Cyber Law Consulting is an award-winning Techno-legal law firm. The blogs should align with the areas of interest of this firm and can expand and explore new aspects of the cyber domain. This firm mainly deals with cyber security, cybercrimes, The IT Act, 2000, data theft, source code theft, hacking, DDoS, ransomware, virus, pornography laws, Facebook abuse, online defamation, child pornography laws, cyberstalking, revenge porn, e-commerce laws, IPR, financial & EOW crimes (online banking frauds, cryptocurrency & blockchain, AI, credit card frauds, e-mail fraud, matrimonial frauds, stock market fraud, MLM frauds), privacy law, digital wallet issues, electronic evidence issues, The IT Act, 2000 compliance and privacy law compliance. Apart from these, we also look into expert arguments, bails, cross-examinations, appeals, drafting & vetting of petitions involving technology & electronic profiles.
• Submissions must be between 800 and 1200 words in length. Consideration of publishing longer pieces in parts is done.
• Submissions must be made in Word document (.docx) format.
• Co-authorship up to a maximum of 2 authors is permitted.
• All sources must be added as references at the bottom of the article. We use links rather than citations for references. Links should direct readers to more detailed reports or other pieces of research, news items or other blog posts. Open access sources are preferable compared to those behind paywalls.
• Plagiarism must be limited to below 10%.
• All submissions must be accompanied by an author bio of about 3- 4 lines, a summary of the submission of about 2-3 lines, and 3-4 keywords.
• Authors must ensure that their chosen theme/arguments have yet to be substantially covered in past blogs/articles on the website. However, this does not apply to different perspectives or responses to existing content.
• All manuscripts submitted must be original and must not have been published elsewhere.
• If a manuscript submitted to the CLC blog has been submitted and accepted by any other journal, then the author must withdraw their submission from CLC. If the CLC blog agrees with the manuscript first, the author must remove it for consideration from all other journals or blogs. Please do so to avoid the removal of the piece from consideration for publication on the CLC blog page.
• All submissions should be sent as Word documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We accept contributions to the CLC blog on a rolling basis.
Note: Submissions must conform to these guidelines to be accepted with review. While we strive to provide substantive feedback for every submission we receive, it may only sometimes be possible to do so, given the number of submissions. We reserve the right to reject submissions without providing substantive feedback.