Is there a simple explainer on the data protection bill?
“They have removed the safeguards. That is most dangerous. The government can at any time access private data or government agency data on grounds of sovereignty or public order. This has dangerous implications.”
@bady I have read this. But I want to know what exactly it means in layman jargonless terms. What all can be accessed? Emails, texts, data we store on our device memories?
Summary of the draft bill published in 2018: https://privacy.sflc.in/summary-of-the-personal-data-protection-bill-2018/
Brief analysis of the same:
Statement on cabinet approval of the bill:
@bady thank you
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