India’s Cabinet Clears Data Protection Bill for Tabling in Parliament

NEW DELHI — The cupboard of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi authorized a information insurance check on Wednesday for tabling in parliament, holding a nation a step closer to framing a remoteness law.

“The insurance of personal information is a really critical theme globally,” Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar told a news discussion after a cupboard meeting.

“How that will be finished (here) and how work will swell gripping India’s seductiveness and people’s seductiveness in mind, this is what this check is about.”

The Personal Data Protection bill, drafted by a row headed by a former Supreme Court decider and submitted to a supervision final year, is pivotal for how firms including tellurian tech giants Amazon, Facebook, Alphabet’s Google and others process, store and send Indian consumers’ data.

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