The Tech Law Forum, NALSAR, University of Law, is calling for submission in the form of Call for Blogs on a rolling basis.
The TLF Blog having previously been cited by eminent institutions has been garnering increasing visibility year on year. Its most recent work includes the publication of comments on the draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018 sent to the MeitY, a letter sent to MeitY regarding the banning of Chinese apps under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, and articles by eminent activists like former Information Commissioner Mr. Shailesh Gandhi.
- Future of Digitisation of Payments in India
- Encryption in Applications and effects on the Rights to Privacy and Transparency
- Intermediary Liability
- Digital Literacy
- Regulation of Cryptocurrencies
- Freedom of Speech and Expression on the Internet
- AI and Personhood: Question of Liability
- “Killer Acquisitions” in the Digital Market
- Rights of Content Creators on social media
- Unique Identification Techniques in India and implications for the Right to Privacy
- Suggestions for a Data Protection Act for India
- Blockchain and NFTs
- Algorithmic decision making
Other broad themes that focus on the intersection of Technology and Cyber Law with Competition Law and Intellectual Property Law. Please note that these are mere suggestions, and authors need not restrict themselves to these themes as long as their topic is within the aforementioned scope of the TLF blog. Authors are encouraged to write to us in case of questions pertaining to whether a proposed topic is within the scope of the blog’s themes.
- The topic should be within the scope of the blog, i.e. related to technology and law. For reference, please check out the blog. A topic recently in the news is preferred. As mentioned before, if you’re unsure about your topic, do write to us seeking clarification regarding the same.
- The post should preferably make an argument or assertion substantiated by facts. Language need not be strictly academic (in the manner of a research paper), but it should be formal.
- There is no strict word limit, however, we prefer posts of around 1200-1500 words. We strongly recommend that longer posts be split into multiple parts, for better readability.
- Usage of hyperlinks as compared to citations is encouraged.
- There is no limit to the number of posts that can be submitted.
- Please email your posts to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “Submission for TLF Blog”. The submissions will be subjected to an editorial review usually spanning a period of 14 days, subsequent to which a decision on publication will be made and conveyed to the authors.
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