An Analysis of Digital Records and Their Juridical Ramifications: Bangladesh Perspective

Taki, Mohammad Khabbab (2023) An Analysis of Digital Records and Their Juridical Ramifications: Bangladesh Perspective. Beijing Law Review, 14 (04). pp. 1930-1940. ISSN 2159-4627

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The advent of digital technology has transformed the way information is created, stored, and accessed in contemporary society. In Bangladesh, this shift towards digitization has significantly impacted record-keeping practices across various sectors, including government, business, and academia. This research paper delves into the multifaceted realm of digital records and explores their juridical implications within the specific context of Bangladesh. Drawing on a comprehensive review of relevant literature, legal frameworks, this study examines the challenges and opportunities presented by the digitalization of records in Bangladesh. It analyzes how digital records influence legal procedures, evidence presentation, and data security, shedding light on the evolving landscape of digital forensics and e-discovery in the country’s legal system. Furthermore, this paper critically evaluates the existing legal and regulatory frameworks governing digital records in Bangladesh and offers recommendations for their enhancement to ensure data integrity, privacy protection, and compliance with international standards. By providing a comprehensive overview of the juridical ramifications of digital records in Bangladesh, this research contributes to the ongoing discourse on modernizing legal practices in an increasingly digitized world while safeguarding the rights and interests of all stakeholders.

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Date Deposited: 13 Dec 2023 12:43
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