India considers offering diplomatic immunity from data protection bill

07/02/2023 | The Economic Times

The Indian government are considering allowing countries and companies to establish "data embassies" within the country, offering "diplomatic immunity" from the proposed Digital Personal Data ProtectionIndian Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar said the move would provide a shield from local regulation to promote "corridors of trust," enabling businesses to use the "Indian cloud ecosystem to store their data for business continuity purposes."

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