It is often said that cyber space is without jurisdiction. 90% of cases of crimes, including issues related to copyright infringement, patent and trademark violation and dilution cases, cases related to child porn, reputation damage, stalking, revenge porn, doxing, terror activities through cyber space etc may involve issues of conflict of jurisdiction. In such cases where would the case be tried? what happens if the defendant stays in a different jurisdiction ? what happens if the crimes is committed in one country, criminal is residing in another country and effect is felt in another country? This video session would be addressing these issues.
Dr Debarati Halder discusses on various aspects of cyber crimes against women and girls and laws . For more information on Cyber law and cyber crimes against women See Gender and Internet : Web magazine for cyber law for women @https://internetlegalstudies.com/