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

'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. This involved understanding digital rights from a lens beyond that of civil and political rights and to include the social and economic rights in its purview as well.

Debate on "Do Indians have a Constitutional Right to Privacy?" at OP Jindal Global University

SFLC.in organized a debate and panel discussion on"Do Indians have a Constitutional Right to Privacy?" in collaboration with National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI)at O.P Jindal Global University on 1st November, 2015. The event began with opening remarks from Mr. Prasanth Sugathan as a co-sponsor of the event giving a brief introduction of the many facets of privacy and the ways in which it has changed over the years along with highlighting the work profile of SFLC.in and its working style.

Conventional Debate and Panel Discussion: Do Indians have a Constitutional Right to Privacy? (November 1, 2015 @ JGLS, Sonipat, Haryana)

SFLC.in, in association with the National Internet Exchange of India and the DebSoc and IPSoc of the O.P.Jindal Global Law School, is organizing a conventional debate and panel discussion on "Do Indians have a Constitutional Right to Privacy?" on November 1, 2015 at O.P.Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, Haryana from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Mr. Baijayant Panda (Hon'ble Member of Parliament, Kendrapara, Odisha) will be the Chief Guest for the event. Dr. Arvind Gupta (National Technology Head, BJP) and Dr. Govind (CEO, NIXI) will be the Guests of Honour, and Mr.

Second Asian Legal Network Round-table

SFLC.IN in association with Open Invention Network is organizing the Second Asian Legal Network round-table at the Oberoi Hotel, Bangalore on Wednesday, 12th August 2015 from 12:00 PM to 6:30 PM.

The event will be structured as a round-table between 40 to 50 participants in an informal half-day setting and will present a unique opportunity to discuss key issues impacting our business segment. The agenda will be anchored by a keynote speech exploring the key legal challenges and opportunities that leading Indian companies face when engaging with Open Source Software.