Four Sisters For Developing Countries - Information Security, Spam, Electronic Governance and Data Protection

3 December 2008 - A Workshop on Internet Governance for Development in Hyderabad, India


Agenda of the Meeting 

The proposed workshop aims to bring forward the various legal issues and challenges that are facing developing countries in four connected areas, being Information Security, Spam, Electronic Governance and Data Protection. These four subjects and their legal connotations are extremely important from the persepctive of developing countires, who do not have the relevant expertise and resources to deal with such complicates subjects. What paameters need to be kept in mind by developing countries, when handling with such complex issues, forms the crux of the proposed workshop.



R. Chandrashekhar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India

J. Satyanarayana , National Institute of Electronic Governance , India

Peng Hwa, Singapore

Pavan Duggal, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Other relevant subject experts from developing countries

We would be happy to approach the relevant people for their willingness to participate in the proposed workshop.



The name of the organiser of the workshop shall be Cyberlaws.Net ,Cyberlaws.Net, The Cyberlaw Consultancy, is Internet's unique and first ever consultancy dedicated exclusively to the new field of Cyberlaws.

We will take appropriate steps to abide by the multi-stakeholder principle by inviting the relevant stakeholders who are in the area of IDNs legal issues. We will also take care of geographical diversity to ensure that the potential speakers are from different geographical areas. We will also try to take care of gender balance.