Announcement: 16th Consilience Conference at NLSIU, Bangalore

[Announcement on behalf of the Law and Technology Society, NLSIU Bangalore]

The Law and Technology Society is pleased to host the 16th Consilience Conference on “Intermediary Liability and Content Regulation: Principles, Perspective and Solutions” on 25th May at the university campus in Bangalore.

The objective of this year’s conference is to bring together experts from diverse backgrounds including technical experts, lawyers, policy-makers, and industry professionals, to discuss the current scenario of the much needed moderation of online content in this era of fake news and disinformation. We intend to submit policy recommendations to relevant agencies in the Government of India, based on the deliberations at this conference. 

The Conference

“Consilience” is an annual academic conference exploring the intersection of public policy and latest technological trends around the world. This year, themed on Intermediary Liability and Content Regulation, the conference will see participation from government officials, members of the tech industry, entrepreneurs, civil society and the academia, all in one room to answer the questions that are posed by the widespread growth of platforms and the unregulated content creation on the same. Consilience is a unique opportunity for academicians, scholars, practitioners, and students to learn about the various facets of this debate particularly in light of significant emphasis on the same during the general elections.  All participants will be awarded a certificate signifying participation at the event.


There is a registration fee of Rs 150 for students and Rs 350 for professionals which includes lunch for all the participants. The fee does not, however, include accommodation. 

For individual registration, please click here.

In case your institution wishes to send a delegation, kindly reply to us on this email with the number of students interested. 


The conference will have three panel discussions:

  1. Foundational Principles of Regulation of Online Content and Platforms
  2. Online Content Regulation: State of Affairs in India
  3. Online Content Regulation: Global Perspectives and Solutions.

Contact Details

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact:

Yatharth Vardhan Singh


Law and Technology Society

(+91- 9953478788)

Arshita Aggarwal

Joint Convenor

Law and Technology Society

(+91- 9620874025)

For further details you can also visit our Facebook page. We shall be providing more updates on this page.


May 25, 2019- 09:30 am to 02:30 pm. Those attending the conference are required to report by 09:00 am.


National Law School of India University



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