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Draft DPDP bill aims to shield Indians’ public domain data from AI: Report


The latest draft of the Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Bill, 2023, approved by the cabinet, suggests that generative AI platforms like ChatGPT and Google’s Bard may be restricted from processing Indians’ personal data available in the public domain.

The leaked draft is being analyzed by experts, and while the intention to protect personal data is commendable, enforcing the “ring fence” poses challenges due to the rapid pace of tech innovations.

Striking a balance between data protection and technological progress will be crucial for the bill’s success.

Effective enforcement measures need to be devised to safeguard Indians’ personal data from being utilized by AI platforms without hindering technological advancements.

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