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Committee on Personal Data Bill pings Microsoft, Amazon for 'virtual deposition'

Committee on Personal Data Bill pings Microsoft, Amazon for 'virtual deposition'
Committee on Personal Data Bill pings Microsoft, Amazon for 'virtual deposition'

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The committee is supposed to submit its report to Parliament in the upcoming Monsoon session, and according to officials, it has reached out to companies, academics, and lobby group Nasscom over the landmark Bill.

NEW DELHI: A joint parliamentary committee (JPC) studying the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 has reached out to companies such as Amazon and Microsoft, industry lobby group Nasscom and some academic institutions, ahead of planned virtual depositions on the landmark Bill.The committee last sought stakeholder feedback in February and is supposed to submit its report to Parliament in the upcoming Monsoon session. According to an industry
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