Cyber Law Reporter

ISSN: 2583 7060
Journal Initials
Research Scope: Cyber Laws and related subjects
Publication Mode: Digital (On this Website)
Frequency: Quarterly (4 Issues a year)
Launch Year – 2022
Review Mode: Double Blind Peer Review
Plagiarism Allowed: 10% (as per Turnitin)
Coverage: India
Language: English


Cyber Law Reporter

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Online Freedom Of Speech Vs Data Privacy

The debate between freedom of speech and data privacy has become increasingly relevant in today’s digital age. On the one hand, freedom of speech is a fundamental right that allows individuals to express themselves without fear of censorship or retaliation. On the other hand, data privacy is a right that protects individuals’ personal information from

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The Intricacies of Digital Forensics: A Legal Point of View

Digital forensics refers to the process of retrieval, preservation, analysis, and presentation of electronic evidence for use in investigations and prosecutions of various forms of crime, including cybercrime. Cybercriminals wreak havoc in a multitude of ways identity theft, cyberbullying, data leakage, distributed denials of service, and malware attacks on medical devices and smart vehicles. They

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Legal Challenges in Securing Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP): An American Empathy

Among the main achievements of the CIIP policy are establishment of the European Forum for Member States and of the European Public-Private Partnership for Resilience; carrying out of pan-European exercises (Cyber Europe 2010 and 2012); adoption, by ENISA, of a minimum set of baseline capabilities and services and related policy recommendations for National/Governmental Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) to function effectively.

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Cybercrime And Senior Citizens In India – A Comparative Study Of Legal Frameworks Within Cyberspace Globally

Cyber space regulation is that arena which is growing very rapidly, due to multidisciplinary approach in tackling innovation, technological updation, persistent cybercrimes emerging from interactions within cyberspace. This doctrinal paper is a critical study and analysis of challenges faced by stakeholders, jurisprudence of crimes committed within cyberspace, effect on vulnerable group ‘senior citizens’ as potential

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About Cyber Law Reporter

Cyber Law Reporter [CYLR] is an open access quarterly journal published by The Law Brigade Publishers, Journal Division of Libertatem Media Private Limited. The journal was launched in the  October 2022 and has been operational since then on a regular basis. Cyber Law Reporter [CYLR] bears an Online ISSN Number 2583 7060 allotted by the ISSN India National Center, National Science Library, New Delhi.

Ownership Statement

This Journal i.e Cyber Law Reporter along with the website and all related Intellectual Property is completely owned by The Law Brigade Publishers, which is 100% owned and controlled by its parent company Libertatem Media Private Limited.

Libertatem Media Private Limited along with its subsidiary companies and brands including The Law Brigade Group operates from the Headquarters situated at F104, Anand Square, Tragad IOC Road, Chankheda, Ahmedabad 382470. Libertatem Media Private Limited (the Parent company of The Law Brigade Group) was founded and started operations on 18th February 2015 and was incorporated as a Private Limited Company on 14th April 2021 with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. The Company Identification Number (CIN) is U22190GJ2021PTC122007. The company is also a Government of India Recognized Startup working in the field of academic research.

Publication's Objective & Scope

Cyber Law Reporter

The publication objective of Cyber Law Reporter [CYLR] is to engage in and promote the research of Cyber Law across the globe. The Journal is open to any researcher from any nation as long as they write on the journal’s theme i.e Cyber Law. 

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