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Asia-Pacific Dashboard Digest | Bill Includes Exceptions for Law Enforcement, Intelligence Agencies Related reading: Web con: 'Ask the DPO, October 2017'

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Business Standard reports on the government’s 2014 draft of a privacy bill first released in 2011 to extend the right of privacy to India’s citizens. However, the Centre for Internet and Society has said while it welcomes many changes, it is cautious about certain exceptions within the bill. “The bill carves out another exception for government agencies, allowing disclosure of sensitive personal data without consent to government agencies mandated under law for the purposes of verification of identity, or for prevention, detection, investigation, including cyber incidents, prosecution and punishment of offences,” the Centre for Internet and Society wrote in its analysis of the bill.
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