India's data protection bill and impact on data product design
Making Data Science Work: Session 7
In a few months, India will pass the GDPR-equivalent law - the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB). Data science teams tend to be the most extensive users of data; their work impacts the users at much larger scale than the traditional analytics. This raises a number of questions:
This conversation is relevant for companies and practitioners building for compliance, including:
Previous session: The previous session was held on 29 July. Summary of the session is available on https://hasgeek.com/fifthelephant/operationalizing-responsible-ml/
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About the curators: Venkata Pingali and Indrayudh Ghoshal of Scribble Data have curated this session. Scribble Data is a Bangalore/Toronto startup, active in the data community.
About Privacy Mode: Privacy Mode is an emerging umbrella for practitioners working on privacy engineering and privacy-tech. This session is sponsored by Privacy Tech and produced by The Fifth Elephant. Privacy Mode and The Fifth Elephant have collaborated to host a privacy engineering conference in January 2021 - https://hasgeek.com/fifthelephant/privacy-engineering-conference/
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