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Publication date: December 5, 2022

Data Bill: Endless riddle of right to privacy entangled with consent

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DH Illustration Since the introduction of the new data protection draft , its features and characteristics have been under debate, and the primary purposes of the privacy policy need to encompass these discussions. The new Digital Personal Data Protection Bill (PDP Bill) has brought substantial changes and delights.

The new PDP Bill is written in plain language, moving away from the norm of drafting legislation in the ‘incomprehensible’ language of the law. It has dropped stringent requirements such as data localisation, certification, and portability, among others.

However, past learning and delights are clouded due to the contractual arrangement of a consent framework to protect personal data and the implied limitation on data transfer. The PDP Bill was meant to strengthen individual rights to privacy and enable the easy use of data for business, but it has undermined the individual’s ability to assert control over information and also placed implied restrictions on […]

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