The Data Protection Bill, 2018 (“Bill”) mandates the lawful processing of personal data, whereby any personal data may be processed by an entity only on the basis of grounds specifically provided by the Bill.

In this Statutory Gyan, we summarise the permissible grounds for processing personal data under the Bill and the penalties for their non-compliance.

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Disclaimer: This post has been prepared for informational purposes only. The information/or observations contained in this post does not constitute legal advice and should not be acted upon in any specific situation without seeking proper legal advice from a practicing attorney.