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International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime

The International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime was took place on 13th March, 2014 at India International Centre, New Delhi, India.

OBJECTIVES

  • To identify the emerging #Cyberlaw trends and jurisprudence impacting #cyberspace in today’s scenario.
  • To create far more awareness about the newly emerging kinds of #cybercrimes that are impacting all stakeholders in the digital and mobile ecosystem.
  • To identify the areas in #cyber crimes where #Cyberlaw needs to be further evolved so as to meet with the expectation and needs of the relevant stakeholders of the digital and #mobile ecosystem.
  • To work in the direction of creating an international network of #cybercrimes and cyber-legal law professionals which could then be an important voice in the further development of #cybercrimes and #Cyberlaw jurisprudence across the world.

The International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime was aim to look at the emerging legal, policy and regulatory issues pertaining to cyberspace and #cybercrimes.

Cyber crimes are now beginning to impact corporates in their new avatar. What are the major international Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime trends? What kind of new  manifestations of #cybercrimes are beginning to emerge that corporate need to be careful of? What international best practices need to be kept in mind by corporates for protecting themselves from being victims of #cybercrimes? What kind of overall anti-cybercrime strategies do corporates need to have in place? These and a variety of other issues were sought to be addressed in the International Conference on  #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime.

Conference Theme

The following are some of the important and topical subjects in Cyberlaw and Cybercrime which are relevant at the time of holding of the Conference.  It is expected that some or many of these subjects could be covered within the various sessions of the Conference.  

Thursday, 13th March 2014

THEME-1

Cyberlaw-Existing Cyber Legal Issues, Regimes And Challenges

This Theme will examine existing Cyberlaw regime across the world and would look at appropriate emerging challenges concerning Cyberlaw.

This Theme would propose to cover the following:

  • Position of Cyberlaw as a discipline post Snowden
  • Social Media And Data Protection
  • Data privacy and personal privacy
  • Jurisdiction issues impacting cyberspace
  • Role of the cyber legal regimes for supporting interception, blocking, decryption and monitoring
  • Latest Developments of the jurisprudential concept of property in cyberspace
  • Free speech and expression on the Internet and connected cyber legal issues
  • Evolution of latest trends concerning human rights in cyberspace and the Internet
  • Latest trends concerning Protection of children in cyberspace
  • Current existing trends pertaining to development of jurisprudence concerning Intellectual Property Rights in cyberspace
  • Emerging challenges impacting electronic and mobile commerce
  • Spam and related jurisprudence
  • Development of jurisprudence concerning mobiles and mobile applications
  • Cyber Security and Cyberlaw
  • Electronic payment and electronic banking related Cyberlaw jurisprudence
  • Existing and future trends in electronic authentication
  • Online defamation and appropriate remedies
  • Impact of wearable technologies on Cyberlaw jurisprudence
  • The advent of new crypto currencies and digital currencies and connected cyber-legal jurisprudence
  • Protection and preservation of confidentiality of data in the digital ecosystem
  • Cyber safety and evolving Cyberlaw jurisprudence
  • Gaming, gamification and connected legal issues concerning digital games
  • E-commerce emerging legal challenges
  • M-commerce emerging legal challenges
  • Outsourcing and its impact on Cyberlaw
  • Emergence of big data and connected legal and policy issues
  • Cloud computing and connected legalities
  • Online mediation, arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanisms as a vehicle for development of cyber jurisprudence 

THEME 2

Liabilities of Intermediaries, Service Providers and Corporates in today’s scenario- The Current and Future Paths

This Theme will look at liabilities of service providers, intermediaries and connected cyber-legal jurisprudence.  This Theme will look at the liability of Telecom Service Providers, Network Service Providers, Internet Service Providers, Web Hosting Service Providers, Search Engines, Online Payment Sites, Online-Auction Sites, Online Market Places and Cyber Cafes for third party content. Some of the areas that are proposed to be covered under the said Theme would include the following:-

  • Service Providers & Corporates – Their Liability For Third Party Data
  • Their Roles And Responsibilities In The Digital And Mobile Ecosystem
  • Position of current cyberlegal regimes and the way forward
  • Emerging jurisprudence and case law concerning liability of intermediaries and service providers for cyber criminal activities and for unwarranted and illegal third-party data and content made available by them on their platforms. 
  • The Compliances for service providers And Consequences For Non-Compliance With The Existing Laws 
  • International Best Practices That Service Providers And Corporates Need To Keep In Mind 
  • Comparative analysis of different positions adopted by different countries concerning liability of intermediary in different jurisdictions. 
  • The responsibility to retain and protect data in the electronic form without tampering or manipulating the same in any manner whatsoever. 
  • The duty of service providers to provide mandatory information to the Government or other governmental authorities on demand. 
  • Authorisation required for demand for data from service providers.
  • Due diligence that needs to be taken into consideration by service providers and all intermediaries as also of all corporate dealing with the electronic and digital ecosystem as also using computers and data and information in the electronic form. 
  • Compliances for service providers and corporate under the Cyberlaw
  • The consequences of non-complying with the existing mandatory compliances mandatory compliances under the law. 
  • The role of corporates dealing with Critical Information Infrastructure and the liability for information resident thereon 
  • Various case studies impacting corporates as service providers 

