Legalizing Digital Commercialization Of Traditional Sector

Akriti Singh, University School of Law & Legal Studies, GGSIPU


The indicative scenarios of the reality depict the thrust of Covid-19 on the Indian and world’s economy. The article initially unfolds by defining certain circumstances and derivation of human actions to relate with business fluctuation witnessed in the pandemic. Further, it analyzes the human tendency to seek a path for the achievement of the goal. And how the reality parallelly proceeds with examining the definition, classifications, impact, and pitfalls of the Digital Economy. As far as the author’s consideration, the economy is collective statistics of different segments. Towards the end, the author thoroughly evaluates the inclusion of the Traditional Indian sector in the sub-set of E-commerce. Therefore, provides legal consideration to hold with respect to the advent of technology in the economy.

Keywords: Digital Economy, Covid-19, E-commerce, M-commerce, Agriculture.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


Accessibility: Open Access

License: Creative Commons 4.0

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