Following a study into India’s data protection framework, the European Commission is not yet ready to deem the country’s systems as satisfying EU data adequacy rules, according to an Indian official. reports on the free trade talks between the EU and India. A key demand of the Indian government is for the country to be deemed adequate under EU data adequacy standards. A spokesperson from the commission confirmed that while it is willing to support data transfers, that’s dependent on India’s assurance of a “high level of protection of personal data.” A spokesperson from the Indian government said the changes requested could take a long time and require legislative changes.
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