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A Comprehensive Study on Cyber Legislation in G20 Countries

EasyChair Preprint no. 9050

22 pagesDate: October 18, 2022


Cyberlaw, often known as Internet law, is a branch of the judicial framework concerned with the legality of internet information technology. It governs the digital transmission of information, shopping-portal applications, and information security. It is associated with justice informatics and electronic components like systems, software, and hardware. This article covers various topics, including the existence and appropriateness of the open Internet, free expression, and online privacy. The standards contribute to a significant decrease in the number of people engaging in asymmetric warfare and also help to restrict their participation by safeguarding illegal access to information, free speech connected to Internet usage, personal space, information exchange, e -email domains, intangible assets, machinery, and web services, which include data storage devices. As internet traffic increases, so does the number of legal challenges worldwide. Because internet laws differ from one nation to another, reprisal can range from bedframes to jail, and police agencies can be hard to implement. Cyberlaw protects persons who utilize the Internet or operate an online company. Internet users need to grasp their country's local community and cyber legislation to identify whether behaviors are allowed or prohibited on the network. They can also keep us from engaging in illegal activities.

Keyphrases: Cyber Crime, Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Privacy

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  author = {Nisarg Mehta and Priyansh Sanghavi and Manish Paliwal and Madhu Shukla},
  title = {A Comprehensive Study on Cyber Legislation in G20 Countries},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9050},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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