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|This book captures the essence of the Information Technology Act, 2000 like no other book. It has been written lucidly with examples, anecdotes, and diagrams, which the readers may not find in any other book of this genre. A section-wise commentary on the IT Act, 2000, this book discusses and analyses in great detail different aspects related to the subject and the challenges posed by information technology. Issues related to cyber-crime, virtual currency (bitcoin), Internet blocking, sexting, child pornography, surveillance, cyber terrorism, encryption, digital India, social media, cyber security have been discussed in the legal context. Further, considering the nature of the subject and the international perspective this book includes a comparative analysis of corresponding provisions in other jurisdictions to render an in-depth view to readers.
Hundreds of judgments, including that of Shreya Singhal, Aadhaar, Bazee, etc. have been interwoven seamlessly to provide a unique learning experience to the readers, who would appreciate the way judges have been weaving technology with judicial wisdom and coming out with judicial interpretation of various facets of technology.
This book shall be of great help to students, academicians, researchers, judges, law practitioners and even to laymen to know more about ever expanding boundaries of cyber laws!
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