1.2.5. International Telecommunications Laws
Module I: Introduction to Telecommunication Industry, Conceptual Framework for International Telecommunication Laws, Impact of Globalization on the International Telecom Industry, Overview of the Global State of Telecommunication, Challenges of Investment, Policy and Regulations Historical regulation and how the convergence between telephone, television and computer services can upset existing regulatory apparatuses.
Module II: International Telecom Laws, Introduction to Telecom Regulations, Regulatory Organizations, Regulations of the Telecom Sector by ITU, Recent Development in ITU Regulations, Trade in Telecom Services.
Module III: International Institutions for Regulation of Telecom Sector, International Telegraph Union, International Telecom Union, World Trade Organization, Jurisdiction among different international and national bodies and conflicts among nation States.
Module IV: Contemporary Challenges for the International Telecom Industry, Privatization of the Telecommunication Industry, Role of IPR in Information and Communication Technologies, Telecommunications in Developing Countries, Usage of Information and Communication Technology in Telecom Industry, International Allocation of Spectrum for Wireless Services and Orbital Slots for Satellites; International Copyright/Broadcasting Issues and Issues Surrounding Submarines Cables.
1.2.6. Space Technology, Telecommunications and IPRs Issues
Module I: International Law of IPR, Introduction to IPR, International Convention on Patents, Industrial Designs and Trademarks, Law relating to International Copyright Conventions, Role of International Organization in Protection of Intellectual Property Rights.
Module II: Relationship between IPR and Outer Space & Telecom Activities, International Law of Outer Space, Intellectual Property Rights in Outer Space Endeavors, Intellectual Property and Space Inventions, National Jurisdiction and Exclusive Rights in Geospatial Data and Databases, Terrestrial Laws for Protection of Geo-spatial Data, Space Activities: Need for International Law and IPR Protection.
Module III: IPR Protection for Outer Space Activities & Telecom Sector in India, IPR Protection Laws of India, Need for IPR Protection Regime for Space Activities of India, Relations of IPR with Spatial Data, India’s Telecom Sector and Need for IPR Protection, IPR and Space Activities: Indian Perspectives.
Module IV: Contemporary Developments, IPR and Space Activities: Emerging Issues, Indian Defence Industry and Protection of IPR Regime
1.2.7. Information Technology and Cyber Laws
Module I: Introduction to Information Technology Law - Need for Information Technology and Law, Relationship between Law and Technology, the Current State of Information Technology in Legal Practice, Information Technology and Law: Barriers to Progress.
Module II: International Law on Information Technology and Cyber Law, Evolution of Information Technology in international realm-World Summit on the Information Society-Geneva summit-Tunisia summit-Role of UNESCO and International Telecommunications Union-International treaties and bodies-ICANN-Internet Governance Forum-Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre-Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement- Harmonization Of Cyber Laws, Development of Cyber Laws Post 2001, Cyber Legislations Worldwide, UNCITRAL Model Law on E-Commerce.
Module III: Information Technology and Cyber Law in India, History of Information Technology and Cyber Laws in India, Information Technology Act 2000 and the subsequent 2006 & 2008 amendments, Cyber Crimes, Regulatory Authorities for Implementation of Cyber Law in India, Cyber Law Jurisprudence in India.
Module IV: Contemporary Challenges for Information Technology and Cyber Laws in India, Computer Forensics, E-Commerce, M-Commerce in India, Satellite Hacking, Cyber Attacks Insurance Computer Insecurity, Hackers, White Hat Hackers, Grey Hat Hackers, Black Hat Hackers, Internet Crime, Internet Fraud
1.2.8. Space Security: Laws and Policies
Module I: International Space Security, Introduction, Concept and Nature of Space Security, The emergence of space domain and perspectives on space security, Space technology and its dual use nature, from telecommunication satellites, remote sensing satellites and debris collectors to laser, Space strategy: towards the space battlefield or operational sanctuary, Space related hazards and threats, Territory and the geopolitics of outer space.
Module II:Laws Governing Space Security, United Nations Legal Principles, COPUOS (1959), The Outer Space Treaty, 1967, The Rescue Agreement, 1968, The Liability Convention, 1972, The registration Convention, 1975, The Moon Treaty, 1979, PAROS UNGA Resolution: 1981, UN GGE: 3rd GGE, (PPWT) (2008) – Treaty between Russia and China, The EU Code of Conduct for Outer Space Activities (2010).
Module III: Space Security Law: Global Perspectives, , Space weaponisation, Space and environment security, Congested Space: Spectrum Crowding, SSA, Orbital Debris, Remote sensing v. State and individual security, Space situational awareness, Satellite data security, National Security, Space security and global cooperation.
Module IV: Space Security Issues in India, India’s Space Policy, India’s Military Capability in Space, Threats to India’s space assets, India’s military options in space, Role of Indian Space and Defence Agencies towards Space Security.

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