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A Guide to Non Personal Data Regulation in India

India's latest report on Non Personal Data, published by the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology's (MEITY) Committee of Experts has defined parameters regarding who can seek Non Personal Data, High Value Datasets, what a community is and who can represent it as a trustee, rights over non personal data, sovereign access to data, meta-data directories, and addressed intellectual property concerns. They’ve exempt entire raw databases from data requests, taken private data access out of the ambit of this framework, and defined purposes for which data can be accessed. Above all, it recommends a separate Non Personal Data legislation for governing NPD. Key Reading on MEITY's Revised Non Personal Data Report  Revised report on Non-Personal Data Framework released by MEITY’s Committee of Experts [Read] [MediaNama’s summary] Ikigai Law’s summary of the Committee of Experts’ revised report [Read] OECD’s Enhancing Access to and Sharing of Data (cited in revised report) [Read] UK Data Services’ explanation on anonymisation of data (cited in revised report) [Read] On privacy risks after anonymisation of data (cited in revised report) (ScienceDaily) [Read] European Data Strategy (cited in revised report) [Read] [Our story] Key reading on MEITY's original report Report on Non-Personal Data Framework released by MEITY’s Committee of Experts [Read] [MediaNama’s summary] Five key concerns with India’s Non-Personal Data Report [read] Indian govt forms committee to recommend governance norms for non-personal data, Infosys’ Gopalakrishnan to head it [read] Notes from MediaNama's discussions on Non Personal Data #NAMA Discussion in January 2021:  What Does The Non-Personal…

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