Computer Internet and New Technology Laws, Second Edition, is a comprehensive work that aptly highlights new laws, policies, cases, concepts, events and studies that have evolved cyber laws in the national and international spheres. It specially focuses on the development of laws in India including new bills and guidelines that were passed such as Electronic Delivery of Service Bill, 213, the cabinet approval of the New Consumer Protection Bill 215 and the new guidelines for the introduction of e-authentication technique using Aadhar-eKYC services. It also discusses land mark cases, including Shreya Singhaiv UOI, which struck down Section 66A of the IT Act, 2 as unconstitutional and Anwar Vs P.K Basheer which clarified the law on appreciation of electronic evidence in India. The book critically examines the emerging crimes such as trolling, sexting, and revenge porn and new developments such as Net Neutrality that have impacted the cyber world. The appendices cover recent amendments and new Rules related to Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 212, National Cyber Security Policy 213, IPR policy, Guidelines for Foreign Direct Investment in India, Directives on Consumer Rights, Regulation on Data Protection Rules within European Union and more. The book is a treatise on Cyber laws which will be of immense value to the judiciary, lawyers, law firms, law libraries, legislators, investigation agencies, international organisations, industry associations, e commerce businesses, ITES companies, IT professionals and Iaw students.
"N S Nappinai is an Advocate practising at the Supreme Court of India and Bombay High Court. A pioneer in Cyber Laws, Ms Nappinai handles complex international and domestic litigations pertaining to Constitutional, Criminal and Commercial laws. Her repertoire of cases handled since 1991 includes white-collar offences; constitutional challenges; protecting IP in films, gaming and software; cyber crimes data breaches, online offences, cyber frauds and commercial litigations, through innovative strategies. She undertakes corporate transactions involving private equity and debt structuring, technology transfers and IPR, and advises on data protection laws across jurisdictions. Ms Nappinai lends her expertise in Cyber laws and in particular cyber crimes, electronic evidence and IPR for training Judiciary (including from SAARC), Government, Armed forces, Intelligence and Police officials and Industry. She contributed to the Law Commission in drafting the Indian legislation for establishing Commercial Courts in 2015. She is on the advisory board of several organisations. A Chevening (UK) and IVLP (USA) alumni, Ms Nappinai has addressed sessions at international events including at the UK House of Commons, USA, Singapore, Malta and Spain. Ms Nappinai is a mediator trained inter alia at WIPO, Geneva. The author may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org."