UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE COURSE ON CYBERLAW

Your practical approach reference of Indian Cyberlaw and how it impact upon your daily cyberspace activities in India

Language: ENGLISH

Instructors: DR. PAVAN DUGGAL

Duration: 12 WEEKS

Price: ₹ 12,000

 

Why this course?

Description

The Undergraduate Course on Cyberlaw is a Course that aims to sensitize stakeholders about basic principles and nuances pertaining to Cyberlaw as an evolving discipline. As we have already begun starting using the digital format and as we do various activities in the online space, we have to quickly realize that our acts are governed under the Indian Cyberlaw. India has been one of the earliest nations in the world to come up with its Cyberlaw being the Indian Information Technology Act, 2000. 

This Course is for all Indian students, Indian professionals and other stakeholders in the Indian digital ecosystem. This Course aims to sensitize users in India about Cyberlaw in India and how Cyberlaw impacts various activities in India. This Course further sensitize the students on how Cyberlaw is evolving in different thrust areas in India, what are the cutting-edge developments in Cyberlaw in India and how Indian stakeholders can be more prepared legally to deal with various challenges thrown up by cyberspace.

This 12 Weeks Course aims to sensitize the students about broad key tends concerning Cyberlaw in India. After doing the Course, the students will be in far more better and informed position to deal with complex legal challenges concerning their activities in cyberspace and the electronic ecosystem.

Course Curriculum

    WEEK 1- CYBERLAW IN INDIA, BEGINNINGS AND EARLY GROWTH

    a) Cyberlaw – Definition & Concept

    b) Salient Features Of Cyberlaw

    c) Lack Of International Cyberlaw

    d) UNCITRAL Model Law On Electronic Commerce & Electronic Signatures

    e) Indian Information Technology Act, 2000

    f) Coverage, Ambit And Applicability Of The Indian Information Technology Act, 2000

    WEEK 2- ELECTRONIC CONTRACTS, ELECTRONIC AUTHENTICATION AND ELECTRONIC GOVERNANCE LEGALITIES

    a) Concept Of Electronic Contracts And Legalities -Section 6 IT Act

    b) Concept Of Electronic Authentication Through Digital Signatures And Electronic Signatures

    c) Retention Requirements Under The Indian Cyberlaw

    d) Legality Of Electronic Format In India – Section 4 IT Act

    e) Electronic Authentication In India – Section 5 IT Act

    f) Digital Signature Regime In India

    g) Common Myths About Retention Of Electronic Records And Legal Position

    h) Duration Of Electronic Retention – Current Ambiguity In The Law And Prescription By Various Agencies

    i) Misuse Of Digital Signatures – Cases

    j) Controller Of Certifying Authority And Its Role In Indian Cyberlaw

    k) Lack Of Direct Provision On Data Protection The Indian Cyberlaw

    WEEK 3- TORTIOUS LIABILITY FOR COMPUTER RELATED ACTS

    a) Damages And Compensation For Computer Related Acts

    b) Concept Of Sensitive Personal Data

    c) Reasonable Security Procedures And Sensitive Personal Data

    d) Unlimited Damages For Negligence In Dealing, Handling And Processing Sensitive Personal Data

    e) Concept Of Personal Information And Sensitive Personal Data Under The Indian Cyberlaw

    f) Reasonable Security Practices For Sensitive Personal Information

    g) Unlimited Damages For Negligence In Dealing, Handling Or Processing Sensitive Personal Data – Section 43A IT Act

