About International Journal on Cyberspace Law and Policy
The International Journal on Cyberspace Law and Policy is an academic journal dedicated to the study of legal and policy challenges posed by the development of cyberspace. Through scholarly analysis, the journal examines how cyberspace is regulated, protected, and utilized for various purposes. The journal provides a unique platform to foster an interdisciplinary dialogue on the Cyberspace law and policy challenges in International Wide. It is Bi-Annual (for both E- Journal and Print Journal– ISBN – 978-81-960677-4-8) Peer-Reviewed, published online and IJCLP seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers and Essays in the field of Law. It is run by a diligent editorial board.
IJCLP welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is original, unpublished and un-plagiarized and is in consonance with the submission guidelines.
Theme for Volume 1 Issue 1 of 2023.
They are inviting empirical work/research articles, theoretical papers, research reports, case studies and research ideas for publication from any cyberspace data.
We also suggesting the topics for the submission of papers include by not limited to:
- Artificial Intelligence in Financial Services
- Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
- Copyright challenges in cyberspace
- Cybercrime, Digital Evidence
- Cybersecurity, Cyberwarfare
- Cyberspace issues on Privacy
- Data Protection, and Cyber Security
- E – Commerce, Consumer Protection & Cybercrime issues
- eCommerce, Digital Single Market
- eHealth and New Technologies in Healthcare
- Financial crimes in cyberspace
- Freedom on the Social Web
- International Internet Law
- Internet and Society
- Jurisdiction Issues in cyber crimes
- Net neutrality and the EU electronic communications regulatory framework
- New Media and Politics
- Online Dispute Resolution – European Commission
- Online Intermediaries in the governance of Internet
- Privacy and Personal Data
- Psychology of Cyberspace
- Recognition of liability in the digital world
- The Evolution of Meta Verse and Cyberspace Regulation
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
- Any Contemporary Issues related to Cyberspace
Categories of Manuscript
- Research Papers (Min 3000 and No Limit for Maximum)
- Articles (Min 2000 and No Limit for Maximum)
- Case or Legislative Comment (Min 1500 and No Limit for Maximum)
- Book Review (Min 1500 and No Limit for Maximum)
I. General Instructions
• Research Papers and Articles must be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 300 words.
• Co-authorships are allowed for all categories, except Case Notes and Legislative Comments wherein co-authorship is not permitted. No limit for Co-Authorship.
• All works must be original and unpublished, and must not be pending for review before any other journal. Any form of plagiarism will result in immediate disqualification for publication.
• While it is advisable to adhere to the word limits of each category, the journal may be flexible on the word limit depending on the quality of the article.
• The Selected Papers will be classified for the both Print and E-Journal.
• Don’t Expect the confirmation mail. After submission from the Form the article is directly sent to the review process. Selected papers will be published directly.
1. The manuscript should contain the name of the paper, name of the authors and their institutional affiliation.
2. The main body of the manuscript should be in Times New Roman style, font size 12, with 1.5 line spacing.
3. Footnotes in Times New Roman Style, Size 10, with 1.0 line spacing.
4. All headings must have uniform formatting.
5. Texts and footnotes should conform to the Bluebook 20th Edition.
6. All Manuscript must end with the Reference Section. It is Mandatory.
III. Which Article submission we will not take for the Review Process
1. Articles without the Title, Author Name, Author Designation and Abstract.
2. Articles non-compiling 20th Bluebook Citation Format
3. Articles without Reference Section.
Authors must submit their manuscript from this link – https://forms.gle/YcT1eew4QFBmDq5w8
In case you face any difficulty with online submission, Please mail your Manuscript to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject of “Manuscript Submission – International Journal on Cyberspace Law and Policy”
- Last Date to submit Manuscript – February 15th, 2023.
- Selected/Rejection Confirmation – February 25th, 2023.
- Publication Date – March 5th, 2023.
- Selected Articles for both E-Journal and Printed Journal’s Volume 1 and Issue 1 of 2023 will be published with ISBN – 978-81-960677-4-8. You Can Verify at here – https://isbnnew.inflibnet.ac.in/Recently_Published_Books.aspx
- Our Journals ISSN Request was processing before the National Centre. At the Time of Allotment of ISSN, we will reproduce the certificates with the ISSN.
No Publication Fee or Processing Fee.
For More Details:-
Lavanya P – Editorial Committee- email@example.com