This paper is an in-depth analysis of the newly introduced Digital Personal
Data Protection Bill 2023, which has been passed in the Lok Sabha. The Bill
is a simple and lean piece of law representing India’s position on data
protection principles vis-à-vis the roles and responsibilities of individuals &
businesses. It highlights the key provisions of the Bill that the organizations
will have to look into before they embark on their privacy compliance

The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2023 is a lean and simple piece of law that focuses on “digitized” personal data. This analysis reports serves as a compliance guide for the organizations that want to develop a roadmap in anticipation of the Indian Act on Data Protection.
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