The developing law of jurisdiction must address whether a particular event in Cyberspace is controlled by the laws of the state or country where the web site is located, by the laws of the state or country where the ISP is located, by the laws of the state or country where the user is located, or perhaps by all of these laws. Cyberlaw is a term that encapsulates the legal issues related to use of communicative, transactional, and distributive aspects of networked information devices and technologies. It is less a distinct field of law in the way that property or contract are, as it is a domain covering many areas of law and regulation. Some leading topics include intellectual property, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction. Cyber law encompasses cyber crimes, electronic commerce, freedom of expression, intellectual property rights, jurisdiction issues and choice of law, and privacy rights. This book discusses the nature and impact of cyber arms race and deals with the methods that have proven to be effective in law enforcement.
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About the Author
Rajendra Biswal, b.1975, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, did his B.Tech, M.Tech, LL.B, possesses prolong teaching experience of seventeen years and wrote several articles. He has travelled widely and also a visiting faculty at a reputed private computer institute. He has attended several seminars, workshops and conferences.