Research Seminar: Ethics, Privacy and the Digital Economy
This seminar will be led by Professor Jaivir Singh from the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Panel responses by Professor Kim Weatherall and Dr Aim Sinpeng will provide reflections on the topic from an Australian and Southeast Asian perspective.
Professor Jaivir Singh trained as an economist at the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. Jaivir’s research work focuses on an interdisciplinary exploration of law and the economy. He has published on diverse topics that include the Indian Constitution, Regulation, Labour Law, Competition Law, Corporate Law and International Investment Treaties.
Professor Kimberlee Weatherall is a Professor of Law at the University of Sydney Law School, teaching and researching across intellectual property law and the IP-trade nexus. Kimberlee has published extensively in leading Australian and international journals on issues ranging from digital copyright, and bilateral and multilateral trade agreements and IP, to the conception of the consumer in trade mark law.
Dr Aim Sinpeng is an award-winning educator whose research interests centre on the relationships between digital media and political participation in Southeast Asia. She is particularly interested in the issues of social media campaigning, disinformation, online public opinion manipulation and electoral interference. She is the co-founder of the Sydney Cyber Security Network and a Thailand country coordinator for the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre