Text Book Cyberlaw 2nd Edition


Text Book Cyberlaw 2nd Edition

There is no running away from one broad principle that is emerging in today’s life- every person is getting connecting on to the digital bandwagon and hence the discipline of Cyberlaw is of increasing significance for all stakeholders.   As such, knowing about the Cyberlaw is becoming increasing important necessity for all entities who are connecting on to the digital ecosystem.

No wonder given the increasing significance and importance of Cyberlaw as a subject, Cyberlaw is being made an integral part of college curriculum in various courses.

When I wrote the Text Book on Cyberlaw couple of years back, I had not envisaged the kind of response that such a Text Book could generate.  Due to the fast pace changes happening in the Cyberlaw jurisprudence, I felt the need for revising the Text Book on Cyberlaw and keeping it updated. For More about the book Click Here

Data Protection Law In India


Data Protection Law In India

India is the second most populous nation and the largest democracy in the world. The manner in which India has adopted the electronic ecosystem and the Internet has suddenly made India a very fertile destination for companies wanting to do business. The increased adoption of mobile by Indians and the rapid adoption of social media in India has suddenly meant that Indians have become fast generators of data. The kind of volumes that of data that are being produced in India today on a daily basis, far surpasses the output of corporate India for numerous decades post independence.

As such, data protection is one issue that becomes extremely relevant and pertinent for all users, generators, transmitters and recipients of data. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, India does not have a dedicated legislation on data protection. However that does not mean that India has not taken appropriate steps for protecting data.

India has put in place various legal provisions, rules and regulations need in its various legislations, which primarily impacted data. Given the fact that the majority of data today in India is being retained in the electronic form, various rights, duties and obligations have been put on by the Indian cyber legal frameworks for various stakeholders in the data ecosystem. For More about the book Click Here