Nagpur: A city lad, Sahil Dewani, student of BA. LLB VIII semester, was selected by University of Geneva, affiliated to Berkman Centre for Internet Society Harvard Law School. The scrutiny procedure for the course included an essay and resume, which had to be accepted to secure place for this course. The curriculum looked at: surveillance, privacy, human rights (freedom of expression and opinion), jurisdiction and dispute resolution, the internet of things,telecom regulation, network neutrality, competition law, litigating Internet disputes, cloud computing and hacking, social media, internet at the workplace, IP and the future of entertainment, sale and licensing of content online, Internet domain names and dispute resolution policy trademarks, online business risks, and cyber security. Sessions were held at the University of Geneva’s UniMail campus, but also at the World Intellectual Property Organization, International Telecommunication Union, and the World Meteorological Organization (where Diplo Foundation is headquartered, an international diplomacy and policy training organisation), all clustered near the UN’s Palace of Nations.