2013-01-08 08:30:05 - Asian School Of Cyber Laws, in association with Data64 Techno Solutions Pvt. Ltd, has launched “Facebook Law in India”, a free online course catering to all age groups.
Of all the cyber crimes committed unknowingly, the simplest to avoid are Facebook crimes. If people could only know what they can legally post on Facebook and what they can’t, many would not get on the wrong side of the law. Such awareness has become a necessity in today’s world.
Asian School of Cyber Laws has taken this initiative to educate the masses and to create awareness amongst them. This free course is open to all and includes an eBook, interactive quiz and a certificate of achievement on completion.
Mr. Rohas Nagpal, President, Asian School of Cyber Laws, commented, “With social networking being the de facto method of keeping in touch these days, people need to be aware of the legalities involved
when they make comments and posts on Facebook so that they don’t get into trouble with the law. There have been several arrests in the past year because people are unaware about the legal issues that arise when they post on Facebook. It’s important for each one of us to be aware and to be alert while using a Social Media site like Facebook.”
To take the course, visit: www.asianlaws.org/free.php
About Asian School Of Cyber Law:
ASCL has assisted the Government of India in framing draft rules and regulations under the Information Technology Act, drafting model rules for the functioning of Cyber Cafes and drafting the Information Age Crimes Act. ASCL has assisted the Controller of Certifying Authorities in drafting regulations relating to the recognition of foreign certifying authorities. ASCL has also provided academic support to the National Consultation meeting on Enforcement of Cyber Law held at New Delhi on 31st January 2010.