Personal data protection Bill likely to be tabled in Budget Session

Legislation seeks to provide a legal framework for the personal data of Indian citizens, and how it can be used by organisations for different purposes.

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The Ministry of Electronics and Technology is pushing to table the Personal Data Protection Bill in the upcoming Budget Session of the Parliament, two top officials have told Business Standard.

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First Published: Jan 25 2019 | 2:16 AM IST

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