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25th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-3(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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  1. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 25th August THE HINDU


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  3. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 25th August THE HINDU


  4. To plug the data spill The Indian Express Data flows away from ordinary citizens, to those who collect and may misuse it. My Data Privacy and Protection Bill, unlike the govt's, places the individual at the core. UBHODEEP


  5. Data, we are told with tiresome frequency, is the new oil. Concern this oil flows only in one direction - from every one of us ordinary citizens into the hands of those who receive, collect, manipulate and use (or misuse) it August 24 marked a year since the Supreme Court's landmark judgment recognising the right to privacy of every individual as a fundamental right under the Constitution of India We often take our privacy for granted; however, in an age when nearly 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is generated every day, the right to privacy has large implications, particularly on the manner in which the state and others collect and use our data S. UBHODEEP


  6. Whether it is submitting a form for a college application or downloading the latest app for our phone, we unknowingly share information about ourselves with a wide range of entities, without realising the repercussions involved. Cambridge Analytica's website rightly said "Data drives all we do", and the scandal which was exposed, revealed how they manipulated data to influence the commercial and political choices of common citizens India has undertaken an ambitious project to create the world's largest biometric database in the form of Aadhaar, ostensibly to regulate the transfer of benefits from government to needy citizens. UBHODEEP


  7. However, the numerous instances of data leaks in relation to Aadhaar reveal the state's callous attitude to data protection, while it aggressively pursues the sync ing of Aadhaar numbers with essential services data fraud and misuse Draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018, drafted by the Justice B N Srikrishna Committee the process of public consultation introduced the Data Privacy and Protection Bill, 2017 in the Lok Sabha individual-centric Bill confirms that it is built on a strong foundation of the Right to Privacy, The individual, the right over your personal data, thereby protecting its misuse by both the state as well as private players UBHODEEP


  8. For consent to be effective, it must be unambiguous, free, voluntary, affirmative, revocable To ensure consent remains effective, the data must be destroyed after the purpose is served. The government's draft Bill grants "the right to be forgotten" but deceptively defines it as disallowing further disclosure of data It seems that the government wants to revamp the globally accepted meaning of "forgotten" to "limited recollection" You should have the right to revoke permission for its usage, object to its processing or ensure its deletion. UBHODEEP


  9. For any new usage of the same data, - then effective consent must be obtained afresh for the new terms At the same time, circumstances such as medical emergency, authorisation by law and investigation of cognisable offences which need immediate use of personal data without effective consent, should be allowed. Similarly, your right to privacy can only be diluted when there are no other means to resolve a threat to security of the state. Survelliance - an independent impartial well-resourced authority. S. UBHODEEP


  10. also ensures that a person may have recourse to judicial remedy if the state has misused its powers The government's Bill, unfortunately, fails to hold state actors accountable for any form of violation of privacy, even those as grave as interception or surveillance. Government must remove these anomalies and improve its draft along the lines of my Bill UBHODEEP