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Big Tech companies meet: Govt to clear air on digital data privacy

Big tech firms, startups, e-commerce players among list of invitees

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Sourabh Lele New Delhi

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Big Tech firms such as Meta (Facebook), Google, Apple and Amazon  will get a chance on Wednesday to raise their doubts on the implementation of the Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Act, 2023. Passed in Parliament last month, the digital data privacy legislation caused a stir in the industry because of some tough clauses and the absence of a clear roadmap so far.
 
Age-gating, as a step to prevent children below 18 years from accessing various apps, is among the biggest concerns of the big tech and social media firms. An extended transition period to the new regime has also

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First Published: Sep 18 2023 | 9:12 PM IST

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