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Mandating e-commerce firms to store user information specifically in India will affect their organisation: Experts

Mandating e-commerce companies to save user data specifically in India will affect their service: Experts

New Delhi: Making it mandatory for e-commerce players running in the nation to keep user information specifically in India will impact their company, according to industry experts.An initial draft

policy gone over at a conference of a top-level think-tank established to formulate a nationwide e-commerce policy has recommended that all e-commerce business will have to keep user information exclusively in India in view of security and privacy concerns.Pratibha Jain, Partner, Nishit Desai Associates stated that information localisation would not assist in resolving privacy issues.”Whether I keep a copy in India or offshore as long as the company signs a confidentiality

contract which is enforceable expeditiously … the only thing that then matters to me is the economics. Representational image. Reuters”As long as companies accept offer access to the federal government, location of storage ought to not

be an issue. On the other hand, enforcing data localisation might increase the expense of company for start-ups, “she said.Jain included that any policy should have 3 mantras– job production, promoting exports and customer protection.Another professional from the industry, who did not want to be named, shared comparable

views and stated that numerous budding business owners are venturing into e-commerce field and to assist them grow, the government should not make it compulsory to save user information in the country.However, some specialists stated that the government ought to not allow firms to store information outside the nation as there are security-related concerns.Professor Biswajit Dhar of Jawaharlal Nehru University said that information

localisation is essential for India which can not be shared with anybody.” User information ought to be saved in India. The information movement is tracked by international companies and from that they are making business gains. The federal government has to take stand on this crucial problem and framing of the national e-commerce policy would help in taking a strong stand in the issue in the WTO,”he added.Several members, particularly the industrialized countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO), are demanding conversations on liberalising e-commerce trade and for that India has to very first develop a domestic policy for the fast-growing sector.A high-level committee has been made up just recently

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