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Outsourcing to India: Privacy Law Clarified

India’s $41 billion dollar outsourcing industry and its clients can breathe a sigh of relief; the Indian Government has issued an official clarification concerning their new broad privacy regulations. As noted in an earlier blog, in April 2011, India adopted new privacy rules under the Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and Sensitive Personal … Continue Reading

New Indian Privacy Law Impacts U.S. Companies

In the United States, India is synonymous with outsourced data processing services and customer service call centers for credit card issuers, banks and retailers.  The flow of data between the two countries has been unrestricted and, to a large extent, unregulated.  This has now been changed. In April 2011, India adopted new privacy regulations known … Continue Reading
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