About the Book

The Information and Communication Technologies have become a lifeline for e- Trade, e- Commerce, M-Commerce, e- Communication and e- Governance in 21st century. In contemporary scenario Cyberspace, Internet, E-Commerce, Social- Networking Portal and the web in the lap of new Information and Communication Technologies have been developing at an amazing rate.

From a small group of American scientists, military and government workers twenty five years ago, the Net (Internet) now has a population of millions across the globe affecting human formation of different classes, cultural types, multiple backgrounds and diverse interests. The borderless and uncertain framework of technological arena has provided a fertile platform for violation of Cyber etiquette.

Major emerging challenges in the age of cyber space are ranging from the Dark Net Jurisprudence, online arbitration and dispute settlement, digital copyright, digital medicines, online relationships and so on. This edited book examines the symbiotic relationship between Law and Technological revolution.

An environment characterized by rapid technological evolution has posed unanswered issues in front of Indian Legal Jurisprudence. These challenges are: legal uncertainty, legal vacuum, legal process and legal delay. Legal lethargic response over the application of existing and traditional law to newly emerging technology catalyzes the cyber crime and the collection of digital evidences in the virtual space.

The objective of this edited book is to examine the emerging dimensions in Cyber law, to fill up the vacuum where new law is required to be introduced and to encode the suggestions by scholars, academicians, young legal minds and professionals working in the field. Edited book will be published by the best Law Publisher of the country or reputed international Publisher.

Sub-themes
  • Regulation of Cyberspace: Socio-Legal Perspective
  • Freedom of Speech in Cyberspace
  • Dark Net Jurisprudence
  • Cyber Security Challenges in Cyberspace
  • Data Privacy in Cyberspace and the Constitution of India
  • Cyberstalking and Social Media
  • Demonetization and e-Banking Challenges
  • Bitcoins and Law
  • Investigation in Internet Crimes
  • Cyber Forensics and Indian Evidence Law O Digital Evidence and the Indian Evidence Law
  • Copyright Issues in Cyberspace
  • Social Networking Websites and Cyber crimes
  • Any Theme related to Cyber Law
Submission Guidelines

All submissions are to be made via e-mail as word documents (preferably Microsoft Word 2007 or 2010).

Authors can submit their manuscripts to Editors at abpathan@ddn.upes.ac.in or gkaur@ddn.upes.ac.in

Submission Deadlines

Submission Of Abstracts: 15th May, 2018

Final submission Of Full Paper: 15th July, 2018

Authors who do not follow these guidelines may have their submission returned to them without being reviewed.

For details, view the official notification given here.

 

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