A session on policy developments in relation to cryptocurrencies at the #NAMA Bootcamp for cryptocurrencies by Tanya Sadana.
Join us in Bengaluru on the 29th for a discussion on the proposed intermediary guidelines – diluting the safety net for online intermediaries from liability on account of third party activity on their platforms. The Dialogue is for #socialmedia cos, messaging platforms, #videostreaming platforms, #gaming platforms, and founders who want to be on the leading edge of regulatory changes, to minimise business impact. Do write in if you would like to join. #techpolicy #startups
MediaNama, a leading online media portal, curated an open house discussion on key issues related to Impact of Internet Shutdowns in India. Announcing #NAMApolicy: Impact of Internet Shutdowns, Delhi, 6th December 2017 #ad
Opinion piece on the impact of the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Aadhaar case on private companies. I argue that the government needs to pass a new law to enable the voluntary use of Aadhaar in the private sector. It is important that we allow individuals to make decisions about their information, an essential aspect of the fundamental right to privacy.
Ikigai Law’s brief on the discussions that took place during ‘The Dialogue’ with a focus on highlighting key issues for startups.
Tuhina Joshi wrote an opinion piece on the Supreme Court’s decision to allow live-streaming of courtroom proceedings in India. https://www.thequint.com/voices/opinion/sc-live-streaming-true-access-to-justice-now-a-reality-in-india
Opinion piece on what the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Aadhaar case translates to in practice. https://www.firstpost.com/tech/news-analysis/aadhaar-verdict-what-does-supreme-courts-historic-judgment-mean-for-everyone-5271621.html
MediaNama, a leading online media portal curated a discussion on key issues under India’s draft e-commerce policy as well as the need for a national e-commerce policy. Announcing #NAMApolicy event on India’s E-commerce Policy; Sept 26th 2018, Delhi #ad
Inc42’s coverage of ‘The Dialogue’ that focused on the main issues covered during the conference and included participants comments. https://inc42.com/buzz/the-dialogue-by-inc42-ikigai-law-pdp-bill-marks-a-clear-divide-between-the-mindsets-of-policy-makers-and-startups/
Consumer Unity Trust Society (CUTS), a non-profit organisation based in India, organised a conference to discuss the implications of data localisation and the data protection bill on consumers. We're all set! Round-table on ''Consumer Sovereignty in times of Data Localisation'' is ready to kick of. Engaging discussions, interesting Q&As and a lot more lined upRead more