About the Book


Being online is almost now a mandatory prerequisite in today’s world. In case, if you are not online, you are disconnected to the major force of electronic activity that is touching the world. Consequently it is but natural to expect that online presence becomes a defacto preferred medium of presence. However, the moment a legal entity has an online presence, it attracts various legalities. Each and every act that we do online has got legal ramifications.

This eBook aims to look at some online legalities concerning a legal entity and its online presence. These legalities also impact our activities using the computers, computer systems and computer networks.

This eBook looks at some of these important online legalities which have an impact on e-commerce in different parts of the world and also in India. This eBook is aimed at the lay user who is not well versed with the legalities of e-commerce. The said eBook is written in a layman’s language so that some important legal issues impacting electronic commerce can be elaborated.

This eBook is a must for every user in the digital and mobile ecosystem who is having online presence.

The eBook should be of assistance to every stakeholder as also for all law students, lawyers, law professionals and others who want to understand about the legal nuances impacting electronic commerce.

This eBook is authored by Pavan Duggal (http://www.pavanduggal.com), Asia’s and India’s foremost expert on Cyberlaw and Mobile Law. This eBook’s Author runs his niche law firm Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates (http://pavanduggalassociates.com/) which is working on all aspects concerning technology and the law.

© Pavan Duggal, 2015

Publisher: Amazon
Publication Year: 2015
Format: ebook
Length: 57
eBook Price: $9
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