INTERNATIONAL CYBERLAW CERTIFICATION COURSE

International Certificate Course on Cyberlaw – Your Gateway to the ever expanding Horizon of Cyberlaw Jurisprudence

Language: ENGLISH

Instructors: DR. PAVAN DUGGAL

Duration: 12 WEEKS

Price: ₹ 1,05,000

 

Why this course?

Description

A truly international course which opens the doors to varied developments happening on the Cyberlaw horizon. 

This course will sensitize you about the emerging cyber legal issues, topics and aspects at global level and how they are sought to be regulated and addressed by stakeholders in the international arena. 

The International Certificate Course on Cyberlaw pushes you to discover more about cyber legal aspects, challenges and perspectives. 

A truly enrichen course which encourages you to dive deep into the emerging Cyberlaw trends by providing the enabling access to gateway of Cyberlaw jurisprudence.

The course which could open up new doors of Cyberlaw jurisprudence for you in the coming times.

A course which takes you to the broad ambit of current day issues engaging the attention of Cyberlaw experts and stakeholders at the international plane.

Course Curriculum

    WEEK 1:- CYBERLAW- CONCEPT, ORIGINS AND TRADITIONAL GROWTH

    a) Cyberlaw

    b) Early Developments In Cyberlaw Jurisprudence

    c) Role Of UNCITRAL Model Laws On Electronic Commerce And Electronic Signatures

    d) Initial Focus On Granting Legality To Electronic Format And Electronic Commerce

    e) Enabling Legal Frameworks

    f) Electronic Contracts

    g) Electronic Signatures

    h) Different National Cyber Laws

    i) Key Thrust Areas Of Cyberlaw

    WEEK 2:- CYBERLAW- NATIONAL APPROACHES

    a) UNCITRAL Model Laws on Electronic Commerce and Electronic Signatures

    b) UNCTAD Cyberlaw Tracker

    c) Cyberlaws.Net Cyberlaw Repository

    d) Differing variations in national approaches

    e) Broad Principles in Cyberlaw

    f) National interest and cyber legal framework

    g) Exchange of information and cooperation on Cybercrimes and Cyber Security

    h) Bilateral cooperation mechanisms

    i) Data localization and its regulation

    WEEK 3 – CYBER SOVEREIGNTY& CYBERLAW

    a) Sovereignty & Cyberspace

    b) Definition of Cyber Sovereignty

    c) Completing Theories on Cyber Sovereignty

    d) Challenges of Cyber Sovereignty

    e) Cyber Sovereignty & Cyber Security

    f) Chinese and Russian Experience In Cyber Sovereignty

    g) Vietnam Approach on Cyber Sovereignty

    WEEK 4 – FAKE NEWS AND CYBERLAW

    a) Fake News – Concept & Definition

    b) Fake News & Cyberlaw

    c) Fake News, Cybercrimes & Cyber Security

    d) Challenges thrown up by Fake News Globally

    e) Fake News & Privacy

    f) Fake News, Attribution & Internet Jurisdiction

    g) Lack of International Law on Fake News

    h) National Approaches to Regulate Fake News

    i) Reliance on National Penal Laws to Regulate Fake News

    j) Specific Cyber Legal Issues posed by Fake News During COVID-19 Times Infodemic

    WEEK 5 – FREE SPEECH, PRIVACY AND CYBERLAW

    a) Free Speech and Expression in Cyberspace & Cyberlaw

    i) Freedoms in Cyber space & issues

    ii) Position pertaining to freedom of speech and expression jurisprudence across the world

    iii) Significance of freedom of speech and expression on the Internet

    iv) Salient elements to constitute freedom of speech and expression on the Internet

    b) Privacy Issues, Access Rights & Cyberlaw

    i) Right to privacy

    ii) Existing right to privacy in the actual world

    iii) Kind of privacy issues existing in the digital ecosystem and on the Internet

    iv) Relationship between privacy and access rights

    WEEK 6 – BLOCKCHAIN, CRYPTO ASSETS AND CYBERLAW

    a) Blockchain and Salient Features

    b) Blockchain, its regulation & Cyberlaw

    c) National laws on regulating Blockchains, Bitcoins, crypto-assets and crypto-currencies

    d) Belarus crypto-currencies law

    e) 3 Blockchain laws of Malta

    f) Blockchain law in Estonia & Switzerland

    g) Bitcoins and its legalities

    h) Indian ban on bitcoins and Supreme Court Judgment in IAMAI v/s RBI

    i) New emerging trends on Blockchain regulation

    WEEK 7 – CYBER LAW AND CYBERCRIME REGULATION- SALIENT ELEMENTS AND ISSUES

    a) Regulation of Cybercrimes under Cyberlaw frameworks

    b) Cybercrimes and their regulation globally

    c) Kinds of cybercrimes targeting persons, property and nations and emerging cybercrimes and examples

    d) Legalities concerning Ransomware as a cybercrime

    e) Challenges with respect to detection, investigation and prosecution of Cybercrimes

    f) Electronic evidence, collection, preservation, production and proof

    g) Differing national strategies on electronic evidence laws

    h) Poor Cybercrime convictions rate across the world & related reasons

    WEEK 8 – CYBERLAW – KEY THRUST AREAS

    a) Freedom and Rights in Cyberspace & Cyberlaw – Issues & Challenges

    b) Internet jurisdiction

    c) Electronic governance and related issues in cyberspace

    d) Intermediary liability

    e) Cloud Computing & Cyberlaw

    f) Child Protection & Cyberlaw

    g) Regulation of social media

    WEEK 9 – INTERCEPTION, ENCYRPTION, DARKNET AND CYBERLAW

    a) Interception, monitoring, decryption & blocking

    b) Encryption

    c) Darknet & Current Legal Issues

    d) Legal Challenges posed by Darknet

    e) Regulation of Cybercrime on Darknet

    f) Important latest cases

    WEEK 10 – BIG DATA, DATA PROTECTION, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND CYBERLAW

    a) Big Data & Cyberlaw – Issues & Challenges

    b) Data Protection & Cyberlaw – Issues & Challenges

    c) Intellectual Property Rights & Cyberlaw – Issues & Challenges

    WEEK 11 – INTERNET OF THINGS AND CYBERLAW

    a) Internet of Things & Salient features

    b) Internet of Things regulation through Cyberlaw frameworks

    c) New dedicated laws on regulating Internet of Things

    d) California Internet of Things law

    e) UK Internet of Things guidelines

    f) Challenges in regulating Internet of Things

    g) Internet of Things and Cyber Security

    h) Internet jurisdiction and Internet of Things

    i) Internet of Things & Data Protection

    j) Internet of Things & Privacy, both personal privacy and data privacy

    WEEK 12 – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, COVID-19 TIMES DEVELOPMENTS AND EMERGING CYBERLAW TRENDS

    a) Artificial Intelligence – Introduction & Concept

    b) Cyberlaw and Artificial Intelligence

    c) Cyberlaw developments in COVID-19 times

    d) COVID-19 and its impact on Future Developments in Cyberlaw

    e) Cyberlaw Rules, Regulations passed in COVID-19 times

    f) New Cyber World Order Post COVID-19

    g) Cyber Security- a subject of growing concern in Cyberlaw

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