India’s Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, in the Ministry of Commerce, which is looking to define India’s eCommerce policy, recently ran a consultation process seeking submissions from various stakeholders on what the future of the Internet economy in India should be like. Like we mentioned earlier, this was more of an Internet Economy policy, than an eCommerce policy.

MediaNama is compiling a list of submissions made as a part of the consultation, in the absence of the DPIIT doing that.

If you’ve submitted your comments to DPIIT, and would like them to be included in this list, please email your submissions to nikhil@medianama.com.

The list of submissions:

  1. 1mg [DOC]
  2. Access Now [PDF]
  3. All India Online Vendors’ Association [DOC]
  4. American Chamber of Commerce in India (via Industry sources) [DOC]
  5. Asia Cloud Computing Association (via Industry sources) [DOC]
  6. Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association [PDF]
  7. Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (via Industry sources) [DOC]
  8. Bengaluru Jilla Beedhi Vyapari Sanghatnegala Okkuta / Bengaluru Street Vendors Federation [PDF]
  9. Broadband India Forum [PDF]
  10. BSA | The Software Alliance [PDF]
  11. Centre for Internet & Society, India [PDF]
  12. Cellular Operators Association of India [PDF], Annexure [PDF]
  13. CUTS International [PDF]
  14. Cyber Cafe Association of India [PDF]
  15. The Dialogue [PDF]
  16. Digital Empowerment Foundation [PDF]
  17. Economic Laws Practice [PDF]
  18. IndiaTech.org [PDF]
  19. Indian Music Industry [PDF]
  20. IndusLaw [PDF]
  21. Information Technology Industry Council (via Industry sources) [DOC]
  22. The Internet Society Chennai [PDF]
  23. The Internet Society Delhi [PDF]
  24. Internet and Mobile Association of India [PDF]
  25. Internet Democracy Project [PDF]
  26. IT for Change [DOC]
  27. Joint Action Committee Against Foreign Retail and E-Commerce [Members] [DOC]
  28. Koan Advisory [PDF]
  29. MediaNama [PDF]
  30. Mozilla [PDF]
  31. NASSCOM [PDF]
  32. Software Freedom Law Center, India [PDF]
  33. Tarunima Prabhakar, University of California Berkeley [PDF]
  34. US India Strategic Partnership Forum [PDF]
  35. V. Sridhar, International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore [PDF]

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Ps. For a lowdown on what the draft policy contains, download our free report.