Yes Anurag, you pointed it right. The link is not secure.
Btw you can now view the report highlighting the key discussion points of the webinar
link while the recording is available here
The webinar was well attended by ninety seven participants from across the country and
belonging to different stakeholder groups (civil society, academia, industry, industry
associations, technical community, etc.) who shared their viewpoints and perspectives on
the PDP Bill.
We further, encourage all community members to make your submissions to the Joint Select
Committee (which is currently reviewing the PDP Bill) on the issues that need to be
addressed in the bill so that a robust data protection law can be enacted in India.
From: Anurag Bhatia [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2020 9:44 AM
Subject: Re: [INNOG] REMINDER: Invitation to CCAOI - ISOC Delhi interactive webinar on
Personal Data protection Bill2019 Tues: TODAY , 24 December 2019 @ 3pm IST
It's kind of strange that Personal Data Protection bill itself is placed on a
non-HTTPS URL and even a non-DNS URL!
So when you put
- How can I
know it's actually the same bill version which you intend to share and (chain) of ISPs
between me and NIC server on 22.214.171.124 have not fudged the reply?
If anyone is here from NIC - please start using DNS and HTTPS.
On Tue, Dec 24, 2019 at 10:49 AM Amrita <amritachoudhury8(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Indian Internet Stakeholders,
A gentle reminder to join the CCAOI –ISOC Delhi Interactive webinar on the Personal Data
protection Bill (PDP 2019) TODAY, 24 December 3:00 PM
The objective of this webinar is to provide the community a better understanding on the
bill; stakeholder views on the bill along with the concerns so that interested community
members can make their submission to the Joint Parliamentary Committee.
To join the meeting use this link:
Meeting ID: 662 310 8586
Link to the PDP2019 Bill :
Anand Krishnan (DSCI) Ankit Anand (Reliance Jio), Debashish Bhattacharya (BIF), Faiza
Rahman (NIPFP), Kumardeep Banerjee (ITI), Mahesh Uppal, Mansi Kedia (ICRIER), NA
Vijayashankar (Naavi), Prasanto Kumar Roy, Rahul Sharma (The Perspective),Smitha Krishna
Prasad (CCG-NLU), Udhbav Tiwari (Mozilla) would be sharing their views on the bill.
Please feel free to forward the invite to those who may be interested in the topic.
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