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The Committee of Experts (CoE), led by Kris Gopalakrishnan, has released a revised report on the Non-Personal Data (NPD) Framework (NPD Version 2) report on 16 December 2020. The revised NPD report is available at https://static.mygov.in/rest/s3fs-public/mygov_160922880751553221.pdf

The CoE is inviting comments and responses to the revised report, the deadline for which is 27 January 2021.

Add your submissions - responses, comments, questions - to Version 2 here. The Privacy Mode team will consolidate the responses and share with the CoE in January 2021, when launching responses to Version 1 of the report.

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Reshu Natani

The NPD Revised Report, and what is different: A Primer

The MEITY-appointed Committee of Experts (CoE) on Non-Personal Data (NPD) has shared their revised report with a call for feedback by January 27th. This report is a revised version based on extensive feedback received by the CoE to the earlier version of the report (v1). more
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  • 01 Jan 2020

Venkata Pingali

Thoughts on Report by the Committee of Experts on Non-Personal Data Governance Framework (Dec 24, 2020)

Overall Overall proposal is looking reasonable and feasible, even though a lot of details have to be worked out. more
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  • 02 Jan 2020

Subhashish Bhadra

NPD Committee should tighten incentives and accountability for different stakeholders

There’s much to like in this new report. First among them is the fact that it restricts itself to a narrow goal — of opening up non-personal data for public good purposes. It explicitly stays away from being a general non-personal data governance framework, which would have included direct government access to such data and B2B sharing of data (as was there in the first report). While not explici… more
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  • 18 Jan 2021

Shubhangi Heda

Economics and Incentives around Sharing Non-Personal Data for Public Benefit

• Revised report of the committee on NPD Governance Framework (the report), defines high valued datasets (HVD) as those which are beneficial to community and would be shared as a public good, subject to certain guidelines as prescribed by the report. • A data trustee (which is either a government or non-governmental organization) is to identify this subset based on public interest of the communit… more
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  • 18 Jan 2021
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