Privacy in India: Attitudes and Awareness V 2.0

I had written a post for the India Law and Technology Blog  which I am re-posting here.

Prof. Ponnurangam PK (PK) and Niharika Sachdeva from Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi have recently published “Privacy in India: Attitudes and Awareness V 2.0.” This report provides a useful insight into the common attitudes, awareness levels and misconceptions that an average Indian has regarding privacy issues. Given the scale at which the study was carried out, it is a good baseline to keep in mind by policy makers when chalking out policies and regulations impacting privacy in India, especially keeping in mind that having adequate privacy policies and frameworks can have a large impact on the trade and commerce of the country.

 

 

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