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The strength of this book lies in its attempt to expand the terms of the discourse on cybercrimes against women within the Indian context where conservative attitudes and the all-important demand on women to appear pure and chaste makes prurient exposure in the cyber space particularly destructive of their sense of self and ability to live a normal life.
[The book] makes a useful contribution to contemporary debates on digital communications by examining cybercrimes and offences against girls and women in India. Crimes against women in the digital spaces have prompted wide discussions in the popular media, but scholarship on legal and policy issues is still evolving. The book comes as a timely contribution to address some of these gaps.