    h) Tortious Liability For Computer Related Acts – Section 43 IT Act

    i) Important Cases in this regard

    WEEK 4- CYBERCRIME IN INDIA AND ITS REGULATION

    a) Cybercrimes In India and Their Regulation

    b) Cybercrime under the Indian Cyberlaw 

    c) Cybercrime under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 

    d) Advent of Covid-19 and its impact on Cyberlaw 

    e) No Dedicated law on Cybercrime regulation in India

    f) Section 65 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

    g) Hacking as cybercrime 

    h) Pornography as cybercrime and its regulation

    i) Breach of Protected System 

    j) Penalty for misrepresentation and Cybercrime

    k) Publication of Digital Signature for fraudulent purposes

    l) Extra-territorial applicability of Indian Cyberlaw 

    m) Power of Confiscation and cybercrime 

    n) Power to investigate cybercrimes 

    o) 2008 Amendments on Bailability of Cybercrimes

    p) Section 66 and 43 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

    q) Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 

    r) Dishonestly retaining stolen computer resource or communication device

    s) Identity Theft as cybercrime 

    t) Cheating by personation by using computer resource

    u) Violation of privacy as cybercrime 

    v) Cyber terrorism as cybercrime

    w) Publication and transmission of any records containing sexually explicit act

    x) Child pornography as cybercrime

    y) Arif Azim – India’s first cybercrime conviction

    WEEK 5 - INTERMEDIARY LIABILITY

    a) Intermediary – An Introduction 2.48

    b) Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

    c) Challenges posed by Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 from 2000 to 2008

    d) Practical cases impacting intermediary

    e) Baazee.com case and its impact

    f) 2008 amendments to the Information Technology Act, 2000

    g) Expanded concept of intermediary

    h) Extensive broad ambit and definition of intermediaries

    i) Amended section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

    j) Constitutional validity of Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000

    k) Need for new parameters of due diligence

    l) Need for amending legal position on intermediary

    WEEK 6 - CYBER SECURITY RELATED REQUIREMENTS

    a) Cyber security coverage in Indian Cyberlaw

    b) Cyber security provisions under the Indian Information Technology Act, 2000

    c) International developments on cyber security law and lack of dedicated Indian law on cyber security

    d) Cyber security compliances by intermediary

    e) Reasonable security practices and procedures

    f) Cyber security reporting requirements in India

    g) Protection of India’s Critical Information Infrastructure

    WEEK 7- DATA PROTECTION, DATA LOCALIZATION & JURISDICTION

    a) Data protection and Cyberlaw

    b) Data protection provisions under the Indian Cyberlaw

    c) Justice B. N. Srikrishna Committee and data protection

    d) Covid-19 learnings on data protection

    e) Data localization – international and Indian position

    f) Jurisdiction under the Indian Cyberlaw

    WEEK 8- PRIVACY, DIGITAL PRIVACY AND LEGAL FRAMEWORKS IN INDIA

    a) Privacy under Indian Cyberlaw

    b) Justice Puttaswamy judgment and Right to Privacy in Electronic Ecosystem

    c) Mobile application and digital privacy

    WEEK 9- SOCIAL MEDIA AND REGULATION IN INDIA

    a) Increasing importance of social media in India

    b) Regulation of misuse of social media

    c) Provisions impacting social media in Indian Cyberlaw

    d) Supreme Court judgment and impact on social media

    WEEK 10- AADHAAR ECOSYSTEM AND ITS REGULATION IN INDIA

    a) The Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016

    b) Supreme Court on Aadhaar

    c) Aadhaar and Other Laws (Amendment) Act, 2019

    WEEK 11- COVID19, AROGYA SETU, APPS AND OTHER CYBER LEGAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

    a) Advent of Covid-19 and its massive impact on Cyberspace

    b) ArogyaSetu App as India’s COVID-19 Contact tracing app and legal issues

    c) Blocking Power & App Economy in India

    WEEK 12- INADEQUACIES OF LAW AND NEED FOR MORE ENABLING AMENDMENTS & FUTURE TRENDS EMERGING IN INDIA

    a) Increasing Cyber Security Breaches Globally And In India – Figures

    b) Increasing Cyber Attacks On Indian Networks

    c) Need For Amending Indian Cyberlaw

    d) Indian Cyberlaw Needs To Constantly Evolve

How to Use

After successful purchase, this item would be added to your courses.You can access your courses in the following ways :

  • From the computer, you can access your courses after successful login
  • For other devices, you can access your library using this web app through browser of your device.

Reviews

Powered By Spayee