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Pavan Duggal is one of the top 4 Cyber Lawyers around the World.

Pavan Duggal is the President of Cyberlaws.Net, who has done outstanding work in the newly emerging area of Cyberlaw and Mobile law.

Practicing as an advocate, Supreme Court of India, Pavan Duggal has made a mark, in the national and the international arena, as an expert and authority on Cyberlaw and E-Commerce law.

Owing to his outstanding contributions, Pavan has been conferred with/awarded membership to the Permanent Monitoring Panel for Information Security, World Federation of Scientist.

As such, his empanelment as a consultant to UNCTAD and UNESCAP on Cyberlaw and Cyber crime respectively, membership of the AFACT Legal Working Group of the UN / CEFAT, consulting as an expert with the Council of Europe on Cyber crime, inclusion in the Board of Experts of European Commission’s Dr. E-Commerce and his work as an expert authority on a Cyberlaw primer for e-ASEAN Task Force and as a reviewer for Asian Development Bank speaks volumes of his worldwide acceptance as an authority. Pavan is the President of Cyberlaw Asia; Asia’s pioneering organization committed to the passing of dynamic Cyber laws in the Asian continent. Pavan is also a member of the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Panel of Neutrals.Pavan has been the Member of the Public Interest Registry’s. Org Advisory Council. He is a member of ICT Policy and Governance Working Group of the UNICT Taskforce. He is the Legal and Policy Consultant to Internet Mark 2 Project, which is examining the next level of Internet. He has been invited to be an associated fellow of the Centre for Asia Pacific Technology Law and Policy (CAPTEL) at Singapore. Pavan is a member of Panel of Arbitrators of the Regional Centre for Arbitration, Kuala Lumpur and Asian Domain Names Dispute Resolution Centre at Hong Kong.

He has been associated with the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India on Cyberlaw and Electronic Governance legal issues. He is a member of Advisory Committee on E-Governance in Karnataka constituted by the Government of Karnataka. Pavan is a member of Information Forensic Working Group on e-Information Systems, Security and Audit Association.

Pavan heads his niche law firm Pavan Duggal Associates, which has been practicing in various fields of law and include, inter alia, Cyberlaw, Business Process Outsourcing Law, Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technology Law, Information Security Law, Defence, Biotech and Corporate Law.

While he has been a Member of the Nominating Committee, Membership Advisory Committee and Membership Implementation Task Force of ICANN, Pavan is also the President of Cyberlaws.Net, which is Internet’s first ever-unique Cyberlaw consultancy.

In addition to that, he is also the founder of the Cyberlaw Association and is also the Founder-President, Cyberlaw India.

His immense contributions in the field of BPO and its legalities have resulted in his being a member of the BPO Steering Committee of ASSOCHAM. Today, he advises a number of BPO concerns on different legal issues relating to outsourcing. Pavan has been the Chairman of the Cyberlaw Committee of ASSOCHAM and works closely with CII and FICCI.

Pavan is a regular on the lecture circuit. He has spoken at over 1500 conferences, seminars and workshops in the last fifteen years, and has lectured extensively in select law colleges. As a writer, he has made his mark with thirty six books on various aspects of law in the last one decade. He has contributed a continuing weekly column on diverse aspects of the law, titled ‘Brief Cases’ to the Economic Times, for the last seven years.

Pavan has authored many books in the field of Cyberlaw, Intellectual Property Rights and E-Commerce. His writings cover various growing areas of concern and trends in the above mentioned fields. He has penned 111 books and e-books which include the following:-

