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‘India’s data protection bill is poorly worded; does not serve any stakeholder’s interests’

Oct 11,2018 | 11:51 am

The article discusses the points raised regarding the Data Protection Bill, 2018 at the round table event organized by sflc.in in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kochi 

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