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Cyber Law Simplified By Vivek Sood Ebook


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Cyber Law Simplified By Vivek Sood Ebook

Cyber Law Simplified has presented the cyber laws governing India in a simplified format, rather than in the legal jargon that internet users in the country cannot relate to. What is interesting is that besides articulating the various features of the IT Act, 2000 the books goes forward to explain several other laws and their interplay with the IT Act, 2000. This helps to provide the user with a comprehensive approach to issues dealing with cyber crimes, contract violations, online fraud, etc.

This book neither contains the philosophy of cyber law nor is it a yet another legal commentary meant only for the legal community. It presents an analysis of the cyber law in India in a simplified form, offering a clear understanding of the subject to the IT community and to the lay netizens, besides the legal fraternity. The book has been written keeping in view the many cyber-legal issues and problems the e-commerce players, such as dot coms, Internet Service Providers (ISPS), software businesses, IT consultants, and corporates having IT as an integral part of their systems, are frequently confronted with. It also covers the issues they are likely to face head-on, once just another fraction of the potential of e-commerce is unleashed on the globe.


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