Srishti Joshi is an Analyst in the Technology and Society team at CCG where her research focuses on data governance/protection, privacy, and emerging technologies. With the curiosity to understand the interaction between technology and law, her core interest lies in digital rights, particularly involving the rights to free speech and privacy.
With an LLM from Queen Mary University of London, she explored the labyrinth of feminist-legal jurisprudence through her dissertation on technology-mediated violence against women which assessed the legal and institutional support available to women in India. Upon completing her LLM in 2018, she worked on the Microsoft Cloud Legal Project at QMUL. Through the project she engaged in policy and legal research on cloud computing in the UK and EU, with a focus on understanding how terms and conditions of cloud services have an impact on copyright and users’ rights of access, including assignment and post-mortem access to data. As a Technology Law and Policy Fellow of 2021 with the Daksha Fellowship, she had the opportunity of exploring key developments in the technology law and policy landscape in India.
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