Centre for Communication Governance

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Short name Centre for Communication Governance
Name Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University in Dehli
Description The Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi (CCG at NLUD) is a research centre within NLU Delhi established in accordance with the National Law University, Delhi Act, 2007 and is meant to ensure that the Indian legal education establishment engages more meaningfully with communication law and policy, and offers academic contribution to communication policy making. We believe that there is a dearth of material and ability required to help law and policy stay abreast of technological advancement, which enhances citizens’ rights and diverse public discourse
University National Law University Delhi
Country India
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es)
Contact form http://ccgdelhi.org/pages/contact-us
Photo or logo
Topics of interest Digital rights management, Fundamental rights, Freedom of expression, Freedom of information, Open access, Privacy
Disciplines involved Education, Law
Official website http://ccgdelhi.org/index.php
Twitter handle @CCGDelhi
Google Plus account
Projects Digital Frontiers Project, British Council Media Law and Policy Curriculum Development Project, Civil Liberties: The Centre's civil liberties team works on various aspects of digital rights, with a focus on freedom of speech and expression, criminalisation of speech, privacy and data protection and questions of access to the internet, Global Internet Governance: As part of our internet governance work, we track international institutions which make up the global regime that governs the internet. We have followed, commented and analysed many important processes such as the the negotiation of the ITRs in 2012, WGEC (2013-14), the 2014 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan, the IANA Transition and the ten year review of the WSIS process at the UN General Assembly in 2015. On some of these issues, we have worked closely with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and supported the work of the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). We are also academic members of the ITU and are looking to expand our work in this area
"Global Internet Governance: As part of our internet governance work, we track international institutions which make up the global regime that governs the internet. We have followed, commented and analysed many important processes such as the the negotiation of the ITRs in 2012, WGEC (2013-14), the 2014 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan, the IANA Transition and the ten year review of the WSIS process at the UN General Assembly in 2015. On some of these issues, we have worked closely with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and supported the work of the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). We are also academic members of the ITU and are looking to expand our work in this area" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
, Cybersecurity: Our work in this area aims to enable a better understanding of cybersecurity issues in a manner that balances legitimate security interests with human rights concerns. To this end, our capacity building work is designed to improve cybersecurity research and curricula in India. We support Indian priorities and offer solutions that take Indian legal and political institutions into account. Research engages with international laws applicable to cyberspace, as well as with questions relating to domestic cyber crime investigation, adjudication, and policy.
"Cybersecurity: Our work in this area aims to enable a better understanding of cybersecurity issues in a manner that balances legitimate security interests with human rights concerns. To this end, our capacity building work is designed to improve cybersecurity research and curricula in India. We support Indian priorities and offer solutions that take Indian legal and political institutions into account. Research engages with international laws applicable to cyberspace, as well as with questions relating to domestic cyber crime investigation, adjudication, and policy." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.

This is an automatically generated list of the members of Centre for Communication Governance having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Arpita BiswasArpitaBiswas
Chinmayi ArunChinmayiArun
Kritika BhardwajKritikaBhardwaj
Puneeth NagarajPuneethNagaraj
Sarvjeet SinghSarvjeetSingh
Shuchita ThaparShuchitaThapar
Smitha K PrasadSmithaK Prasad

List of Educational Resources of Centre for Communication Governance

This is an automatically generated list of the education resources of Centre for Communication Governance indexed on the NoC wiki:

 Topic interest
Citizen journalism
Contempt of Court
Converged media
Defamation (Citizens, Society and the Media)
Freedom of Press, Speech and Expression
Globalised media
Information Law and Policy Research at the Centre for Communication Governance blog
Media carriage and media ownership (vertical integration)
Media content and regulatory mechanism (including self-regulatory frameworks)
Media pluralism and media cross-ownership
Obscenity (Citizens, Society and the Media)
Parliamentary privilege
Public Order and Communal Harmony (Citizens, Society and the Media)
Reporting Court Proceedings
Sedition
Teaching and Learning Resources by the Centre for Communication Governance, New DelhiCitizen Journalism
Data Protection
Digital Divide
Freedom of Expression
Fundamental Rights
Information Law
Intermediary Liability
Internet Censorship
Internet Governance
Media Regulation
Privacy
The Internet
The media landscape, media and democracy
Whistleblowers and Protecting the Source
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ClassificationNational Law University Delhi + and Participating center +
Contact formhttp://ccgdelhi.org/pages/contact-us +
CountryIndia +
DescriptionThe Centre for Communication Governance at
The Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi (CCG at NLUD) is a research centre within NLU Delhi established in accordance with the National Law University, Delhi Act, 2007 and is meant to ensure that the Indian legal education establishment engages more meaningfully with communication law and policy, and offers academic contribution to communication policy making. We believe that there is a dearth of material and ability required to help law and policy stay abreast of technological advancement, which enhances citizens’ rights and diverse public discourse
izens’ rights and diverse public discourse +
DisciplineEducation + and Law +
Full nameCentre for Communication Governance at National Law University in Dehli +
Homepagehttp://ccgdelhi.org/index.php +
ProjectDigital Frontiers Project +, British Council Media Law and Policy Curriculum Development Project + and Civil Liberties: The Centre's civil liberties team works on various aspects of digital rights, with a focus on freedom of speech and expression, criminalisation of speech, privacy and data protection and questions of access to the internet +
Short nameCentre for Communication Governance +
Topic interestDigital Rights Management +, Fundamental Rights +, Freedom of Expression +, Freedom of Information +, Open access + and Privacy +
Twitter@CCGDelhi +