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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Diploma in Cyber Laws,University Of Pune Question Paper,Paper – II : E-COMMERCE,2010 Question Paper

University Of Pune Question Paper
Diploma in Cyber Laws Examination, 2010
Paper – II : E-COMMERCE
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
Instructions : 1) Question no. 9 is compulsory. It carries 20 marks.
2) Out of the remaining questions, answer any five questions and
each such question carries 16 marks.
1. Explain the concept of virtual banking in cyber laws.
2. Explain the principles of data protection for maintaining and proving electronic
records.
3. Explain the regulations for corporate Financial Services ? Discuss the need for
tax in corporate finance.
4. Discuss the need for consumer protection in cyber world. Explain the suggestive
measures for preventing consumers from cyber squatting and cyber pirates.
5. Define Online Contract and explain its terms and conditions.
6. Discuss the mechanism of transactions of payments of electronic funds ?
List the major benefits of E-commerce.
7. How the electronic agreements can be protected ? Explain the types of evidences
for proving the electronic agreements.
8. Discuss the terms of international control and transnational Data Flow.
9. Answer any four of the following :
i) Role of Better Business Bureau
ii) Procedure for choosing and Registering a domain name
iii) Management of Domain names
iv) Consumer protection in Cyber World
v) Internet advertising
vi) Electronic commerce taxation.


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