The present PDP Bill reflects that it embodies the principles of GDPR for liberalisation of cross-border flow of data and data protection.
Personal Data Protection Bill 2019: Impact on private companies is hard to tell yet, given the exemptions for State intervention
The private sector is closely watching the new Personal Data Protection Bill as data has become the most crucial asset of a company.
Govt needs to reduce e-commerce restrictions, red tape to revive economy, boost domestic growth: Amazon executive
The government revised its e-commerce rules in early 2019, creating hurdles for Amazon and rival Walmart Inc’s e-commerce subsidiary, Flipkart.
US mulls caps on H-1B visas: Recent development makes handling of trade relations with America immediate priority for govt
The action of the US is in response to India’s regime of data localisation which is not acceptable to firms from the United States
US tells India it is mulling caps on H-1B visas to deter data rules; another tit-for-tat tariff action?
India has upset companies such as Mastercard and irked the US government with stringent new rules on data storage
A look at the themes or trends that are likely going to define Internet policy in India going forward.
Amazon's UPI ambitions had come to a halt after it failed to fulfil the data localisation mandates from RBI.
At a recent earnings call, he said he is ready to risk Facebook shutting down in authoritarian countries if forced to locally store data.
WhatsApp complying with the central bank's guidelines will enable a wider roll-out of WhatsApp Pay.
Aadhaar privacy debate, data protection regulation to intermediary guidelines: Tech policy trends of 2018
Looking at the year gone by for privacy, one can look ahead at 2019 only with concern
India's data must be controlled and owned by Indian people, not by corporates: RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani
Ambani said that for India to succeed in the data-driven revolution, "necessary steps will have to be taken to migrate the control and ownership of Indian data back to India.
In April this year, the RBI had given six months' time to global payment companies to store transaction data of Indian customers within India
Jack Dorsey believes that 'Internet is trending towards where data sits to be irrelevant'.
What are Xiaomi's plans for the country? Will we see new feature phones? Manu Kumar Jain bares all!
CAIT also sent a copy of the letter to the RBI Governor and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Mastercard has started storing all its new payments transaction data at its technology centre in Pune.
From device to platform, Microsoft is building solutions to meet the needs of the regulatory guidelines.
The group wrote to R S Prasad saying that the bill "harm the overall globalization of the economy."
The RBI guidelines say that all digital payment firms must store data locally for their businesses.
Two US senators have asked the Indian Prime Minister to adopt a soft stance on data localisation.