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Srikrishna Committee likely to change privacy policies as Indian startups don’t take it seriously

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(G.N.S) Dt. 18 Bengaluru The privacy policies of Indian consumer applications like Paytm and Flipkart do not offer the same range of data ownership and user rights as seen in international policies. This may change as the Srikrishna Committee is in the final stages of drafting the data protection bill, which will address a range of issues like consent, data localisation, ownership, purpose restrictions and the like. “I think privacy

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