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Indian data protection regime – Close to reality? - Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018

Indian data protection regime – Close to reality

Justice BN Srikrishna Committee released its first draft of the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB or the bill) on 27 July 2018. Our point of view covers key highlights of the bill and what organisations must do to be compliant with PDPB.

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Indian data protection regime – Close to reality? - Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018

India has taken another step towards realising its dream of becoming a truly digital economy. This is also aligned with the global direction in which major economies are moving, whereby data protection has emerged as one of the key areas. Nearly a year after the landmark judgement by the Supreme Court of India, declaring privacy as a fundamental right, the ‘Justice BN Srikrishna Committee’ (the Committee) released its first draft of the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB or the bill) on 27 July 2018. Our point of view covers key highlights of the bill and what organisations must do to be compliant with PDPB.

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