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This book describes various concepts associated with Information Technology law with great clarity and up to date information in lucid style and easy to understand language. It gives easy insight into key concepts of cyber law as well as technology with practical illustrations and examples. It has remarkable educative value authenticated by deep research with further references appropriately acknowledged.
The book first introduces the reader to the important provisions of Information Technology Act, 2000 along with amendments and then further informs reader about intricacies of technical and legal aspects with precision as well as clarity. Chapters are arranged from viewpoint of readers, according to their utility in their day to day life. The screenshots of web portals help reader in easily understanding the context. The important topics of significant practical use like emails and offences related to email, digital signature, e-governance in India, digital evidence etc. have been elaborately discussed.
This book is designed primarily as a reference book for the students, lawyers, police officers and those responsible for investigation of cyber crimes, government officers implementing e-governance,
m-governance and for candidates appearing for various competitive and banking exams. However even lay man would find it simple, interesting and full of informative value. It can be used by anyone as handbook in understanding the Information Technology law in India.
Dr Sujata Sanjay Pawar, B.Com,LL.M,NET,SET,PhD is presently working as an officiating Principal in Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara, in Maharashtra State. She has teaching experience of more than 22 years and she has designed courses covering cyber law and information technology. She is associated with various curriculum framing bodies and is member of Senate in Shivaji University. She has presented numerous papers in national and state level conferences and published research work in national and international journals.
Yogesh Prasad Kolekar, BAL,LL.M,NET is Assistant Professor in the Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara, with teaching experience of more than 5 years and is Coordinator of the Cyber law and Career oriented Courses. He possesses profound knowledge of law as well as information technology and is keen observer of its implementation in India and abroad. He has published many research articles and is successfully conducting various courses for law students.