Academic Presentations on Digital Technologies and their Impact on Society and Governance

Datafication in Indian Justice System

Technological Policy Interventions in MGNREGA and Workers’ Right to Employment

Debunking the idea of single digital identifier

An Ethnographic Study of Social Engineering Attacks Among the Rural Populace

Digital Technologies as a Means of Regulation and Control: Muslims in the Surveillance City of HYD

Who Owns Data? Emerging Debates on Data Ownership, Distribution, & Protection in Digital Democracies

Darker Patterns AI Generated Persuasion and the Regulatory Void in Indian Law

Will the EU AI Regulations give rise to another ‘Brussels Effect’? Lessons from the GDPR

Digital Globalization – Book Review

Bias in the Algorithm: Examining the Potential Harms of AI-based Face Recognition Technology

Towards Localizing Public HIS: Adopting Subsidiarity Principle for Improving Health Outcomes

Concluding Statement and Discussion of the Academic Presentations