Cyber Security Law as a jurisprudence is constantly evolving. Different countries are coming up with their own national approaches to deal with cyber security. China has been one of the foremost players who has taken the early lead in this direction. China has come up with not just its National Cyber Security Law, but has also now come up with new supplement legal frameworks to protect and preserve cyber security. With effect from 1st of January 2018, China has introduced and implemented its Public Internet Cybersecurity Threat Monitoring and Mitigation Measures, 2018. These represent China’s new Cyber Security Law which has come into effect from the beginning of 2018.
These new measures are representing a new supplemental legal framework on Cybersecurity in China. These measures are of extreme significance and have wide-ranging legal ramifications. What is China’s new Cyber Security Law of 2018? What are its various parameters and salient features? What will be the impact of these measures upon companies operating in China? What are the practical challenges that the new measure throw up? These and other related issues are discussed in detail in my new book “New Cybersecurity Law of China”.
BLOCKCHAIN LAW – A PRIMER
BLOCKCHAIN LAW – A PRIMER
We all have been hearing much about Blockchain these days. Experts tell us that this new game changing technology is going to change the way we do activities in the digital and mobile ecosystem.
The adoption of Blockchain brings with it a large number of legalities. Various legal, policy and regulatory issues, which the widespread adoption of Blockchain technology brings forth, need to be appropriately addressed.
This Book is a primer on some of the more significant and important legal, policy and regulatory issues concerning Blockchains. This Book aims to be a starting point for discussions, deliberations and analysis by relevant thought leaders on how the varied legal and regulatory challenges facing Blockchain technologies as a whole need to be appropriately addressed.
This Book seeks to look at the legalities concerning Blockchains in various areas of human activities, analyze the liability of Blockchain service providers, and other issues like data privacy and intellectual property rights. The challenges of jurisdiction brought forward by the Blockchain technology presents some interesting facets which require appropriate analysis and deliberations. Number of legalities concerning Blockchains have not yet even been identified.
This Book would give a brief view of the emerging legal landscape that Blockchain stakeholders are likely to face in the coming times, given the radical changes made by Blockchains in various areas of human activities. These changes are further challenging the way principles of legal jurisprudence need to be made applicable in the emerging Blockchain paradigm.