India receives over 20K submissions on draft DPDPB

01/05/2023 | Hindustan Times

The Indian government has received more than 20,000 submissions from the public concerning the proposed Digital Personal Data Protection Bill (DPDPB). One such submission by a Supreme Court lawyer was critical about the draft DPDPB saying, "To formulate a draft that neither protects individuals from corporate or Government excesses does not spell out a robust privacy legislation." 

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