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Celebrating the Right to be Let Alone

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by sflc_admin    |    August 30, 2017

 

SFLC.in is holding a discussion  on “Celebrating the Right to be Let Alone”  on Saturday, September 02, 2017, from 4:00-6:00 PM at the SFLC.in premises at K-9, Second Floor, Birbal Road, Jangpura Extension, New Delhi -110014 near Jangpura Metro station – Gate no 2.

During this time, we will celebrate the recognition of right to privacy as a fundamental right, discuss the recent privacy judgment, its key takeaways, the impact it will have on the pending Aadhaar litigations, how it will affect various aspects of policy making and the way forward from here. Speakers would include experts from academia, civil society and law.

Please join us for an amazing discussion with food and drinks.  As we have limited seating available for this discussion, we would request you to send us an RSVP latest by Friday, September 01, 2017. In case of any query and/or clarification, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celebrating-the-right-to-be-let-alone-tickets-37412775619

Author: sflc_admin
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SFLC.IN is a donor supported legal services organisation that  brings together lawyers, policy analysts, technologists, and students to protect freedom in the digital world. SFLC.IN promotes innovation and open access to knowledge by helping developers make great Free and Open Source Software, protect privacy and civil liberties for citizens in the digital world by educating and providing free legal advice and help policy makers make informed and just decisions with the use and adoption of technology. SFLC.IN is a society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, operating all over India.
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