PDP Bill at par with international rules but needs more clarity: Survey

Most respondents say Bill must provide for independent Data Protection Authority like GDPR. Current form allows for excessive govt intervention and it is unlikely DPA will function independently

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Over 51 per cent of respondents in a survey said they thought the upcoming Personal Data Protection Bill 2019  was at par with other global privacy laws such as the

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