THEME 3

Cybercrime In The Digital And Mobile Ecosystem – Issues concerning Detection, Investigation And Prosecution Of Cybercrimes

This Theme will look at the Existing And Newly Emerging Cybercrimes, Their Impact Upon Individuals, Companies, Societies And Nations And Appropriate Legal Mechanisms and connected legal, policy and regulatory aspects concerning cybercrime. Some of the areas that are proposed to be covered under the said Theme would include the following:-

  • Emerging kinds of cybercrimes
  • Social media crimes
  • Cybercrime and corporates
  • Mobile crimes and Cyberlaw
  • Crimes impacting confidentiality of information and data
  • Crimes targeted at nations including cyber war and cyber terrorism
  • Banking related crimes
  • Insurance and financial sector related cybercrimes
  • Illegal interception and monitoring
  • Breach of privacy and connected cyber criminal aspects
  • Emerging jurisprudence on cybercrime
  • Anti-cybercrime strategies that need to be adopted by stakeholders
  • International best practices to prevent cybercrime
  • Role of existing international arrangements on cybercrime prevention
  • Convention on Cybercrime of the Council of Europe and its relevance
  • Bilateral and multilateral treaties aimed at regulating and preventing cybercriminal activities
  • Role of other international instruments to prevent cyber war and cyber terrorism and other transnational cybercrimes
  • The dark Internet and connected cyber criminal activities
  • Cybercrime as a service and evolution of the next paradigm of cybercrimes
  • Adequate mechanisms to regulate cyber criminal activities
  • Spyware, malware and connected legal challenges
  • Cybercrime and its impact upon cyber security
  • Breach of cyber security as a vehicle for weakening sovereignty and connected criminal aspects
  • Theft of corporate data and unauthorized access of information
  • Unauthorized sharing, transmission, forwarding of trade secrets to competitors with criminal intent.
  • Need for revisiting the norms on pornography, obscenity on the Internet
  • The role of mobile applications for cyber criminal activities
  • Emerging cybercrimes that the corporate need to be careful of
  • Need for enabling cyber-legal jurisprudential regimes and support to prevent and fight cyber crime as a phenomenon
  • Other emerging cybercrimes challenges that are emerging in the horizon
  • The inadequacy of multinational co-operation in booking cyber criminals.
  • Role of international organizations and initiatives in the area of combating cybercrimes.
  • Use of new digital currencies for money-laundering and connected cybercrimes
  • Cybercrimes impacting the intrinsic strength and architecture of the Internet
  • Ubiquitous computing and connected cyber criminal aspects
  • Grid computing and connected cyber criminal aspects
  • Cyber sovereignty and cybercrimes and connected legal aspects concerned therewith
  • Advent of cyber terrorism in an institutionalized manner where terrorism through computer networks is delivered as a means for generating mass panic and terror in the minds of people
  • Need for effective and strong cyber legal regimes to deal with cyber terror and cyber war and related cyber criminal activities targeted against nations.
  • Other emerging cybercrime trends having an impact upon growth and evolution of Cyberlaw jurisprudence
  • Role of law enforcement and police agencies in the detection, investigation and prosecution of cybercrimes
  • The relevance of electronic evidence and connected cyber-legal aspects concerning its collection, retention and proof in accordance with applicable law
  • Best practices that need to be adopted by police and law-enforcement agencies while dealing with, investigating and prosecuting any cybercriminal activity.

THEME-4

Emerging Trends Concerning Cyberlaw & Cybercrime – The Way Forward

This Theme will look at the emerging international trends on Cyberlaw and cybercrime. Some of the areas that are proposed to be covered under the said Theme would include the following:

  • How The World Looks At Cyberlaw And Cybercrime Post Snowden
  • International Mechanisms To Deal With Cyberlaw And Cybercrime
  • Examining the interplay between cybercrimes, violation of privacy as also data protection.
  • The role of cyber forensics and digital and mobile forensics in dealing with the challenges of cybercrime.
  • What emerging mechanisms do all stakeholders in the digital and mobile ecosystem need to adopt so as to fight the emerging challenges of cybercrime .
  • Social media and emerging Cyberlaw and cybercrime related challenges concerning the same.
  • With more and more people accessing social media and Internet through mobile devices connected legal, policy and regulatory issues impacting the use of cell phones, mobiles, personal digital assistants, combinations of mobiles and personal digital assistants as also all kinds of communication devices which are used to communicate audio, video, image or text.
  • Need for international cooperation in development of cyber legal regimes and protocols
  • Need for international cooperation and assistance for tackling and addressing cyber criminal activities
  • Lack of an international protocol impacting criminal activities and Cyberlaw
  • Need for coming up with appropriate mechanisms to deal with the emerging challenges of Cyberlaw and cybercrime.

