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Our report on the Intermediary Liability round table in Delhi, ahead of Bangalore discussion

Following our incisive discussion in Delhi on Intermediary Liability: The Way Forward, we’ve put together an equally sharp and focused report covering some of the most important points made during the discussion. You can download your copy of the report here.

We are also hosting a follow-up round table discussion in Bangalore (Sapphire, Hilton EGL) on November 22nd, 2019, and you can apply to attend here: http://bit.ly/il02bangalore

In Delhi, our discussion centred around traceability, state surveillance, and automated takedowns. Taking that further, we will focus on proactive monitoring, concerns around free speech, and the impact of all of this on the business and health of intermediaries in Bangalore. We are especially looking at capturing voices from India’s start-up ecosystem to add further nuance to the debate.

This is an invite-only session, you can apply to attend here. Please feel free to suggest points of discussion and questions you think ought to be raised in the application form. If you think someone else could contribute to this discussion, nominate them and we will reach out to them.

If you fit our mandate for the audience, we’ll send you a confirmation on or before November 19, 2019. Your contact information will never be shared with anyone outside of MediaNama.

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