Digital Security Training at Haiyya Camp, ‘Post. Don’t Rost’

Haiyya organised a Haiyya Camp, ‘Post. Don’t Rost’ on Sept 1st, 2018 to provide training on organizing skills to the participants so that they can take leadership and act on the issue of cyberbullying. As a knowledge partner to the event, conducted a session discussing issue of online harassment/ cyberbullying and various measures/ tools which can help in protecting privacy online.

Round Table Discussion on the Personal Data Protection Bill: 4th September (Tuesday) at the IIC, Delhi

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has sought comments on the Draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018 by the 10th of September 2018. We are holding a Round Table discussion on the draft Bill on 04 September 2018 (Tuesday) at the India International Centre (Seminar Hall No. 1), New Delhi between 1:45-5:00 pm. This is an invite only event with experts from Civil Society, Academia, Industry and Media.

Digital Security Trainings in Kerala conducted four Digital Security Trainings at Kerala, including two full-day workshops for Master Trainers from KITE (Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education), a training Lawyers at Kerala High Court Advocate Association (KHCAA), and a training for students and teachers at Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Digital Security Training at Mozilla’s 20th Anniversary Celebrations

On Saturday March 31, hosted an event organized by the Mozilla Delhi Community on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Mozilla. The event was organized at our New Delhi office from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, and had Mozilla volunteers sharing their experiences working with the Mozilla community and discussing the road-map for future campaigns. at Swatantra ’17

Dates: 20 and 21 December 2017

Venue: Mascot Hotel, Trivandrum, Kerala, India

People in attendance: ~400


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

  1. Prasanth Sugathan, Legal Director,

  2. Praveen Arimbrathodiyil, Pirate Party of India

  3. Benjamin Maco Hill, Assistant Professor in Communication, University of Washington