  1. Cyber Security Law
  2. Cyber Security Law (Paperback)
  3. As Cyber Security Law Develops
  4. As Cyber Security Law Develops (Paperback)
  5. Cyber Security Law Thoughts On IoT, AI & Blockchain
  6. Cyber Security Law Thoughts On IoT, AI & Blockchain (Paperback)
  7. Cyber Security Law – The China Approach
  8. Cyber Security Law- The China Approach (Paperback)
  9. Anti-Terrorism Law – Approach In China
  10. New Cybersecurity Law of China
  11. Russian Data Localization Law & Cyber Security
  12. Russian Data Localization Law & Cyber Security (Paperback)
  13. Vietnam Cyber Security Law
  14. Vietnam Cyber Security Law (Paperback)
  15. Belarus Crypto Currency Law – An Analysis
  16. Belarus Crypto Currency Law – An Analysis (Paperback)
  17. Australian Anti-Encryption Law & Cyber Security
  18. Cyberlaw Approaches For Africa
  19. Indian National Cyber Security Policy-A Legal Analysis
  20. Corporate Boards & Cyber Security – New Age Legal Responsibilities
  21. Cyber Sovereignty & Cyberlaw
  22. Cyber Radicalization & Cyberlaw
  23. Artificial Intelligence Law
  24. Artificial Intelligence Law (Paperback)
  25. Artificial Intelligence & Cyber Security Law
  26. Artificial Intelligence & Cyber Security Law (Paperback)
  27. Artificial Intelligence, Cybercrimes & Cyberlaw
  28. Artificial Intelligence, Cybercrimes & Cyberlaw (Paperback)
  29. Blockchain Contracts & Cyberlaw
  30. Blockchain Contracts & Cyberlaw (Paperback)
  31. Blockchain Law – A Primer
  32. Blockchain Law – A Primer (Paperback)
  33. Internet Of Things & Law
  34. Internet Of Things & Law (Paperback)
  35. Big Data & Cyberlaw – A Basic Primer
  36. Darknet, Anonymity & Law
  37. Darknet & Law
  38. Wearable Tech & Law
  39. GDPR, Data Localization & Indian Corporates
  40. Quantum Computing Law
  41. 3D Printing And The Law
  42. WhatsApp Law
  43. WhatsApp Law (Paperback)
  44. WhatsApp & Indian Cyberlaw
  45. Crypto Assets, Crypto-Currencies & Cyberlaw
  46. Fake News & Cyberlaw
  47. Cyber Ethics 4.0: Serving Humanity with Values (Globethics.Net Global)
  48. Cyberlaw- The Indian Perspective
  49. Cyber Law – An Exhaustive Section Wise Commentary On The Information Technology Act Along With Rules, Regulations, Policies, Notifications Etc (First Edition)
  50. Cyber Law – An Exhaustive Section Wise Commentary on the Information Technology Act along with Rules, Regulations, Policies, Notifications Etc (Second Edition)
  51. Data Protection Law
  52. Data Protection Law In India
  53. Cyber Legal Regime In India
  54. Law on Aadhaar
  55. Indian Biometric Identity, Authentication & Law
  56. Biometric Confidentiality, Security & Indian Law
  57. Biometric Crimes – Regulation In India
  58. India’s Demonetization, Cashless Economy & Cyberlaw Challenges
  59. Law Of Intermediaries In India
  60. Law Of Intermediaries
  61. Supreme Court On Indian Cyberlaw
  62. Mobile Law – 1st Edition
  63. Mobile Law – 2nd Edition
  64. Mobile Law – 3rd Edition
  65. Mobile Privacy & Law
  66. Cyber Terrorism In Mobile Ecosystem – A Legal Viewpoint
  67. Indian Digital Law – 12 Years Of Experience
  68. Mobile Misuse And The Law
  69. Telecom Service Providers & Legal Liability- An Indian Overview
  70. Cyber Frauds, Cybercrimes & Law In India
  71. Mobile Crime & Mobile Law
  72. Mobile Apps & Mobile Law
  73. Mobile Banking & Mobile Law
  74. Mobile Law & Social Media In India
  75. Mobile Payments & Mobile Law
  76. Authentication In Mobility – A Legal Viewpoint
  77. Child Protection In Mobile Paradigm
  78. Confidential Information On Mobiles – Some Legal Issues
  79. Crimes In Mobile Ecosystem – A Legal Outlook
  80. Law Relating To Ipads, Tablets, Smart Phones & Smart Devices
  81. Mobile Law- An International Outlook
  82. Mobile Law In India
  83. .IN Domains And The Law
  84. Law Of Contracts & Use Of Mobile Devices
  85. Law Of Business Process Outsourcing
  86. ASSOCHAM Handbook “Co-Production & IPR Regime In India”
  87. Intellectual Property Rights In Mobile Ecosystem – A Legal View
  88. Legal Framework On Electronic Commerce & IPR In Cyberspace
  89. Appification Of Society And The Law
  90. BYOD And The Law
  91. Cloud Computing Legal Issues
  92. Law Of Offensive Electronic Content
  93. Text Book On Cyberlaw, First Edition
  94. Text Book On Cyberlaw, Second Edition
  95. TRIPS & Intellectual Property Rights In India
  96. Exploring Intellectual Property Rights In Cyberspace
  97. Cyberlaw, Free Speech & Privacy
  98. Electronic Commerce – Some Online Legalities
  99. Electronic Commerce & Cyberlaw – Some Facets
  100. Electronic Evidence Law In India- An Overview
  101. Judicial And Practical Approaches To Electronic Evidence Law In India
  102. Indian Law on E-Evidence
  103. Indian Law on E-Evidence (Paperback)
  104. Outsourcing Contracts – Some Insights
  105. Social Media & Mobile Law – Some Emerging Challenges
  106. Electronic Interception Law In India
  107. Cyber Laws – Indira Gandhi National Open University
  108. Law Relating To Sensitive Personal Information In India
  109. Cyberlaw In India – An Analysis
  110. The Law Of Convergence – An Analysis
  111. Regulating Spam Published 

Not only has Pavan Duggal written the above books, he has also contributed chapters on numerous aspects of Cyberlaw and E-commerce in various books which have been edited by other distinguished personalities. Among such books, a few are mentioned below:

  1. Net Ch@kra published by Digital Empowerment Foundation. Pavan has written a chapter describing the experience of the India in the first decade of the working of its Cyberlaw- The Information Technology Act, 2000 and has also penned the success achieved and challenges faced by the Information Technology Act, 2000 along with the experiences gained in the actual working of the said legislation.
  1. Cybercrime: the challenge in Asia, Edited by Rodrick Broadhurst and Peter Grabosky published in Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, 2005.(http://www.amazon.co.uk/books/dp/toc/9622097359 and  https://library.villanova.edu/Find/Record/676086/Details)
  1. Pavan Duggal has authored a chapter in the book The State, IT and Development published by SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd (http://www.sagepub.com/books/Book228818/toc)
  1. He has also authored a chapter in the book Global Mobile-Applications and Innovations for the Worldwide Mobile Ecosystem edited by Peter A. Bruck and Madanmohan Rao (http://books.infotoday.com/books/Global-Mobile.shtml#ixzz2Y3JxZaPQ)
  2. Pavan Duggal has contributed a chapter in the book on Cybercrime Jurisdictions published by Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
  1. Pavan Duggal has written 4 units for IGNOU’s course, PGDIS, on Cyberlaw