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Volume: 4 Issue: 7
(July 2018)

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state nation examining indias current future data protection regime with moores law reaching saturation almost objects around slowly coming life

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State of the nation: Examining India’s current and future data protection regime

With Moore’s law reaching its saturation, and almost all objects around us slowly coming to life with the Internet of Things, we have reached that stage of human civilisation where we are leaving our digital footprints and transmitting data at a rate faster than the human ability to process such data. This progress in the rate of exchange, transmission, storage and processing of data has also called for lawmakers around the world to protect and secure such data as well as to protect the privacy of individuals, including in India. Amrut Joshi and Namrata Bhagwatula, Founder and Senior Associate respectively at GameChanger Law Advisors provide an overview of the existing data protection framework in India and look ahead to the future in light of recent jurisprudence and legislative proposals.

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