16 Thu 05:45 PM – 08:35 PM IST
Accepting submissions till 14 Jan 2020, 11:00 PM
In 2019, many of us witnessed - and some of us experienced - internet shutdowns in different parts of India.
Based on the above questions, we have curated a discussion to understand the technical alternatives to internet shutdowns, and how alternative communication networks can be leveraged for transmitting important communication and conducting business.
Who should attend:
Date: Thursday, 16 January
Time: 5:45 PM to 8:30 PM followed by dinner and networking
Venue: Seminar hall 1 and 2, Kamaladevi Block, India International Centre (IIC), New Delhi
This event is free to attend. You can consider contributing towards meeting the expenses of the event by purchasing a contributor’s pass of Rs. 899. Alternatively, you can buy a contributor’s pass to nominate someone to attend the event or to simply donate to the event. Donor’s names will be made public, based on their consent.
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