LEGAL ISSUES IMPACTING VIDEO CONFERENCING
Video conferencing as a technology has been in existence for quite sometime. However, the advent of the year 2020 has completely changed the landscape for this industry. With more than 1 billion people forced to be behind doors at home, video conferencing has become defacto default communication for numerous stakeholders.
This book will look at some more significant and important legal, policy and regulatory issues pertaining to video conferencing in general and specifically pertaining to the new complex issues that video conferencing has been facing ever since its massive adoption and usage since the advent of the year 2020. These issues are crucial for the further development of video conferencing.
We are today living in very strange and unprecedented times when there is all kinds of information all around us. While news has been an important tool for humans, the advent of fake news has brought forward completely new paradigm for all of us. We all have been hearing term “fake news”. We have also seen various instances of fake news in our daily lives. However, fake news is not just a superficial phenomenon but attracts various cyber legal nuances and complexities also connected therewith.
This book examine the legal, policy and regulatory pertaining to fake news at the international level. Clearly, fake news has assumed such proportion that it needs to be appropriately regulated. However, there is no unanimity as to how the said regulation of fake news has to take place. This assumes even more significance since there are fundamental differences as to how stakeholders need to define fake news.
INDIAN CYBERLAW & WORK FROM HOME
Coronavirus has impacted countries across the world and is no exception.
With national lockdown being announced and implemented in India, Work From Home has become a practical defacto ground reality.
Most of the companies are forced to now adopt Work From Home. However, Work From Home in India as a concept that has not yet substantially evolve in the past. Hence, Work From Home in India in the Coronavirus age, is likely to bring forward various complicated cyber legal, policy and regulatory issues which stakeholders are beginning to face.
This book will sensitize all stakeholders about the legal nuances concerning Work From Home. This Book should be of value to all persons, and specifically private institutions, organizations, employers, employees, lawyers, legal professionals, judges, law enforcement agencies, employees, employers, their business associates and partners academicians, nation states, governments and other stakeholders in the digital ecosystem who are interested in Work From Home paradigm in India.
The world is passing through very transient times. Numerous cyber security breaches are continuing to increase with each passing day. New cyber attacks venters are emerging. Constantly changing cybersecurity paradigm is only bringing forward the importance of concept of cyber resilience.
This book examines the legal, policy and regulatory issues pertaining to cyber resilience as are emerging in different parts of the world. This book further highlights what are the thrust areas for stakeholders to concentrate as they move in the direction of making systems and networks more cyber resilient. In fact, legal jurisprudence around cyber resilience is only beginning to evolve.
Facial Recognition has increasingly gained lot of traction and attention in our day-to-day lives. With the increasing reliance by state and non-state actors on Facial Recognition, Facial Recognition is beginning to assume difference ramifications. Facial Recognition can directly impact your personal privacy and also data privacy Further, its extensive use could prejudicially impact the enjoyment of all your digital rights and liberties.
This book seeks to analyze some of the more significant current trends of jurisprudence on Facial Recognition. This book further highlights some key areas which need to be addressed by stakeholders as they go forward and extensively use Facial Recognition. This book has been written in common layman’s language and explains complicated legal nuances and aspects pertaining to Facial Recognition.
NEW CYBER WORLD ORDER POST COVID-19
The world is going to be instantaneously changed and transformed by the advent of Coronavirus. For the first time, the world has seen a public health emergency of this magnitude. However, the response mechanisms of COVID-19 are beginning to possibly display a new trend. There is going to be emergence of New Cyber World Order that is going to emerge after the advent of Coronavirus.
Based on the existing trends, there is no denying the fact that cyberspace is going to be massively impacted with the advent of New Cyber World Order. The New Cyber World Order is likely to have significant impact upon the enjoyment of digital and cyber liberties and rights.
CORONAVIRUS, WORK FROM HOME & LEGALITIES
Coronavirus has taken all of us by surprise. No one had expected that this kind of epidemic is soon becoming a pandemic and will affect almost every area of human activity and endeavour. As economic slowdown is facing us in our faces, more and more governments of the world are encouraging private sector employers to allow their employees to work from home. However, working from home brings forward its own distinctive legal policy and regulatory issues.
In this book, the author has sought to identify some of the important and more significant legalities and also legal, policy and regulatory nuances that all stakeholders need to keep in mind in the coronavirus age, whether it be private institutions, organizations, companies, employers and employees.
CYBER SECURITY LAW AND CHILD PROTECTION
Cyber security is a burning topic in today’s times. Everybody is potentially a target of various cyber security breaches that are taking place in the ecosystem. No wonder, cyber security laws are mushrooming in different parts of the world has a means for regulating cyber security related activities in the digital ecosystem. However, off-late, a new trend has emerged which is trying to use cyber security legislation as a tool for protecting children.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – SOME LEGAL PRINCIPLES
Artificial Intelligence as a paradigm is getting increasingly significant with each passing day. Different stakeholders are already exploring distinctive new ways of deploying Artificial Intelligence. However, the legal principles governing are still at a very early nascent stage of their development. This is so because the world by and large is still not clear as to what kind of legal principles need to be made applicable to Artificial Intelligence. In this regard, various principles are currently being examined.
This book looks at some of the important legal principles that need to be made applicable in the context of Artificial Intelligence and also examines some of the important legal foundations which have been recommended by different stakeholders which could be used in the direction of legalizing and regulating Artificial Intelligence.
INDIAN LAW ON E-EVIDENCE
We are all so dependent on the digital format today. In the last few decades, the digital format has become an integral part of our day-to-day lives. Internet has become an essential component of our living.
This Book seeks to examine the scope and ambit of electronic evidence law in India. It has been more than 18 years since India passed its Cyberlaw which affected fundamental changes in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 concerning admissibility and proof of electronic evidence and secondary evidence. Over a period of time, the law pertaining to electronic evidence has tremendously been changed. This Book seeks to be a handbook for every stakeholder who is interesting in how electronic evidence can be digitally produced and proved in accordance with law in India.