In recent times, the Internet has emerged as a medium with immense potential, posing many new and interesting challenges. It is not surprising that there have been many attempts to regulate and control this medium, especially through the use of laws and regulations. This exciting publication explores the various aspects of cyber law and cyber regulations, taking the reader through a multitude of legal and policy issues that the Information Age poses. Topics covered in this book range from evidentiary aspects and digital signatures to intellectual property concerns such as copyright liability and rights in domain names; from cyber crime and cyber porn to the regulation of free speech on the Net and the right to privacy. A new chapter on Cases on Computers, Internet, e-mail etc. have been added. Employing a comparative law approach, this book, in its fourth edition, not only takes into consideration the changes brought about by the Information Technology Act of 2000, but also contains the latest developments alongwith a comprehensive guide to this legislation. Being wide-ranging as well as in-depth in its coverage of Indian Cyber law, this publication is a must-read for judges, lawyers, Policy makers, researchers, investigators and students as it is for anyone who would like to keep abreast of new developments in the legal system, concerning Information Technology.