- 19 Jul 2022
- 1 min read
Privacy, consent, data — what Delhi govt ignores when giving parents live classroom footage
Arvind Kejriwal's Delhi govt needs to conduct a privacy assessment and find out what value does live streaming of classrooms add to children’s security.
This opinion was published in The Print on July 19, 2022.
About the Authors
Trishee Goyal is a Project Fellow with ALTR. She has previously worked with the Technology Policy team of the Macro Finance Group at National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi for a period of three years. Trishee graduated from National Law School of India University, in 2014, with a B.A. LLB (Hons.). Her research interests are technology policy and regulatory governance.
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