Unconstitutional draft report on non-personal data ignores concerns about privacy and data monopolies

We submitted our comments on the second version of the Draft Report by the Committee of Experts on Non-Personal Data Governance Framework. In our comments, we raised four concerns that we felt needed to be addressed: firstly, that the definition of non-personal data provided contains significant ambiguities and is based on an unconstitutional approach; secondly, that the risks surrounding de-anonymisation haven’t been adequately addressed; thirdly, that the proposed framework may lead to data maximisation, monopoly formation, and the exploitation of citizens; and, lastly, that the consultation process may be becoming superficial and opaque.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://internetfreedom.in/unconstitutional-draft-report-on-non-personal-data-ignores-concerns-about-privacy-and-data-monopolies/