Cyber Law Reporter
ISSN: 2583 7060
Journal Initials: CYLR
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)
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Protection of Fundamental Rights in the Digital Era: A Study in the Light of Cyber Crimes against Women in India
Society is progressive and always changing by nature. Nothing endures forever. The law must adapt to the changing needs of society as a result of societal development over time. If current sociological conditions continue to dictate the application of the law, it would be like stagnant water, with more drawbacks than benefits. However, there are
The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has ushered in a transformative era across diverse sectors, with profound implications for the domains of criminal justice, cybersecurity, and digital forensics. AI’s capacity to augment capabilities in countering cybercrimes while simultaneously introducing challenges and ethical quandaries necessitates a meticulous examination. Integration of AI within the realms of cybercrime
The use of technology such as Artificial Intelligence permeated into nearly all sectors because of its multiple uses. It is now used in guiding weapons, driving cars, conducting medical procedures, and even writing legal memos. The list is not an exhaustive one. Artificial Intelligence is fast engulfing our day-to-day activities. However, as per the experts,
Modern era may aptly be described as the Information Technology era where the use of electronic or digital devices has increased manifold. Netizens are active on various platforms on the internet. The word Intermediary had been defined in the Information Technology Act, 2000. Prior to Amendment of 2009, Intermediary with respect to any particular electronic
Challenges In Implementation of Personal Data Protection Law No. 45 of 2021: A Case Study of The United Arab Emirates
The Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) of the United Arab Emirates is the first comprehensive federal legislation aimed at protecting the privacy of data subjects and their related rights. The UAE PDPL was promulgated on the occasion of the UAE’s Golden Jubilee celebrations on 2nd December 2021, and formally enacted on 2nd January 2022 and
There are many benefits to the Internet’s rapid growth, such as e-commerce, banking, email, and cloud computing, but there are also drawbacks, such as hacking and backdoors. The first major challenge that governments, organisations, and regular people face around the world is hacking, which includes reading other people’s emails, obtaining credit card information from an
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.
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.