Officials have received more than 20,000 public submissions on India's draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, the Hindustan Times reports. In a submission, Supreme Court of India Advocate and Cyber Saathi founder N.S. Nappinai said, "To formulate a draft that neither protects individuals from corporate or Government excesses does not spell out a robust privacy legislation." The Internet Freedom Foundation also raised concerns that the bill "allows for non-consensual processing of personal data." The bill is on track to be introduced in Parliament's monsoon session.
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