OutLawed is an organisation that seeks to bolster the engagement of citizens with law and policy, with a specific emphasis on educating school students on various facets of Indian law. The organisation also has several other initiatives to facilitate legal education for the common man.
OutLawed has also initiated an online series-Out Loud, to facilitate discussion on various topics and talks by legal luminaries on contemporary topics in order to create more legal and social awareness among the general public. It is free and open for all. The discussion happens on Zoom.
About the Session
The latest Out Loud talk on the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019. The session will include a discussion on the implications for privacy, and government intervention. The session will also have a round of questions and answers at the end. It promises to be a very interactive and interesting talk. Please register below in order to receive the Zoom link for the meeting.
This talk is in collaboration with the Center for Internet and Society. The Centre for Internet and Society (CIS) is a non-profit organisation that undertakes interdisciplinary research on the internet and digital technologies from policy and academic perspectives.
Shweta Reddy: Shweta is a programme officer at CIS. She holds a bachelor of law degree from Jindal Global Law School and holds a CIPP/USA certification from IAPP. At CIP, she works on regulatory practices and artificial intelligence.
Mira: Mira is a programme officer at CIS. She holds a bachelor of law degree from School of Law Christ University, Bangalore. At CIS she works on free speech, digital identity, cybersecurity and regulatory practices.
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