When the proposed Personal Data Protection Bill (or a version thereof) comes into effect, organizations that handle the personal data of Indian citizens will have to make various operational changes to comply with its provisions. There are also new regulatory mechanisms that have been envisaged to protect consumers against harms caused by the misuse of personal data.
Nehaa Chaudhari (Ikigai Law) explains why an understanding of these aspects of the bill is necessary to compare India’s data protection framework with global standards and practices, and to identify key regulatory and compliance challenges for organizations and consumers.

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