Data PrivacyData Theft Continues While India Awaits Personal Data Protection Bill

April 7, 20210

Data Theft Continues While India Awaits Personal Data Protection Bill 

Just a day after data breach of Facebook on 6th April,2021, the breach has occurred now in Linkedin.

These incidences are very shocking especially when the data privacy is on the verge of coming in India in near future.

It must be noted that the Joint Parliamentary Committee had zeroed upon the Personal Data Protection Bill,2019 with 89 amendments and one clause addition in January,2021.

This time the passage of such a Bill in India is very near than ever as the main hurdle of all stakeholders have been cleared already by way of suggestions from Joint Parliamentary Committee.

Meanwhile, companies which have business interest in India should be ready with their preparedness as possibility of data breaches and leakages in India can be very high  and their respective country data officers should anticipate and be ready be dossiers while factoring all the bad incidences and best global practices to avert such situations otherwise their global business bottomline will be at stake for sure.

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