Subject Papers

Following are some of the important Subject Papers in the area of Cyber law and Cyber crime:

  1. Bullying and Cyberbullying: History, Statistics, Law, Prevention and Analysis By Richard Donegan Strategic Communication Elon University
  2. Attack” as a Term of Art in International Law: The Cyber Operations Context by Michael N. Schmitt International Law Department United States Naval War College Newport, U.S.A
  3. Cybercrime Strategies Prepared by Global Project on Cybercrime
  4. CYBER VICTIMIZATION IN INDIA Baseline Survey Report Prepared by Debarati Halder & K. Jaishankar
  6. Cyberterrorism
  7. Guide To Cyberlaw
  8. The Laws of Cyberspace Lawrence Lessig
  9. The Role of Law in the Governance of the Internet By Christoph Engel Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods; University of Bonn – Faculty of Law & Economics; Universität Osnabrück – Faculty of Law
  10. Regulating Cyberspace: The Emerging Problems and Challenges By Vishnu Konoorayar Indian Law Institute
  11. Technological Due Process By Danielle Keats Citron University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law; Yale University – Yale Information Society Project; Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society
  12. Cyberwarfare: Law & Policy Proposals for U.S. & Global Governance By Stuart Malawer George Mason University – School of Public Policy
  13. Internet Governance and the Jurisdiction of States: Justification of the Need for an International Regulation of Cyberspace By Joanna Kulesza University of Lodz – Faculty of Law and Administration
  14. Copyright Infringement in Cyberspace and Network Security: A Threat to E-Commerce By Tabrez Ahmad College of Legal Studies, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)
  15. Sovereignty and Neutrality in Cyber Conflict By Eric Talbot Jensen Brigham Young University School of Law
  16. Cyberterrorism in the Context of Contemporary International Law By Jaroslav Sirjajev Warwick Law School
  17. A Brief Commentary on Verma Committee Report on Criminal Law Amendment with Special Reference to Crime Through Digital Medium By Debarati Halder Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling (CCVC) ; Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling
  18. Examining the Scope of Indecent Representation of Women (Prevention) Act, 1986 in the Light of Cyber Victimization of Women in India By Debarati Halder Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling (CCVC) ; Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling
  1. The Path of Internet Law: An Annotated Guide To Legal
  3. Understanding Cybercrime: Phenomena, Challenges and Legal Response The ITU Publication
  4. Comprehensive Study on Cybercrime Draft—February 2013 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME Vienna
  5. Cybersecurity: Cyber Crime Protection Security Act (S. 2111, 112th Congress)—A Legal Analysis By Charles Doyle Senior Specialist in American Public Law
  6. The Internet as a Conduit for Criminal Activity By David S. Wall University of Durham
  7. Cybertorts in Canada: Trends and Themes in Cyber-Libel and Other Online Torts Elizabeth F. Judge University of Ottawa – Common Law Section
  8. Cybercrime Legislation in the Netherlands By Bert-Jaap Koops Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT)
  9. MySpace is Also Their Space: Ideas for Keeping Children Safe from Sexual Predators on Social-Networking Sites By Susan Duncan University of Louisville – Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
  10. Hate Crime in Cyberspace: The Challenges of Substantive Criminal Law Audrey Guinchard University of Essex – School of Law
  11. Computer Network Attack and the Use of Force in International Law: Thoughts on a Normative Framework Michael N. Schmitt Naval War College – International Law Department; University of Exeter Law School
  12. Cyber Threats and the Law of War By David E. Graham
  13. Cyber Crime Scenario in India Dr.B.Muthukumaran, Chief Consultant, Gemini Communication Ltd.
  14. A Model for When Disclosure Helps Security: What is Different About Computer and Network Security? By Peter Swire Nancy J. and Lawrence P. Huang Professor of Law and Ethics, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology
  15. India’s U-Turns on Data Privacy By Graham Greenleaf University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law
  16. Self Defense in Cyberspace: Law and Policy By Jay P. Kesan University of Illinois College of Law & Carol M. Hayes University of Illinois College of Law
  17. The Free Speech Foundations of Cyberlaw By Anupam Chander University of California, Davis – School of Law & Uyen P. Le University of California, Davis — School of Law
  18. The Law of Cyber Warfare: Quo Vadis? By Michael N. Schmitt Naval War College – International Law Department; University of Exeter Law School