About the Centre for Cyber Laws (CL), NLUD
The Centre for Cyber Laws has been established to understand the socio-legal issues related to ever-evolving cyberspace. Cyberspace is infinite and has the potential to grow and evolve infinitely. The issues related to cyberspace are also evolving with the advancement of information technology.
The global IT revolution and the emergence of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, e-commerce industry, a new form of currency, issues pertaining to the governance of cyberspace and more particularly the post-covid-19 new world order have necessitated the need to focus on the legal research pertaining to new kinds of cybercrimes, issues related to cyber security and data protection and online privacy laws and above all into the new evolving cyberspace trends and patterns which shall shape the future of human civilisation and legal issues pertaining to it.
The vision of the Centre for Cyber Laws is to create a research-oriented space through which further research, discussions and deliberations on issues related to cyberspace and cyber laws can be done.
The objective of the Centre is to bring the professionals, academicians, cyber law experts, technology experts, law enforcement agencies, researchers and students together to have focussed deliberations, discussions and debates related to issues of cyberspace and cyber laws. The Centre also aims to spread awareness related to various issues related to cyber laws such as cybercrimes, contraventions and cyber security issues.
About the Blog and Webzine
The Centre is pleased to announce that they are launching their official BLOG. They are inviting submissions on the following themes:
- Cybercrimes and contraventions
- Internet Governance
- Artificial Intelligence
- Digital Evidence and Cyber Forensics
- Data Protection and Online Privacy
- Cyber Security and social media
Webzine Past Editions
- Co-authorship is permitted. (Maximum of two authors)
- Essays should be the original work of the participants. If the article is found plagiarised, we will not be able to publish it.
- The article should be in English ONLY.
- The word limit for the article is 1500-1800 words. The word limit is inclusive of the footnotes/references.
- The submission should be made only in “doc. Docx.” format.
- NOTE – CL reserves the right to reject/ accept any article. Further by sending your article to CL, you agree that we may publish it on the CL BLOG. Decisions of the Editorial Board are binding and submissions may be rejected solely on the discretion of the Editorial Board.
- Cross-posting is allowed only with the permission of the editorial team.
- Body – Font – Time New Roman, Font size- 12, Line spacing- 1.5, Alignment- Justified
- Footnotes (if any) – Font – Time New Roman, Font size- 10, Line spacing- 1, Alignment- Justified
Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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