Through the start of digital telecommunication technology, computer and internet various types of issues and concerns are being faced by human being today. Earlier, these issues never ever were met up by man in physical world. The concerns relating to the computer and internet in fact are new phenomena of cyber space and in real world as well. The existence and form of things in cyber space may be different while the rights and liabilities may be the same. The legal electronic empire is being developed, the rights and liabilities have to be fixed, legal electronic documents are being formed. Jurisdiction and court venues are being determined and online ethics is being emphasized etc, all these required a specific philosophy of law to evolve all the issues and propositions of cyber space that would be cyber jurisprudence. The Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2016 being new cyber crimes law in Pakistan provide a comprehensive mechanism to prevent and apprehend the cyber crimes. Cybercrime is also a topic of significant interest both theoretically and practically. The theoretical aspect of this book means to contribute to filling the research gaps discussed above and initiate further academic discussion on this topic. This book is also theory-based, but practical and accessible to the wider audience.
The present study is intended to be a detailed follow up and expansion upon a 2009 assessment prepared for the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission of China’s evolving computer network operations capabilities and network intrusion incidents attributed to China. Concern in the United States over alleged Chinese penetrations of both commercial and government networks has only intensified in the past two years as successive incidents have come to light in the media and more organizations voluntarily come forward. The Commission requested a study that both reviewed developments since the 2009 study was completed and examined new issues related to cybersecurity, China, and potential risks to U.S. interests.
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This hearing will continue our examination of cybersecurity and our communications infrastructure with a focus on what Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are doing to address cybersecurity, whether there are statutory or regulatory obstacles hampering their efforts, how we can encourage public-private partnerships, and how we can facilitate information sharing among private industry and between the private and public sectors.