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					   "Privacy Law, Technology Policy and
              the Internet"

           Thursday 25-Friday 26 February 2010,
                            Hyderabad, India
Hosted by the Centre for World Solidarity , Secunderabad within the context of
the SET-DEV project.

                     Draft Programme (version 08-02-2010)

Thursday 25th February 2010
09:00 – 09:30    Registration

09:30 – 09:40    Welcome Address

09:40 – 10:00    SET-DEV Developments in Work-Packages to date
                 Daniele Mezzana

Session 1: Setting the Context

10:00 – 11.15    Privacy, Personality Law, Technology and Religion: an external
                 view of India as the world's laboratory
                 J.A. Cannataci & N. Brockdorff

                 Compensatory Jurisprudence in India
                 J.L. Kaul

                 Content Regulation and Privacy Concern
                 Salman Waris

11:15 – 11:30    Coffee Break

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Session 2: Privacy and Personality rights - 1

11:30 – 13.00    Privatising Privacy: Online Challenges to a Constitutional
                 Apar Gupta

                 Development of privacy and data protection laws in India and the
                 present scenario
                 Shardul Vats & Manju Sagar

                 Sharing good practice: Interpreting the right to private life in
                 Europe and India
                 Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici

                 Privacy and Protection for Women in Present Society

13:00 – 14:00    Lunch Break

Session 3: ICT regulation

14:00 – 15:35    Cyberdissidentship rising: Tensions between the State and Social
                 Jaspal Kaur Sadhu Singh

                 The Modern day dynamics of the rule of law - An analysis of the
                 assimilation of ICT through E-Justice
                 Shubhang Setlur and Sukrit Kapoor

                 Constitution, Information and Transparent Governance
                 Navjyoti Singh & Abhishek Sainani

                 ‘Water or the Web’ Challenges and lessons to be learnt in bridging
                 the digital divide: An Indian Perspective
                 Dinusha Mendis

15:35 – 16:00    Tea Break

Session 4: Regulation of Cybercrime

16:00 – 17:00    New Crimes under the IT (Amendment) Act, 2008 - Amlan Mohanty

                 Cyber Crime: A mega Threat - Prithpal Kaur and Gagan Preet

19:00            Conference Dinner

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Friday 26th February 2010
Session 5: Intellectual Property Regulation

09:15 – 10:30    Answer To The Machine Should Come From Machine
                 Saleena K B

                 Liability of OSP for third party content
                 Debajyoti Das

                 Indian Position on Parallel Imports – National v International
                 Patent - Dilip Bharadwaj, Abhishek Mishra

10:30 – 10:45    Coffee Break

Session 6: Privacy and Personality rights – 2

10:45 – 12:00    Unique Identification Number, One-Form per Citizen
                 Yaso Vardhan Reddy and Navjyoti Singh

                 Idea of Dvija (dual-embodiment), Persona and Privacy
                 Navjyoti SIngh

                 Privacy and Policy Issues Podcasting Distance Education
                 Iyer, Parameshwar P

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