Naavi’s E Books

Naavi was the author of the first book on Cyber Laws in India titled “Cyber Laws For Every Netizen in India” which was released 0n 9th December 2000 in Chennai. Since then Naavi has authored several books.

Some of the earlier books are now available free in E Book form.

There are also a few E Books which are presently on sale.

There are presently following books which are available in print version.

The details of the E-books are as follows:

Books Current and Available as E Books only:

Name Price (Rs)
Personal Data Protection Act of India (PDPA2020)

(Kindle Version available on Amazon. Can be read on PC or Mobile using Kindle reader app)

Presently not in sale
Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act clarified 300
Electronic Signatures Made Easy (Version 2020) 200
Cyber Crimes& ITA 2008 (E Book Version) 400
Cyber Laws for Engineers 500/-
All above 4 books together 1200/-

(P.S: Above E Books are in PDF form and print disabled)

You can pay the required amount using this link:


Free E Books:

Cyber Laws for Every one

Cyber Laws for Every Netizen-2004

ITAA 2005-You Be The Judge

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Cyber Laws for Every Netizen



6 Responses to Naavi’s E Books

  1. saurav says:


    I am customer of one of the life insruance company. I have a query from legal point of view as follows:

    1. While making online payment for life insruance product, should online receipt be digitally signed? What is the liability on customer and insurance company if it is not digitally signed

    • As a procedure to be followed by a responsible company, the receipts issued should be digitally signed. However, if the online receipt is not digitally signed the document is like an “Unsigned” paper document. It can still be used as evidence along with ancillary evidence. The ancillary evidence should ideally be certified as per procedure adopted by

      • Ravi C S says:

        Sometimes the receipt may state that no signature required since this is a computer generated statement.

        With that disclaimer, it is meant to be a valid receipt as one with a handwritten, digital signature..

        Ravi C S

        • No. The disclaimer does not have the status of signature.

          • Ravi C S says:

            Im not saying that the disclaimer has the status of a signature but what I mean is that by stating that a signature is not required since it is a computer generated receipt, the company is stating that it is still a valid receipt and is issued by the company.

          • You can hold it as a receipt if the company does not repudiate. If it repudiates, it is as good as an oral statement. At best you can prove it with other ancillary documents. It is like heads I win, Tails you lose.

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