Ph.D. candidate (Law)
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Pulkit Mogra is a PhD candidate in Law at the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society, under the supervision of Prof. Elizabeth Judge.
Pulkit Mogra’s research aims to highlight the dichotomy between the anonymity of anonymous data along with the privacy standards of anonymous information. In addition, the research also looks at identifying the liability generated through the anonymous data and delves into a specific study on how anonymization, when implemented in the case of blockchain technologies, renders the conflict between the laws over its jurisdiction, privacy and transferability.
Pulkit Mogra has graduated from Tel Aviv University, Israel, in 2019, where he pursued his LL.M programme, specializing in Law and Technology. His master’s seminar paper pressed upon the issue of “Who owns the fruits (Rights and Liabilities) of products developed by Artificially Intelligent Systems.” His focus areas tend to be Privacy law, Data protection law, Law of AI and Robotics and Cybersecurity. Prior to his LL.M, Pulkit Mogra has also pursued a bachelor’s degree in law, B.A. LL.B (Hons) from O.P. Jindal Global University, India.
Post his LL.M, Pulkit Mogra worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India, where he undertook the teaching and research on Data Protection and digital copyrights, Telecommunication Law, Public International Law and WTO & Law. He has pursued his research with the university on Privacy issues over the rights of minors and policies for social intermediaries.