Amber Sinha

Policy Researcher at the Centre for Internet & Society

Amber Sinha is a policy researcher at Centre for Internet and Society, where he works on issues surrounding privacy, Big Data and cyber security. Amber is interested in the impact of emerging technologies like big data, artificial intelligence and learning algorithms on existing legal frameworks and how they need to evolve in response. Amber studied humanities and law at National Law School of India University, Bangalore.

List of Publications

Amber Sinha, A Critique of Consent in Information Privacy on the inefficacy of the notice and consent regime , THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET AND SOCIETY, January 11, 2016.



Amber Sinha, A case of greater privacy paternalism, contemplating more paternalistic practices in privacy governance , THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET AND SOCIETY, January 11, 2016.



Amber Sinha et al., Aadhaar Bill to govern the National ID Project in India , INTERNET AND SOCIETY, March 16, 2016.



Amber Sinha and Pranesh Prakash, Privacy Concerns Overshadow Monetary Benefits of Aadhaar Scheme, HINDUSTAN TIMES, March 12, 2016.



Amber Sinha,  Aadhaar Bill Fails to Incorporate Standing Committee’s Suggestions, THE WIRE, March 10, 2016.



Amber Sinha,  What WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption means for India,, CATCH NEWS, April 12,



Amber Sinha,  Are we losing the right to privacy and freedom of speech on Indian internet? , DNA March 10, 2016.