After shelling the data protection bill in August 2919 the government has come up with a new data protection bill. The proposed law would be the latest regulation that would regulate how companies ...
The story so far: The latest draft of the data protection law — the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 (DPDP Bill, 2022) — has now been made open for public comments and the ...
Dell Technologies has announced new products and services for data protection as part of its security portfolio. Active data protection is often treated as something of an afterthought ...
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The Draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 comes on the heels of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 being withdrawn from Parliament. The draft Bill is a culmination of several ...
Three months after the government withdrew the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, the Centre has now come up with a new draft Bill seeking public views. "The purpose of this Act is to provide ...
The upcoming draft for India's data protection law will allow data to be transferred to and stored in "trusted geographies", reports the Economic Times. These geographies will be periodically ...
Cases of non-compliance with the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 (DPDP Bill), and subsequent financial penalties, will be determined by the newly-established Data Protection Board of ...
The government has re-introduced the Personal Data Protection Bill without budging on the most contentious provision to exempt itself from the law. The new draft bill justifies the exemption in ...
The Central government released the draft data protection bill 2022 which entails a provision of a fine of up to Rs 250 crore on data-managing entities that fail to take reasonable security safeguards ...
NEW DELHI, Nov 18 (Reuters) - India released the draft of a new comprehensive data protection bill on Friday, three months after withdrawing a previous bill that had alarmed big technology companies.