Duggal's book on mobile law in stands on Feb 1

CIOL Bureau
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NEW DELHI, INDIA: Coming soon is a complete treatise on mobile law. Authored by eminent Supreme Court advocate and chairman of the ASSOCHAM Cyberlaw Committee Pavan Duggal, the book will be unveiled by Justice Altamas Kabir of apex court together with Delhi High Court Chief Justice A K Sikri.


The book is scheduled to hit stands on February 1.

In a communication to CIOL, Duggal said: “It explored various hitherto unexplored areas of jurisprudence around the use of mobiles, smartphones, personal digital assistants and other kinds of communication devices."

The cyberlaw expert said that the IT Act 2000 defines mobile phones as computers. “Any obscene information circulated by mobile phones comes under the ambit of this law,” Duggal said. The detailed treatise provides insight into how the mobile law developed in India, and its features and areas of jurisprudence.

Duggal has been advising major stakeholders in the mobile ecosystem and is the mentor for legal counseling on various cases of criminal liability involving the use of mobiles, confidential data, information and trade secrets.