- Video of talk by Usha Ramanathan on Eminent Domain and how this applies to data regulations in India
- NPD primer in Bengali: https://hasgeek.com/PrivacyMode/non-personal-data/sub/smssttigt-tthyer-prstaabit-kaatthaamo-gorraar-ktha-EGuxrZPF9k99WAia3FFADU
About the Non-Personal Data (NPD) framework for India: Non-personal data (NPD) is defined as anything which is not personal data. Read primer on NPD in English, Hindi and Malayalam for a quick understanding how NPD will be regulated in India.
The Committee of Experts (CoE), led by Kris Gopalakrishnan, prepared the first version of the NPD framework in July 2020. Based on the feedback received, the CoE released V2 of the NPD framework in December 2020.
Community submissions to improve the NPD framework for India: NPD Week was conducted to draw recommendations from the community on what apsects of the NPD framework should be revised, with practical suggestions. At the end of NPD Week, a document of community recommendations was drawn up. View final recommendations (PDF) for NPD V2.
These recommendations were submitted to the CoE and MeITY on 31 January 2021.
NPD Survey: Between November 2020 and January 2021, Privacy Mode’s research team interviewed 50 respondents from startup, engineering, product and investor communities to understand their concerns with the Non-Personal Data Report V1 and NPD Report V2. View the report (PDF)
Recap of NPD Week: Between 22 and 29 January, concerns were articulated with respect to NPD’s potential impact around privacy. These concerns were on issues of:
- Metadata directory
- High Value Datasets (HVDs)
- Role of Data Trustees
- NPD vis-a-vis global data regimes.
A Primer on the Non-Personal Data (NPD) framework proposed for India
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