Bloomsbury Internet Law at Meripustak

Bloomsbury Internet Law

Books from same Author: Rodney D Ryder and Ashwin Madhavan

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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Rodney D Ryder and Ashwin Madhavan
    PublisherBloomsbury India
    Edition1st Edition
    ISBN9789387457294
    Pages266
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearOctober 2018

    Description

    Bloomsbury India Bloomsbury Internet Law by Rodney D Ryder and Ashwin Madhavan

    About the book
    In the present day when almost everything is digitalized, the role of Internet law becomes something that cannot be overlooked. This book focuses on the concept of law and policy in the Indian cyberspace and addresses the issue of jurisdiction in cyberspace. It also enumerates the significance of digital and electronic signature in the present world. The book comprehensively discusses about the concept of electronic evidence and its admissibility in India. The book also attempts to address the issue of data protection, privacy and corporate governance as well as various legal challenges in Internet banking.

    Key Features
    Conceptual guide in resolving the complexities of legal challenges faced by new media
    Examines the early evolution of Internet case law in the United States
    Critical analysis on the standing of India and other countries on digital and electronic signatures
    Analyses the admissibility of electronic evidence in India and the amendments made to the Bankers Book Evidence Act and the Indian Penal Code
    Addresses the issues of data protection, privacy and cyber crime