Centre for Internet & Society

Amber Sinha participated as a panelist in the discussion on adapting privacy to new technologies organised by the USIBC on March 6, 2018 in New Delhi.

The way consumers interact with technology is quickly evolving, and there are distinct implications for privacy as these new applications and products become embedded in our daily lives. Many new technologies eliminate the need for consumers to interface with a screen, relying on sensor data, verbal interactions, or innate human communications – a grin or hand gesture. As technology evolves, so must the privacy protections.

Moderator: Ashutosh Chadha, Group Director, government Affairs & Public policy, Microsoft India


  1. Shaundra Watson, Director, Policy, BSA | The Software Alliance
  2. Betsy Broder, Counsel for International Consumer Protection, U.S. FTC
  3. Amber Sinha, Senior Programme Manager, Centre for Internet and Society (CIS)
  4. Riccardo Masucci, Global Director of Privacy Policy, Intel
  5. Srinivas Poosarla, Vice President & Head (Global), Privacy & Data Protection, Infosys Limited