International Conference on Internet of Things and Law | MNLU Mumbai

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Maharashtra National Law University (“MNLU”) Mumbai, established under the Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 on 20th March 2014, is one of the premier National Law Universities in India. The Act envisaged establishing National Law University in Maharashtra to impart advanced legal education and promote society-oriented research in legal studies for the advancement of the social life of the people in the country. The prime goal of the University is to disseminate advance legal knowledge and processes of law amongst the students and impart in them the skills of advocacy, legal services, law reforms and make them aware and capable to utilize these instruments for social transformation and development.

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Theme and Sub-themes

The themes of the conference are as follows:

  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Role of Cyber Law in e-Governance and smart cities
  • Big Data and Privacy Protection Measures
  • Artificial Intelligence and its Legal Issues
  • Internet of Things in Healthcare Industry: Scope of Telemedicine Law
  • Internet of Things and Cloud Computing
  • Cybersecurity and Internet of Things
  • The Future of the Internet of Things: Leveraging the Shift to a Data-Centric World
  • Impact of Technology on Legal Education and Profession
  • 5G technology
  • Deepfakes and Internet of Things
  • Distributed ledger technology for the Internet of Things
  • Internet of Things and Ethical issues
  • Internet of Things product safety and liability
  • Autonomous transportation
  • Agriculture and technology
  • Machine learning
  • Privacy and disruptive technology

[The sub-themes are indicative and not exhaustive]


The International Conference is open to:

  • Academicians
  • Researchers
  • Cyber Professionals
  • Cyber Stakeholders
  • and Cyber Forensic Experts
  • Practising Advocates
  • Working Professionals
  • Students

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Registration Details

There is no registration fee required. Prior registration is mandatory for paper presenters as well as participants for the conference. All the participants will receive the link to join the e-Conference on 5th March 2021. Please register here and in case of any query contact:

Submission Guidelines

The submissions of the abstract should be through email ( with the subject line as “Abstract – ICT International Conference”. The deadline for abstract submission would be 31st January 2021. Once the abstract is approved, the manuscript will be accepted through email. The deadline for this would be 1st March 2021.

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission: 31st January 2021
  • Notification of Selected Papers: 3rd February 2021
  • Submission of Full Paper: 1st March 2021
  • Last Date of Registration: 5th March 2021
  • International e-Conference Date: 6th – 7th March 2021

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