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Crypto-Assets And The Protective Regime Associated With It In Insolvency.

INTRODUCTION By the start of the year 2022, India invested nearly 638 Million USD in crypto-currencies. However, there is no concrete legislation that is currently equipped to deal with these crypto-assets. Due to this, the questions related to the nature of cryptocurrencies and their relevancy in insolvency proceedings persist. This article, therefore, tries to explore … Continue reading Crypto-Assets And The Protective Regime Associated With It In Insolvency.

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Protection of Nonfungible Tokens in Sri Lanka

Introduction Sri Lanka and Nepal have seen a substantial increase in the number of cyber-security threats, while Bangladesh is leading the world in terms of the percentage of mobile malware infections. In order to address these risks, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh both approved the Digital Security Act in 2018 and the Framework for Proposed Data … Continue reading Protection of Nonfungible Tokens in Sri Lanka

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Protection of Non-Fungible Tokens in the United States

Introduction Since the advent of the Internet more than 20 years ago, society has benefited from an online network centred on communication, data, and information. A number of independent virtual worlds have also emerged, mostly on social media and in video games like Fortnite and TikTok. The metaverse promises interconnected virtual worlds that can be … Continue reading Protection of Non-Fungible Tokens in the United States

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Protection of Software Innovations in the UAE

Technology is the backbone of the entire digital world. The Software facilitates the flow of technologies throughout. The digital transformation is the core of today’s digital transformation and it goes hand in hand with the software development. Therefore, it is the responsibility and obligation of the software industry to develop new software-based technologies consistently and … Continue reading Protection of Software Innovations in the UAE

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Antitrust Laws In The OTT Regime – Old Wine In A New Bottle

With digital technology being ubiquitous it has become core of modern economics especially in this pandemic ridden world. Digital networking once a luxury has established itself into an existential necessity. Owing to government efforts for making India digitally able and ever increasing data user base, in 2021 alone India recorded 624 million with the rate … Continue reading Antitrust Laws In The OTT Regime – Old Wine In A New Bottle

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Cyber Crimes And Ethical Hacking In India

Our lives in the digital age alternate between cyber dangers and cybersecurity. In addition to its good effects, the internet has had certain detrimental effects on society. For example, similar to crimes seen in the real world, the internet has witnessed crimes that infringe on a person’s rights. Cybercrime is defined as any crime involving … Continue reading Cyber Crimes And Ethical Hacking In India

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NFT’S And Indian Law

What are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) NFT (Non-Fungible Token) are a digital assets that can be bought and sold online, usually with cryptocuurency. Understood as cryptographic assets, NFTs are usually a part of blockchains with a unique identification code and metadata that can be distinguished from one another. This is different from fungible tokens like cryptocurrencies … Continue reading NFT’S And Indian Law

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Cyber Security And Data Privacy Law In Saudi Arabia

Cyber Security And Data Privacy Law In Saudi Arabia: Many people will be surprised to learn that there is currently no explicit data protection legislation in Saudi Arabia, despite the fact that cloud computing has achieved a level of maturity that some experts believe is ready for full commercial use. While major Cloud technology providers … Continue reading Cyber Security And Data Privacy Law In Saudi Arabia

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Revisiting The Concept Of Consideration Un-der Indian Law Vis-A-Vis Smart Contracts

Over the years, the nature of contract has undergone a significant change, i.e., from conventional written contracts to digital smart contracts. Previously, contracts used to be in a written form duly signed by the parties and in exchange of tangible consideration. However, with increasing global trade and technological development, conventional contracts are being replaced by … Continue reading Revisiting The Concept Of Consideration Un-der Indian Law Vis-A-Vis Smart Contracts

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Digital Currency Taxation Proposals – Features And Way Forward

Introduction On February 1st, 2022, during her budget speech[1], India’s Finance Minister made a huge announcement which is somewhat considered as a setback for the crypto industry. She announced that any income derived from the transfer of digital assets including cryptocurrencies, shall be taxable at a rate of 30% in addition to TDS on payments … Continue reading Digital Currency Taxation Proposals – Features And Way Forward

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