A pioneer in the field of cyber laws, Ms. N. S. Nappinai, with over 26 years of professional experience, appears before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and the Bombay High Court extensively in Constitutional, Criminal, Commercial, Cyber and IPR cases.

She was appointed as Amicus Curiae by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter of Prajwala Vs. UOI and also on the Technical Committee appointed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court to evaluate means to alleviate the problem of Child Pornography and rape videos being circulated online.

Ms. Nappinai is also appearing before the Constitutional Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the matter of J. K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) Vs. UOI, challenging the constitutionality of the Aadhaar Act and its related ecosystem. Ms. Nappinai’s book Technology Laws Decoded has received tremendous acclaim. She has authored a Manual on “Software Piracy”, for Judicial Training. She is a Founder Member Technology Law Forum (a not – for – profit registered Organization).

Ms. Nappinai is a speaker at International & National Seminars on Cyber Laws & Cyber Security; Visiting Faculty at National Judicial Academy & State Judicial Academies & at IIT Bombay & IIMs; Prolific writer with publications interalia in The Times of India & The Economic Times.

She has also addressed and trained Government Departments, Armed Forces, Intelligence Agencies, Police, public prosecutors and also Industry verticals and In-house Corporate Counsel. N. S. Nappinai assisted the Law Commission in drafting “The Commercial Division And Commercial Appellate Division Of High Courts And Commercial Courts Act 2016”. She is an advisor to various NGOs particularly in the field of child safety & protection.

Technology Laws Decoded

Technology Laws Decoded is a seminal work on cyber laws. The book carves out the dalliance between Constitution, Crimes, IPR and Contracts with technology laws, thereby evolving into a separate field of study. The book addresses procedural complexities through detailed analysis of electronic evidence and jurisdiction in cyber space.

The author has adapted an engaging and thematic approach to deliver a holistic and comprehensive perspective to cyber laws. Her scholarly analysis of the humungous topics ranging from cyber policies; cyber warfare and terrorism; cyber crimes; impact of the cyber domain on media and entertainment, gaming, amination, sports, personality rights, to name a few, makes the book relevant for all readers including legislatures and policy makers, judiciary, armed forces, intelligence agencies, police, legal practitioners, business, industries and students.

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