About the NLIU Cell for Law and Technology (NLIU-CLT)

The NLIU Cell for Law and Technology (NLIU-CLT) was constituted at National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal in the year 2019. It aims to create and promote an environment of debate and discussion on issues relating to Technology Law. The Cell has been continuously taking efforts to engage in a variety of activities to keep up with its vision to be ahead of the curve when it comes to the intricate interactions between technology and legal policy.

About CyberPeace Foundation

CyberPeace Foundation (CPF) is the world’s first non-profit civil society organization and think tank of cyber and policy experts with the vision of pioneering CyberPeace initiatives to build collective resilience against cybercrimes & global threats of cyber warfare. As a pioneer in CyberPeace advocacy, CPF is on a mission to promote “Technology for Good” beyond borders. CyberPeace Foundation is involved in Policy Advocacy, Research and Training related to all aspects of CyberPeace and CyberSecurity. Key areas of CyberPeace Foundation’s work are in Technology Governance, Policy Review and Advocacy, Capacity and Capability creation and building through partnerships with various government organizations, academic institutions and civil society entities.

About the ‘NLIU-CyberPeace Talk on Data Privacy’

CyberPeace Foundation plans to hold consultations with the academia, especially the young netizens, on their understanding of Data Privacy and Data Protection. The learnings from ground will be compiled as a White Paper which shall be submitted to the government while adhering to data confidentiality norms.

The NLIU Cell for Law and Technology is organizing a panel discussion in collaboration with CyberPeace Foundation – the NLIU-CyberPeace Talk on Data Privacy. The panellists include Mr Vineet Kumar, Founder, CyberPeace Foundation, Mr Rajinder K Vij, Former Director General of Police, Chhattisgarh and Mr Santosh Sharma, Bandhan Bank.

The ‘NLIU-CyberPeace Talk on Data Privacy’, which is the 10th Episode of the CLT TalkShows, is scheduled to be held from 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM on 09 November 2022, Wednesday. All participants shall be awarded a Certificate of Participation.

Registration Form: https://forms.gle/wi1oXYE5PScEj9TS6.

Deadline: 11:59 PM, 31 October 2022 (Monday).

Submission of Opinion

Participants may also submit an opinion on the question – ‘Whether withdrawal of the Data Protection Bill by the government is pragmatic?’. Submission of opinion is not compulsory for participating in the Talk. The three best submissions shall be published on our Blog for Law and Technology and the authors shall be awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for the same.

Question: Whether withdrawal of the Data Protection Bill by the government is pragmatic?

Submission Guidelines: https://clt.nliu.ac.in/?page_id=49. Only single authorship is allowed.

Opinion Submission Form: https://forms.gle/NdoRf7Rb2jThESjb8.

Deadline: 11:59 PM, 31 October 2022 (Monday).

The Talk shall be conducted in a hybrid mode. Students from law colleges in Bhopal shall have the opportunity to attend the Talk physically at the NLIU Campus while students of other law colleges and universities may attend it online. All the participants are requested to fill the registration form and/or submit their ‘Opinion’ by 31 October 2022 (Monday). The link to join the Talk shall be emailed to all the registered candidates.

Contact Details: In case of any queries, please write to us at clt@nliu.ac.in.

Official Website: For more details please visit https://clt.nliu.ac.in/.

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