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The Cabinet gave the nod to an updated version of the Data Protection Bill that aims to protect the rights of an individual over data he or she generates. Internet giants do not need to keep a mirror copy of non-crucial information, like an individual’s online shopping or browsing habits in India, as had originally been stipulated in the draft bill

Abdul Gh Lone