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Daily Dashboard | India's draft cloud computing policy urges data localization Related reading: Web con: 'U.K. Data Protection Post-Brexit'

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Reuters reports on a draft cloud computing policy proposal that would require data generated in the country to be stored within its borders. As the government works to finalize an overarching data protection law, the policy would be the latest in a series aiming to support data localization in India. In addition to the recommendation of data localization, the draft states that the data “must be available for investigative agencies and national security agencies.” Headed by the co-founder of Indian tech giant Infosys, Kris Gopalakrishnan, the panel that generated the draft hopes to submit it to the information technology minister before the end of the month or by Sept. 15.
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