New Indian surveillance laws unlikely to affect adequacy decision, say observers

An Indian statutory order authorising 10 government agencies to intercept, monitor and decrypt electronic information “provides clarity” to existing surveillance law, and is unlikely to imperil the country’s EU adequacy decision, observers have said.

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