Sarvjeet is a Senior Fellow and Project Manager at the Centre for Communication Governance (CCG) at National Law University, Delhi. He works on issues of intersections of technology, law and policy and regulatory processes – for example, the effect of information law and policy on rights of freedom of expression and privacy, and the evolution of existing rights frameworks to accommodate new media. Sarvjeet works on issues relating to the protection of digital rights including intermediary liability, criminalisation of online speech and net neutrality.
Sarvjeet has co-authored Freedom House’s ‘Freedom on the Net – India’ Report since 2014 and co-authored the India paper in the Global Network of Centres’ study of online intermediaries led by the Berkman Centre at Harvard University. He is currently working on a report on Online Hate Speech in collaboration with Berkman Centre and is the part of the team which is the regional hub for Lumen Database (formerly Chilling Effects) in Asia. He was also part of the team that built an online information policy teaching and learning resource at ccgtlr.org in collaboration with PCMLP, University of Oxford.
Sarvjeet holds an honours degree in Law from National Law University, Delhi, and is enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi. He was a member of the Indian Multi-stakeholder Advisory Group in 2013.