Cyber Laws in Different Countries

Any laws that deal with safeguarding the Internet and other online communication technologies are referred to as cyber law. Counties and jurisdictions have different cyber laws. Cyber laws guarantee the accuracy, security, confidentiality, and privacy of information in both public and private organisations. Due to the rise in global Internet usage, these rules have gained more attention. 

Country Name Laws / Acts Website
Australia The Trade Marks Act 1995
The Patents Act 1990
The Copyright Act 1968
Cybercrime Act 2001
Brazil Copyright Law, 30/06/1994
Belgium Copyright Law, 30/06/1994
Computer Hacking
Canada Copyright Act (R.S.C., 1995, c.C-42)
Trademark Law
Canadian Criminal Code Section 342.1
China Copyright Law of the People's Republic of China (October 27, 2001)
Trademark Law of the People's Republic of China (October 27, 2001)
Germany Section 202a. Data Espionage
Section 303a. Alteration of Data
Section 303b. Computer Sabotage
Hong Kong Article 139 of the Basic Law
India The Patents (Amendment) Act, 1999
Trade Marks Act, 1999
The Copyright Act, 1957
Information Technology Act
Italy Penal Code Article 615 ter
Japan The Trademark Law (Law No. 127 of 1957)
Copyright Management Business Law ( of 2000)
Singapore Computer Misuse Act
South Africa Trademark Act 194 of 1993
Copyright Act of 1978
South Korea Copyright Law Act No. 3916
Industrial Design Protection Act
United Kingdom The Copyright, Etc. and Trademarks (offences And Enforcement) Act 2002
Trademarks Act 1994 (TMA)
Computer Misue Act 1990
The Network and Information Systems Regulations 2018
Communications Act 2003
The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003
Investigatory Powers Act 2016
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000

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