Cyberlaw is a much newer phenomenon having emerged much after the onset of Internet. Internet grew in a completely unplanned and unregulated manner. Even the inventors of Internet could not have really anticipated the scope and far reaching consequences of cyberspace. The growth rate of cyberspace has been enormous. Internet is growing rapidly and with the population of Internet doubling.
Cyber crime cases such as online banking frauds, online share trading fraud, source code theft, credit card fraud, tax evasion, virus attacks, cyber sabotage, phishing attacks, email hijacking, denial of service, hacking, pornography, Forgery, Intellectual Property Crimes, Cyber Defamation: Cyber Stalking etc; are becoming common.
Cyber laws is particularly a dynamic area of study and hence efforts are made to update, upgrade and ensure students can keep up with this fast evolving area of specialization.