Dr Sinta Dewi is an Associate Professor at Faculty of Law University of Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia. She specialises in international law and Information of Technology law, in areas such as data privacy issues: privacy and the impact of information technology on the individual and the privacy regulatory framework from international and national law perspectives. Her research areas include the regulation of privacy, the data protection, consumer privacy in financial and medical sector and telecommunication sector and the issue of privacy with government legal enforcement.
Dr Dewi has done numerous speaking engagements on privacy issues in international and national forum. She is also a Chairperson of Cyber Law Centre at Faculty of Law, UNPAD and has conducted several research collaborations in the fields of Data Privacy with Privacy International, UK, Citizen Lab (University of Toronto), member of ASPN (Asian Scholar Privacy Network, Australia), and Alibaba Data Security Research Centre. Dr Dewi is currently a member of the United Nations Privacy Advisory Group (PAG). She has written three books on Privacy and also published several research projects on national and international Journals. Dr Dewi has conducted research on the impact of data localisation policy to e-commerce in Indonesia.
Dr Dewi is a resource person for several government project in drafting bills such as Electronic Information, Freedom of Information, Telecommunication Law and the Data Protection Bill.
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