Centre for Internet & Society

On June 16, 2012, Privacy India in partnership with the Centre for Internet & Society, Bangalore, International Development Research Centre, Canada, Privacy International, UK and the Society in Action Group, Gurgaon organised a public discussion on “Securing e-Governance: Ensuring Data Protection and Privacy”, at the Ahmedabad Management Association.

The conversation brought together a cross section of citizens, lawyers, activists, researchers, academia and students.


About Privacy India

Privacy India was established in 2010 with the objective of raising awareness, sparking civil action and promoting democratic dialogue around privacy challenges and violations in India. One of our goals is to build consensus towards the promulgation of comprehensive privacy legislation in India through consultations with the public, policymakers, legislators and the legal and academic community.

[1] Nagesh Prabhu, A way to check bogus ration cards, THE HINDU, September 18, 2010, http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/article696087.ece (last visited Oct 23, 2011).

Click below to download the following resources:

  1. E-Governance, Identity and Privacy [PDF, 253 Kb]
  2. Event Brochure [PDF, 1618 Kb]
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