In an op-ed for the Financial Times, Mozilla Senior Global Policy Manager Jochai Ben-Avie writes that as India looks to implement stronger user privacy protections, the country should model Europe’s example rather than China. He writes that while the government “seems to be following the Chinese playbook,” it would be wise to protect both the economic interests as well as the privacy of its citizenry and follow the European model. He writes that by doing so, the government would be allowing data and services to freely flow between Europe and India without needing to design and maintain a separate system. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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