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 World Federation of Scientists

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ICANN

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Directorate of Information Technology Government of Maharashtra

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Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University For Women

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National Internet Exchange of India

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Internet and Mobile Association of India

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Computer Society Of India

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 Institute of Management Studies  Noida

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 Pavan Duggal Associates

 

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FAQs

Q1. When is the International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime scheduled for?

A1. The International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime is scheduled for Thursday, March 13, 2014.

Q2. What is the venue for the conference?

A2.  The conference will be held at the India International Center, New Delhi, India, 110003.

Q3. Who is organizing the International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime?

A3. The conference is being organized by Cyberlaws.Net and Pavan Duggal Associates

Q4. Who is the Conference Director?

A4. The Conference Director is Mr. Pavan Duggal, Advocate, Supreme Court of India and President, Cyberlaws.net. More about him is available at linkedin, pavanduggal.net and Wikipedia

 Q5. What is the aim of the conference?

A5. The said Conference aims to examine and analyze the emerging #cyberlaw and #cybercrime trends in the present day scenario. Cyber crimes are now beginning to impact corporates in their new avatar. What are the major international Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime trends? What kind of new manifestations of #cybercrimes are beginning to emerge that corporate need to be careful of? What international best practices need to be kept in mind by corporates for protecting themselves from being victims of #cybercrimes? What kind of overall anti-cybercrime strategies do corporates need to have in place? These and a variety of other issues are sought to be addressed in the International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime.

Q6. What are the objectives of the conference?

A6. The objectives of the International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime are as follows:

  • To identify the emerging #Cyberlaw trends and jurisprudence impacting #cyberspace in today’s scenario.
  • To create far more awareness about the newly emerging kinds of #cybercrimes that are impacting all stakeholders in the digital and mobile ecosystem.
  • To identify the areas in #cyber crimes where #Cyberlaw needs to be further evolved so as to meet with the expectation and needs of the relevant stakeholders of the digital and #mobile ecosystem.
  • To work in the direction of creating an international network of #cybercrimes and cyber-legal law professionals which could then be an important voice in the further development of #cybercrimes and #Cyberlaw jurisprudence across the world.

Q7. What is the duration of the conference?

A7. It is a one day conference.

Q8. What is the format of the conference?

A8. The International Conference on #cyberlaw and #cybercrime is a one day conference which will be divided into 4 sessions. Each session will focus one important issue which will further be broken down and discussed at length in that session.

Each session will approximately be of ­­­­ 1hour 15 minutes. [for more on the session click here]

Q9. When does the registration commence?

A9. The registration has already started w.e.f. February 7. 2014 however, the early bird passes are available till February 20, 2014 at the cost of INR.5,000/-. From February 21, 2014 onwards the Pass will be priced INR. 6,500/-.

Please note: In order to avail the early bird benefit, the registration must reach us on/before February 20, 2014.

[Registration form Click here]

Q10. When does the registration close?

A10. Although the registration is open till March 13, 2014, subject to availability of seats, which are being allocated on  a first come first served basis.

Q11. What is/are the mode of payment of the registration fee?

A11. The fee will only be accepted if paid either in the form of Cheque or Demand Draft (DD), both drawn in favour of Mobilelaw.net payable at New Delhi.

Q12. Where are the registration form and the cheque/DD to be sent/ delivered?

A12. The registration form, along with the duly filled cheque/DD is to be submitted at the conference office.

Q13. Where is the conference office located?

A13.  The address of the conference office is:

International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime

S-307, Lower Ground Floor, Greater Kailash-1,

New Delhi- 110048

Q14. Is there any penalty upon a subsequent cancellation of the registration?

A14. Cancellation till February 20, 2014 will attract a penalty of INR 1000/- (administration fee) which will be deducted from the registration fee. No refund will be done after February 20, 2014.

Please note: Non-attendance: No refunds will be made for non-attendance at the conference.

Q15. Is the registration transferable to another individual?

A15. Transfer of your registration to another person is acceptable. The full name and details of the person that will replace you must be sent in writing to the conference office prior to the conference.

Q16. Who would attend this conference?

A16. The International Conference on Cyberlaw & Cybercrime would be attended by Government officers, representatives from the different Ministries, governmental departments, governmental organizations, law enforcement agencies, police, Judges of the Supreme Court and the various High Courts,  information security professionals, cyber security experts, cybercrime training personnel as also stakeholders working in the digital and mobile ecosystem. 

Q17. How to contact the conference for any queries?

A17. For any queries, the organizing committee may be contacted via email. The email address is: info@cyberlawcybercrime.com.

Q18. What is the International Advisory Board for the conference?

A18. The International Advisory Board helps to provide advice and giving direction and focus to the International Conference on Cyberlaw & Cybercrime.  The inputs of the International Advisory Board are valuable given the perspectives and vision that various distinguished members of the International Advisory Board bring on the table.  The International Advisory Board also suggests further subjects, issues which need to be covered in the International Conference on Cyberlaw & Cybercrime apart from suggesting the names of distinguished speakers and experts in the relevant fields.

Q19. Who are the members of the International Advisory Board for the conference?

A19. At present, the members of the international advisory board are:

Q20. Who will be speaking at the conference?

A20. The conference will see international and national speakers. Among them are:

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