Computers, Internet And New Technology Laws, 3rd Edition by Karnika Seth | 2021
Computers, Internet And New Technology Laws-A Comprehensive Reference Work With Special Focus On Developments In India
A comprehensive text, Computer Internet and New Technology Laws, aptly emphasises new laws, regulations, cases, concepts, events, and studies that have advanced cyber laws in the national and international domains. The book critically analyses the new trends that have affected the online world, such as Net Neutrality and growing crimes like trolling, sexting, and revenge porn. The judiciary, attorneys, law firms, law libraries, legislators, investigation agencies, international organisations, industry associations, e-commerce organisations, ITES companies, IT professionals, and IAW students will all find this treatise on cyber laws to be of great use.
Key Features of Computers, Internet And New Technology Laws:
- An in-depth analysis of the most recent advancements and current issues in cyber legislation.
- new laws and policies including the Consumer Protection Act of 2019, the Personal Data Protection Bill of 2019, and the Telecom Commercial Communication Customer Preference Regulations of 2018 are included and discussed.
- Significant rulings from the Supreme Court and High courts are included.
- highlights key legal changes, such as those relating to artificial intelligence, block chains, ransomware, and bitcoins
About the Author of Computers, Internet And New Technology Laws:
Karnika Seth is the managing partner of Seth Associates, an Indian legal firm, and is a well-known expert and lawyer in the field of cyber law. She represents clients before the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court of India, and she serves as an advisor to numerous business organisations and IT firms. Regarding her suggestions for creating a cyber law in India, the Lok Sabha and the Ministry of Information have formally consulted her. In accordance with the IT Act of 2000, she also serves as legal counsel to the Office of Comptroller of Certifying Authorities. She has also actively worked with Indian law enforcement officials to resolve numerous cybercrime cases. She frequently speaks on topics related to cyber law in both print and electronic media.
Additionally, she gives special talks to business entities, law enforcement agencies, the Central Bureau of Investigation, high government officials, and industry associations. She graduated from King's College, University of London, with a master's degree in corporate and commercial laws. On the occasion of Law Day in 2012, the then Chief Justice of India presented Ms. Seth with a Certificate of Honour for writing the first version of this book. At the 2015 Digital India Conclave, she was presented with the BIF's Digital Empowerment Award.
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