The internet appears to be an information paradise from one perspective. However, seen from another perspective, internet appears to be a serious battlefield for various state and non-state actors. Increasingly, cyber actors are using cyberspace for perpetuating various cyber attacks.
The pandemic times are the times of unprecedented significance which throw up new distinctive challenges that have not been thrown up earlier.
The increasing reliance on cyberspace during the pandemic times in the third decade of the twenty first century, has thrown up unprecedented new cyber and ethical issues and challenges. As stakeholders increasingly turn on to cyberspace in the times of the public health emergency, they share their experiences, perspectives as also offer assistance, numerous cyber ethical questions come up for consideration. A number of these ethical questions have legalities connected therewith.
Internet has been growing by leaps and bounds. We are familiar with the Internet of Things (IOT) where all kinds of smart devices are getting connected to the internet. But beyond the advent and emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), a new kind of internet is being postulated. This is known as the Internet of Behaviour.
This is a new paradigm which is substantially based on Internet of Things (IoT) but is specifically focused on analyzing the various data generated by data entities in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem and substantially impacting user behaviours.