2023 is a critical year for technology policy in India: India has assumed leadership of the G20 and technology is a key part of its mandate. With the 2024 elections looming large, the current government still has much left on their agenda, and might look to close all the open processes prior to election year. Hanging in the balance are the Data Protection Bill, Digital India Act, Telecom Bill, Competition Bill. The two terms of the BJP government have seen rapid digitisation, and a rollout of key tech policies. It’s important to understand the broader direction that India is taking with technology policy: what are the underlying themes? What are the key ideas behind the rollout of “digital public goods”. What role will tech play in India’s future? What are the patterns we’re observing when it comes to development of technology policy in India?
Join us for a briefing with MediaNama’s Founder and Editor Nikhil Pahwa, exclusively for MediaNama’s subscribers, as he decodes India’s technology policy trends, and identify key patterns that will influence technology policy in 2023.
Title: Tech Policy in 2023
Date: January 24, 2023; Tuesday
Time: 2:00 – 3:30 pm IST
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What we will cover
In this Briefing, we will cover:
- Digitisation trends in India
- Understanding India’s geopolitical strategy with technology policy
- Five (5) key trends defining India’s approach technology policy
- Impact of India’s startup ecosystem on India’s approach to digital regulations
- What to expect in 2023
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The session will begin at 2 pm with a presentation, explaining key points and implications of these policy changes, followed by a Q&A session, in which attendees can ask questions and/or debate issues.