India's Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023 creates a new framework for the protection of digital personal data, offering four broad rights to "data principals" and setting compliance tasks for "data fiduciaries." Spice Route Legal Partner Mathew Chacko, Counsel Aadya Misra and Associate Ajeeth Srinivas explain the individual rights offered in the DPDPA, saying the act "has paved the road for the creation of a concrete system of data principal rights." Editor's note: This is the second in a six-part series on the operational impacts of India's DPDPA. The full series can be accessed here.
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