India's Digital Personal Data Protection Bill defines under 18's minors

22/02/2023 | Economic Times

An article in the Economic Times (£) reports the Indian government has confirmed the proposed Digital Personal Data Protection will include the definition of a minor as someone under 18 years of age. However, a spokesperson confirmed the age limit could be lowered to 16 at a later date providing companies can "assure us that they have put in place a proper framework" for data protection and prohibition of targeted advertising. 

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