#DataProtectionTop10: On the need to protect the rights of users

In part 4 of the #DataProtectionTop10 series, we explore the issues with the user rights granted under the Bill and the provisions that affect the effective exercise of these rights. Certain rights under the Bill, specifically, the right to correction and erasure and the right to data portability are not absolute and contain significant exemptions. The Bill also fails to include certain rights like the right to object to the processing of certain personal data and the right to seek exemption from automated decision making. To address these concerns, we recommend certain changes to strengthen the rights of users.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://internetfreedom.in/dataprotectiontop10-on-the-need-to-protect/