The change will “assuage most of the industry’s concerns,” Senapathy (Kris) Gopalakrishnan, co-founder and former co-chairman of Infosys, says.

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Global technology giants and Indian companies had criticised the provision in the non-personal data report as it would have led to conflicts with IP rights.

New Delhi: A key clause requiring private businesses to mandatorily share anonymised data with each other has been dropped from the latest draft of the non-personal data (NPD) report submitted by a committee led by Infosys co-founder S (Kris) Gopalakrishnan.Global technology giants and Indian companies had criticised the provision as it would have led to conflicts with intellectual property rights. The change will “assuage most of the industry’s

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