We had a great lineup of speakers and some brilliant conversations, with over 90 people attending the event offline.
“We will create a framework and we will certainly share it with everybody before we notify it,” said Chandrasekhar.
The Indian government is determining transition periods to comply with its freshly passed data protection law based on how large and mature companies have demonstrated capacity to comply with the EU’s GDPR and other privacy laws, said MoS for IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar at a Digital India Dialogue on the law held in New Delhi today. “We believe they [large and mature companies] don’t require that much time to transition,” he said.
Chandrasekhar added that companies may be given more time to transition if they have to make significant architectural changes to comply with the law…………continue reading
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