The recently proposed data privacy bill has significant improvements over its predecessor, the chief among them being a better balance between enshrining data privacy requirements and allowing the economic use of personal data.
If implemented well, the new Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies can help the two countries coordinate on science and tech research, civilian space, quantum technology, and semiconductor supply chains.
Founded in 2016, Carnegie India, based in New Delhi, is part of a robust global network that includes over 150 scholars in Asia, Beirut, Brussels, and Washington. The center focuses primarily on three interrelated programs: technology and society, political economy, and security studies. Led by Indian experts with decades of international and domestic policy experience, Carnegie India engages with governments, policymakers, academics, students, industries, practitioners, and civil society to provide insightful and fresh analysis on India’s pressing challenges and the rising role of India in the world.