Asia Pacific Cyberlaw Forum (APCF)
Pacific Cyberlaw Forum (APCF) is committed to the cause of development of
strong, logical and vibrant Cyberlaws in different countries of Asia
speaking, Internet has been basically a United States phenomenon.
The early adoption and widespread usage of Internet by the western
world made sure that some of the early Cyberlaws came into being in the
Pacific as a region seems to be far behind in the field of enacting
Cyberlaws for regulating activities of netizens in cyber space. Barring a handful of countries in Asia Pacific, most of the
countries in this region have low Internet penetration and consequently,
have not felt the need to legislate Cyberlaws.
However, given the way Internet is rapidly growing, it would only
be a matter of time before all the countries in Asia Pacific will be
constrained to enact and adopt Cyberlaws.
Pacific Cyberlaw Forum (APCF) aims to become the focal point for giving
appropriate inputs to all governments of Asia Pacific in the field of
drafting, enacting and adopting Cyberlaws.
is committed to the fact that Asia Pacific nations should not reinvent the
wheel. Asia Pacific nations should learn from the previous wisdom and
practical experiences of other nations in the world who have enacted and
aims to become a rallying point for research, brainstorming, information
and all kinds of matters concerning Cyberlaw in Asia and Pacific.
would coordinate with Cyberlaw Asia, being Asia’s premier membership
based Cyberlaw body, in spreading more awareness about different facets of
Cyberlaw. The Chairman of
APCF is Mr. Pavan Duggal, Asia’s leading authority and expert on
secretariat of APCF is based in Delhi and would be located at C2/60, Janak
Puri, New Delhi – 110058, India.
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