Our thanks to all who joined us on Monday or wrote to us in advance.
The session didn’t run as smoothly as I’d envisaged, but it occurred to me afterwards that this fact was itself valuable input for our submission. Pre-emptively addressing things that non-experts don’t understand is why the guidelines are being proposed in the first place! So, several of the things which led to lengthy “how does this work?” discussions now appear in our submission as areas for improvement in the guidelines.
We’re finally de-mothballing the Singapore Chapter! We’re starting with putting together a submission to PDPC’s current consultation. Please join us on Monday evening if you’d like to join us in doing so.
Join the Internet Society Singapore Chapter on Zoom at 7PM on Wednesday 10 March 2021, as we host a lively panel discussion on two very Singaporean online privacy issues that have hit the news recently: TraceTogether and Device Management Application (MOE’s DMA for students’ Personal Learning Devices). Pose questions to our panel of technology, security, and legal experts and share your own thoughts.
Immediately after the webinar ends (8PM) you are also invited to stay on (optional) for the Annual General Meeting of the Internet Society Singapore Chapter and election of the new Executive Committee.
Pittsburgh 19 Nov 2020 ‘The cameras are always on’: Student surveillance and privacy protection in the age of e-learning https://www.publicsource.org/the-cameras-are-always-on-student-surveillance-and-privacy-protection-in-the-age-of-e-learning/
More than 300 people joined InterCommunity: Securing Global Routing for an informative conversation about protecting the Internet from the most common routing threats.
A big thank you to our moderator and panelists: Melchior Aelmans of Juniper Networks, Abdul Awal of the Bangladesh National DataCentre, Mark Tinka of SEACOM, Kevin Blumberg from TORIX, Jorge Cano from NIC.mx, and Tashi Phuntsho from APNIC. If you missed the community call, or want to experience it again, you can watch the recording here.
The new Committee for the Singapore Chapter was elected and takes office from 1 Jan 2020 – 31 Dec 2020. They are (From left to right) Roland Turner (Communications), Arul Gobinath (Auditor), Dr Ranjith Nayar (Ext Liaison), Srinivasa Rao (Education), Ankur Gupta (Vice President), Jay Nagarajan (President), Sofia Morales (Secretary), Benjamin Ang (Programmes), Sanjeev Gupta (Treasurer), Harish Pillay (Auditor)
Internet Society Singapore Chapter Executive Committee 2020-2021