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CYBERLAW THE BEGINNINGS

In this course, the students will get to have understanding of how Cyberlaw as legal discipline evolved, what were the beginnings, what important developments in early days of Cyberlaw jurisprudence significantly impacting the growth and development of Cyberlaw as a discipline.

The students will further get to know how earlier developments in mid 1990s and 2000s impacted the shaping of Cyberlaw globally and how Cyberlaw as a discipline started evolving in different parts of the world.

If you would like to know more about this course, kindly log-on to the website www.cyberlawuniversity.com.  Cyberlaw University, as the name suggests, is an online University which has been functioning for nearly 10 years.  We have 22,000+ students from 168 countries who have already subscribed to our various courses. There are more than 25 courses presently dealing with cutting-edge issues.  These courses are certainly appropriate in the present scenario.  We would like to invite you to browse through various courses offered by Cyberlaw University.  May be, you would come across with some other courses that would interest you e.g. Darknet, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain etc.  You may try our free course entitled “Glimpses of Cyberlaw Through Courses” before enrolling yourself in the paid course.

Cyberlaw University @ YouTube

Honorary Chancellor’s Blog

Cyber Law Books

Podcast on Artificial Intelligence Law – Ethics, Privacy & Legalities by Vice Chancellor

Vice Chancellor’s Blog

Web Meetings organized by Cyberlaw University

Web Meetings addressed by Dr. Pavan Duggal

Online Cyberlaw Research Paper Competition