Personal Data Protection Bill: The Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB) envisages a framework to articulate and legislate who would control the collection, processing, storage, usage, protection, disclosure and erasure of personal data of Indians. The First draft of the PDPB Bill was authored by Justice Shrikrishna in 2018. However, Justice Shrikrishna was critical of the NDA government’s redrafting of the bill which was introduced in the Parliament on December 11, 2019. The draft of the PDPB introduced by Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad did away with the provision that requires parliamentary legislation to access private data by law enforcement agencies. The 2019 Bill also provides Central government the power to exempt its agencies from application of provisions of the Act. At a discussion organized by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce and NASSCOM, industry members came together to discuss the bill and what it entails for the future of a digital India.