We’re pleased to announce a speakers for our half day #NAMAprivacy discussion on India’s Data Protection Law in Bengaluru on Thursday, the 30th of August 2018, focused on India’s Data Protection Law. We have around 170 people confirmed for participating in this curated discussion. This discussion is supported by PhonePe, Google, STAR Facebook and ISOC (Internet Society).
VENUE, DATE & TIME
VENUE: Spring Hall (Lobby), Hotel Royal Orchid, Domlur, Bengaluru
DATE: August 30, 2018
TIME: 12pm (Noon)
1200-1300 hrs: Registration and Lunch
1315-1430 hrs: Data processing and obligation and impact on business and users.
Speakers: Vidushi Marda, P. Srinivas, Rahul Matthan, Kaushik Das
1430-1445 hrs: Tea break
1445-1600 hrs: Data localisation, sovereignty, cross-border data flows
Speakers: Nayantara Ranganathan, Vinay Kesari, Na.Vijayshankar (Naavi)
1615-1730 hrs: Governance of government data
Speakers: Alok Prasanna Kumar, Manasa Venkataraman, Anand Venkatanarayanan
1730-1830 hrs: Tea and Snacks
If you’ve been for one of your discussions previously, you know that all attendees are participants, and our focus is on facilitating an audience discussion; the speakers are essentially give you something to think about, and their comments are meant to be something that you ask about, or voice your views on.
We’re confirmed participation from people from organisations including Adya Inc, Akshara Foundation, Amazon, Axilor Ventures, Capillary Technologies, Capital Float, CCICI, Centre for Internet & Society, Cisco, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Deloitte, Dua Consulting, EdGE Networks, Exotel Techcom, Founding Fuel, HasGeek, Hotstar, IDFC Institute, IIIT-Bengaluru, IIIT-Hyderabad, IIM-Bangalore, India Open Data Association, Indian Kanoon, IndiaSpend, Inshorts, Instamojo. IT for Change, Kotak Mahindra Bank, MDIF, Nishith Desai Associates, NLSU-Bangalore, Panag & Babu Law Offices, PayU, PLR Chambers, Prime Venture Partners, Rang De, Razorpay, Reverie Language Technologies, Sequoia Capital, ShareChat, Signzy, Star India, Takshashila Institution, The Ajatshatru Chambers, The Economic Times, Trustless.ai, Twitter, Uber, Udhaar, Vayam ,Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, VSR Tech Solutions Wipro, Wizely, Dunzo, Edelman, Ekstep, Flipkart, Flipkart, GigSky, Omanvat Web Services, Paytm, PeopleID, Practo, Reuters, Scripbox, Scroll.in, SFLC.in, Trilegal, Times of India, among others.
Our reading list for the event
- The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018
- Data Protection Report by Srikrishna Committee
- Aadhaar In The Dock: Srikrishna Committee report effectively indicts many practices, principles of UIDAI
- Dvara Research’s data protection bill
- The dissenting voices in the Srikrishna Committee’s Data Protection report
- Towards a Data Protection Framework
- Mozilla weighs in on India’s draft data protection bill
- Rahul Matthan’s 3-part series on the Srikrishna Bill: Part 1, 2 & 3
- India’s data protection draft ignores key next-generation rights
- Privacy After Puttaswamy
- Building state capacity for regulation in India
- A fundamental error: The Srikrishna report on data protection misinterprets the Supreme Court’s right to privacy judgment
- Can the Aadhaar Act and a Data Protection Act Coexist?
- What is data localisation and why a push for it is raising concerns about privacy in India
- Data localisation and the danger of a ‘splinternet’
- All roads of data sovereignty lead to a dystopia
- Draft National E-commerce Policy: data localisation and priority to domestic companies
- IT Sovereignty in India – The Data Centre Dimension (2014), by Vinit Goenka
- Opinion: Data localisation is no solution
- Rising Demands for Data Localization a Response to Weak Data Protection Mechanisms
- The Costs of Data Localization
- Nehaa Chaudhari on TRAI’s recommendations (and RBI’s localisation circular) in light of the data protection bill
- Towards a Privacy Framework for India in the Age of the Internet
- Data Protection Bill: Missed Opportunity for Surveillance Reform
- Life Inside China’s Social Credit Laboratory
- UIDAI rejects NCRB plea for database access
- Database State to Surveillance State
- Data privacy: Too many hats for UIDAI
- Gautam Bhatia: State Surveillance and the Right to Privacy in India: A Constitutional Biography
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