Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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Interesting, meaningful and expressive. Today, organizations are grappling with the cyber-legal ramifications of their strategies and policies. The book seeks to address this need in a lucid manner and is therefore an asset for decision-makers who may not have a strong foundation in law. In particular, the implications of the Information Technology Act, 2000 have been explained in an easy-to-understand language. On the whole, a book for the times ahead.
N R Narayana Murthy
Chairman and CEO
Infosys Technologies Limited
India is in the midst of a cyber-legal-commercial revolution. In order to provide a smooth transition for e-commerce and e-governance, the IT Act, 2000 has been enacted by the Indian Parliament. The Act provides a legal framework for e-commerce and is a step towards facilitating and enforcing legal discipline.
Cyber Law Simplified presents a harmonious analysis of the key provisions of the TI Act, 2000 in consonance with the relevant aspects of several other laws of the land which impact jurisdiction in the cyber work. The book offers solutions to critical cyber-legal problems and would facilitate legal planning, decision making and cyber-legal compliance in the e-world. The simple and reader friendly style of writing would provide a clear understanding of the subject to managers in the areas of systems, business, legal, tax or human resources; CEOs; COOs; CTOs; and IT consultants. Professionals like chartered accountants, company secretaries and lawyers would also find the book useful.