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List of Submissions on the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022, made to IT Ministry

Many organizations, including MediaNama, have come forward and made their submissions on the data protection bill public, and we have compiled a list of the same.

January 2, 2023, was the last date for public consultation on the draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 which was issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) on November 18, 2022.

While the IT Ministry had stated that “no public disclosure of the submissions will be made”, many organizations, including MediaNama, have come forward and made their submissions public. We have compiled a list of the same.

Find MediaNama’s submission here.

If you’ve submitted your comments to MeitY, and would like them to be included in this list, please email your submissions to mimansa@medianama.com.

List of submissions

  1. Aapti Institute [PDF]
  2. Centre For Communication Governance, National Law University, Delhi [PDF]
  3. DeepStrat [PDF]
  4. Internet Freedom Foundation [link]
  5. IT for Change [link]
  6. CCAOI [PDF]
  7. FOSS United [link]
  8. Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) [PDF]
  9. Global Network Initiative (GNI) [PDF]
  10. Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy [PDF]
  11. Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) [PDF]
  12. Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) [PDF]
  13. Access Now [PDF]

You can also find our complete coverage of the Bill under the tag Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2022.

Note: In your email to mimansa@medianama.com, please mention that you are giving us the permission to publicly share your submission.

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