Cyber law University is currently offering three courses for online students. The said three courses shall consist of the following:
1. Diploma course on basic principles of cyberlaw.
2. Diploma course on cyberlaw in India
3. Diploma course in cyber crime and its regulation
Course 1. Diploma course in cyberlaw and its basic principles This diploma course shall aim to sensitize the student about the filed of cyberlaw and the basic principles connected or associated with the same.
The broad area that will be covered in the said course are as follows:
1.Origin of Internet and the World Wide Web
2.Evolution of the initial legal issues on the internet
3.Need for cyberlaw
4. Various definitions of cyberlaw State of UTAH and in the US and first cyberlaw of the world
5.Domain name disputes and cyber scouting
8.Uniform domain name dispute resolution policy of ICANN
9.Domain name judgment and cases under UTRP
16.Use of digital signatures
19.Social networking and legal principles concerning the same.
20.Responsibility and liability of network service providers.
21.Principles governing use of websites.
22.Copyright infringement on the network.
23.Trade mark infringement on the internet.
24.PEER – to peer networking and legal issues connected to the same.
27.Role of ICANN in administration of internet .
28.Emerging principles concerning cyberlaw in the world.
The University will be opening up its the said diploma for online students soon. Keep watching this place.
2. Diploma on cyber law in India
This diploma shall aim to educate student about the various issues pertaining to cyber law in India. Some of the broad topics that should be covered in the said diploma shall include the following:
1.Need for cyberlaw India
2.Information Technology Bill 1999
3.Information Technology Act 2000
4.Domain name disputes in India – Yahoo judgment
5.Domain name disputes within India
6.Information Technology Act 2000
7.Legality of electronic format
9.Digital signature resin in India
10.Statuary damages by way of compensation for civil liability
Cyber crimes under cyber Indian cyberlaw –
• Damage to computer source code
• Publishing optioning electronic information
• Breach of protected system
• Using digital signature certificates falls in ceratin particulars or for fraudulent purposes.
• Breach of privacy
• Liability of network service providers
• Investigation and prosecutions of cyber crime in India
• Reported cyber crime matter and convections
• Special nature of Indian cyber crime
• Jurisdiction and Indian cyberlaw
• Liability for corporate management for offences committed by companies
• Privacy in India
• Data protection in India
• Deficiencies of information technology act 2000
• Process of amending IT act 2000
• Information Technology Amendment act 2008
• Analysis of amendments effected by Information Technology amendment Act 2008
3. The third course will be new diploma course on cyber crime and its regulations. The Cyberlaw University will aim to educate the students about various topics and subject concerning cyber including the following:
• What are cyber crime?
. categories of cyber crime .
. evolution of cyber crime .
. statistics on cyber crime
• Different approaches on cyber crime
• National approaches v/s international prospective
• Cyber crime regulations in different countries
• Convention on cyber crime of a Council of Europe
• Significance of the convention and its various provisions
• Benefits of the convention
• Emerging cyber crimes in social networking including identity theft fishing, data mining, spiware, malware
• Span and cyber crime
• Major cyber crime cases across the world
• Important legislations impacting cyber crime in different jurisdictions and their relevant provisions
• Experience of national jurisdiction on regulating cyber crime
• Role of network service providers or providing data follow enforcement
• Traffic data and cyber crime • Jurisdictional issues and cyber crime
• Emerging trend pertaining to cyber crime
• Future of cyber crime regulation in the world
• Future of International Corporation in regulating cyber crime