DDP Bill: The Union Cabinet has approved the 'Digital Personal Data Protection Bill-2023'. This bill will be introduced in the monsoon session of Parliament.
This bill has received the opinion of 21,666 people from across the country. This bill has been built on the basis of European data protection standards.
The intermediate company will be able to use the personal data of the consumer only after obtaining permission from the consumer.
The consumer will also have the right to withdraw the permission to use the data.
Without the permission of the government, the consumer's data will not be able to go out of the country.
Data can be used to prevent fraud.
Will be able to share data in case of merger of one company with another company.
Will be able to share data for credit and loan information as well.
Companies like Google and Amazon will not be able to take the digital data of consumers out of India. Companies will be able to do this if the government allows it.
A Data Protection Board will be created to follow the digital data rules. Only the Data Protection Board will decide how much fine will be imposed.