lot of development has yet to take place in the area of mobile authentication. However, there will also be a need for coming up with appropriate changes in Mobile Law jurisprudence as developments take place in the area of mobile authentication.

This eBook further elaborates on the various legal challenges facing the ever important issue of authentication in the mobile ecosystem.

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