A ‘Digital Rights Reform Agenda’ for India - What Have Political Parties Missed Out this Election Season?

Apr 12, 2019

Yesterday, India entered 7-phases of national elections spanning a little over a month. This election season, we bring to you a ‘Digital Rights Reform Agenda’ which is missing from most political parties’ promises and manifestos. We believe that these topics should be on the agenda list of all political outfits in India claiming a stake on parliament seats. A list of key digital rights issues worthy of political importance are

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A Look at Party Manifestos for the 17th Lok Sabha Elections- Will Political Parties Defend Our Digital Freedom?

Apr 04, 2019

The 7-phase, 17th Lok Sabha elections will begin on April 11, 2019 and continue until May 19, 2019.

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Joint Letter to MeitY Addressing Key Issues with the Draft IL Rules, 2018

Feb 01, 2019

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India ("MeitY"), released the Draft Intermediaries Guidelines (Amendment) Rules, 2018 on the 24th of December, 2018 ("the Draft Rules").

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SFLC.in at Swatantra ’17

Jan 03, 2018

Dates: 20 and 21 December 2017

Venue: Mascot Hotel, Trivandrum, Kerala, India

People in attendance: ~400

 

Panel Discussion

SFLC.in was a part of the closing session titled “Software Freedom – Challenges Ahead”. Panelists included:

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Round Table: "Right to Privacy: What now?" on 16th November 2017

Nov 13, 2017

The Supreme Court's recognition of privacy as a fundamental right is the beginning of a new era in Indian constitutional jurisprudence. The SC's unanimous judgment in this regard (K.S.Puttaswamy vs Union of India) will usher in a period of great technical and legal creativity.

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Workshop on 'What are people's rights in the digital world?'

Dec 11, 2015

'What are people's rights in the digital world? - Moving towards a digital social contract' (Bengaluru, 4-5 December, 2015)

SFLC.in participated in a 2 day workshop organized by IT for Change in Bengaluru on the theme of the changing nature of human rights in the digital age.

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