The Editorial Board of the Indian Student Law Review [ISLR]; ISSN 2249-439, is pleased to invite original, unpublished manuscripts for publication in the 2017-2018 issue of the journal in the form of Articles, Notes and Book Reviews. The manuscripts must pertain to the field of Human Rights law and its relation with other areas of law.The deadline for all submissions is 26th February, 2018. Continue reading
By Sunidhi Singh, Army Institute of Law, Mohali.
“Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master.”
–Christian Lous Lange
Computers were invented to help human beings perform tough and time consuming tasks accurately, within seconds and the internet was developed as a research and information sharing tool. However, our present situation is a total reverse. Today’s techno-savvy world, though sophisticated, is also a hub of several misdeeds. `Cybercrime’ is growing dangerously in a technical age where computers are used as a weapon to commit real world crimes. Continue reading
LexQuest is pleased to announce the third batch for LexQuest’s Online Course on Cyber Law.
In recent years, the use of computers and internet has risen. Computers are now an integral and indispensable part of any professional, commercial and industrial activity. The development of information technology continues to give rise to novel and complex legal problems related to the use of internet and computers. Cyber Law is the law regulating cyber space and it is continuously evolving with every passing day. Even the most learned legal luminaries find it difficult to solve the legal problems posed by technology.
The Online Certificate Course offered by LexQuest, intends to spread awareness among the general public about Cyber Laws and it is specifically beneficial to the lawyer community who face such cases on regular basis. The scope and ambit of the course is very vast and covers varied aspects related to Cyber Law issues, which involve the use of computer or internet. This program highlights Cyber Laws in the areas of Electronic Commerce, e-Governance, Intellectual Property, Data Security and Cyber Crimes. Continue reading
With each passing minute, we experience the pervasiveness of digitisation; which in turn leads to increasing reliability of the humankind on the use of Internet.
Internet being vulnerable to attacks and abuse has left many unanswered questions in the minds of the people.
Symbiosis Law School, Pune seeks to mandate a platform for enthusiastic law students by organizing this event. Continue reading
By Pragya Dhoundiyal, Law Center-1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University.
The government of India recently came up with a draft of the National Encryption Policy which is also in place in many other countries. However, our draft has been compared to the drafts of some of the regressive countries of the Middle East because it appeared to be a backward looking policy. The stakeholders and the public were invited for their insightful comments on the same; the last date for which was 16th October, 2015. But it was written off with such strong emotions of the experts and the public alike, that the government had to call it back. The government has accepted that there did exist certain ambiguities and at the same time had given the assurance that the requisite changes would be made. Since, it has not been made clear as to what changes exactly is the government contemplating, the public at large remains apprehensive. Continue reading
By Shrutika Garg, Jamnalal Bajaj School of Legal Studies, Banasthali Vidyapith.
The technological era has led to so many changes in the lifestyle of people. But it has also opened doors for criminal offenders. Earlier, there was a crime called stalking, which meant following someone, or annoying them to cause trouble. This stalking was seen in the small colonies, cities, etc. In this digital era, when people can easily reach any corner of the world, this crime has taken a different form, called Cyber Stalking. Cyberstalking is the use of Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, a group, or an organisation. It may include defaming the person, libel or slander, or imposing false accusations with a desire to control, intimidate or influence the victim. Women and children are the biggest targets of such offenders. Continue reading
By Anmol Sinha, Symbiosis Law School
Everything in this world evolves. The rule and regulations governing the society has changed down the centuries, so has the mode of commission of crimes. Cyber crime is an example of it. With the advent of internet and information technology, the commission of digital crimes is the new form which is increasing at an alarming rate. Almost all the companies nowadays provided their goods and services online which further makes digital arena a lucrative place for commission of an offence. Continue reading
By Aishwarya Dhakarey, Symbiosis Law School, Pune.
In simple words, inviting funds from multiple investors for a specific social cause or project or undertaking and all this takes place in a web-based platform or a social networking website. Crowd funding is sub divided into various types namely, donation crowd funding, reward crowd funding, peer-to-peer lending and equity crowd funding. Nevertheless, the scope of this piece is restricted to Equity Crowd funding. It is a fact that crowdfunding is technologically assisted and social media enabled. Continue reading
LexQuest is pleased to announce the second batch for LexQuest’s Online Course on Cyber Law.
In recent years, the use of computers and internet has risen and now, computers are an integral and indispensable part of any professional, commercial and industrial activity. The development of information technology continues to give rise to novel and complex legal problems related to the use of internet and computers. Cyber Law is the law regulating the cyber space and it is still in a nascent stage and continuously evolving every passing day. Even the most learned legal luminaries find it difficult to solve the legal problems posed by technology.
The Online Certificate Course offered by LexQuest, intends to spread awareness among the general public about the cyber law and it is specifically beneficial to the lawyer community who face cases on a daily basis. The scope and ambit of the course is very vast and covers every aspect of the Cyber Law related issues, which involves the use of computer or internet. This program highlights Cyber Laws in the areas of Electronic Commerce, e-Governance, Intellectual Property, Data Security and Cyber Crimes.
Duration of Course: 2 Months (1st April, 2015-30th May, 2015)
Exam dates: 1st June, 2015-3rd June, 2015. (You can choose any date as per your convenience.) Continue reading
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Cyber Warfare and Digital Forensic
– Anti-Forensic Techniques
– Malware Forensic
– Cyber Forensic
– Honeynet Technologies
– SCADA Security
– Cyber warfare Politics
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