A new treatise on the legal jurisprudence concerning legal framework on electronic commerce is being released in India. The Book entitled “LEGAL FRAMEWORKS ON ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND IPR IN CYBERSPACE” has been authored by Pavan Duggal, Asia’s and India’s renowned and foremost expert and authority in Cyberlaw, who has also the credit of doing pioneering work in the field of Mobile law.
With the advancement of Technology, Cyberlaw is a constantly evolving discipline and there is need to re-look the existing Cyberlaw frameworks for the purposes of filling up the lacunae and also improving the existing legal frameworks concerning the electronic ecosystem and also electronic commerce, mobile commerce, electronic governance and protection and preservation of Intellectual Property Rights in cyberspace.
This Book is the most authoritative Book on the evolution, development and current state of legal frameworks on electronic commerce and intellectual property rights in cyberspace as also various legal, policy and regulatory issues connected with use of the computers, computer systems, computer networks, computer resources and communication devices, digital and mobile ecosystem.
This book further reveals the complexities and nuances pertaining to the emerging trends concerning cyberlaw. This Book further looks at what are the challenges being faced by the Indian legal regime while regulating computers, computer systems, computer networks, computer resources and communication devices and further looks at the deficiencies of the Indian approach in dealing with it.
This Book is the first of its kind, which specifically deals with legal, policy and regulatory issues pertaining to use of computers, computer systems, computer networks, computer resources and communication devices. This Book is standing guide for all stakeholders in India who are covered under the Indian Cyberlaw in terms of the respective rights, duties and obligations which they are expected to perform within the parameters of the law.
This Book is an absolute must for all legal practitioners, law libraries, IT companies, internet service providers and operators, all companies offering their services in the electronic ecosystem and all users of computers, computer systems, computer networks, computer resources and communication devices in India.