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Daily Dashboard | India's next data protection bill may drop DPA Related reading: Former Uber CSO convicted of 2016 data breach cover-up

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Members of Indian Parliament could exclude provisions for a data protection authority when drafting a fresh data protection bill, the Hindustan Times reports. An official familiar with Parliament's negotiations said many proposed DPA functions "were out of its remit" and dropping the DPA would help "to not overwhelm one authority and increase compliance costs for small companies." The new bill may add a consumer redress mechanism in lieu of a regulator.
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