Welcome to Coronavirus & Cyberlaw Repository, which aims to track down important cyber legal developments at global level ,given the advent of coronavirus.
This page aims to collate all the important and significant coverages in the public domain pertaining to intersection of coronavirus and cyber legal, policy and regulatory issues.
Coronavirus has already been declared as pandemic by the World Health Organization. As on 26 June 2020, 05:30 GMT+5:30, this pandemic has seen 9,454,051 confirmed cases in 216 countries. At the time of writing apart from being an unprecedented public health emergency, Coronavirus age is also throwing large number of cyber legal, policy and regulatory issues.
In this page, we are collating some of the important cyber legal, policy and regulatory issues raised in the Coronavirus age, as have been reported in the public domain.
This bill responds to the coronavirus outbreak by providing paid sick leave and free coronavirus testing, expanding food assistance and unemployment benefits, and requiring employers to provide additional protections for health care workers.
Proposal for $1 trillion in spending to combat the coronavirus pandemic, including aid for airlines and direct payments to American households, after passing a paid-leave bill that President Trump signed
The Secretary of State makes these Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 45B, 45C, 45F and 45P of the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984(1).
President of the Republic, speaking to citizens about the Covid-19 emergency, the Constitution provides the Government “with the authority and the power to take decisions” in these exceptional circumstances, always coordinating its action with the Regions and taking into account guidelines from the scientific community.
France – Décret n° 2020-260 du 16 mars 2020 portantréglementation des déplacementsdans le cadre de la luttecontre la propagation du virus covid-19
The Government of Canada has created the infrastructure to respond to the public health threats of the virus, and is well prepared to act—in collaboration with provincial and territorial governments and international partners—to minimize the health, economic, and social impacts of this rapidly evolving public health issue.
Disclaimer: Kindly note that the present Page is only a collation of selected handpicked information sources which are covering some latest developments on legal, policy and regulatory issues pertaining to intersection of coronavirus and cyberspace issues. The said list is neither complete nor comprehensive, but is only an illustrative list that keeps you updated about the latest developments in this sector.