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Final call for #NAMApolicy: Fake News, Rumors & Online Content Regulation, 22nd Feb, Delhi – #ad


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We’ve confirmed over 100+ attendees for our curated, invitation-only, #NAMApolicy open house discussion on the ‘Fake News, Rumors & Online Content Regulation‘, at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Delhi, 6:30 pm on 22nd February 2017.

MediaNama is hosting this session in association with Mint.

Now, we know that there are often drop-outs, so, in case you wish to be put on a wait-list, pending cancellations (we’ll let you know by Tuesday morning) please click here to apply. Deadline for applications closes at 9:00 pm, Saturday, 18th February.

Why are we hosting this discussion?

At a time when millions of Indians are coming online each month, and the consumption of content is increasing rapidly, it’s important to examine how Fake News can impact democratic processes, and the challenges that countries and citizens face because of it. We also want to examine the impact that potential regulation may have on the distribution and consumption of content online in India, and implications for citizens, media owners, content creators and governments, as well as platforms from an intermediary liability perspective.

Most importantly, we want to explore how Fake News can be addressed without regulation.

Confirmed attendees

We’ve got confirmed attendees from: Adobe, Baxi, BBC News, Bloomberg-Quint, Breakthrough, Business Standard, Carnegie India, CCG/NLU-Delhi, CPR, CIS, CSDS, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Delhi Press, DEF, Facebook, Feminism in India, Google, HT Media, IAMAI, ICANN, India Today Online, Luthra & Luthra, MeitY/DeitY, Microsoft, NSUI, Newslaundry, Nishith Desai Associates, ORF, Offices of Members of Parliament Derek O’Brien, Rajeev Chandrasekhar & Tathagata Sathpaty, Outlook Magazine, Pariksha Labs, PRS Legislative Research, Quartz India, Saikrishna & Associates, Samsung, ScoopWhoop, Scroll.in, The Huffington Post, The Indian Express, The Ken, The Times of India, Times Internet, Twitter, Uber, etc.

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Please click here to apply to our wait-list.

Note that this is a curated event, and meant only for those who are already working in this domain.

To get a sense of the depth of the discussions at #NAMA events, do check our #NAMAvoip & #NAMAindic coverage.

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