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Ecommerce companies Amazon, Walmart-owned Flipkart and Snapdeal presented views on possible data localisation, sharing aggregate customer data with the government and potential data portability on Tuesday, in a series of meetings with the committee tasked with giving recommendations on regulating nonpersonal data. The development comes after the panel, headed by Infosys cofounder Kris Gopalakrishnan, had
Non-personal data panel pings ecommerce companies Amazon, Flipkart for talks, Retail News, ET Retail
BENGALURU | NEW DELHI: The government panel tasked with drafting a report to govern the use of non-personal data will meet ecommerce companies, including Amazon and Flipkart next week, as it kick-starts the consultation process on how to regulate community, anonymised and ecommerce data in India, multiple sources familiar with the matter told ET. Ride-hailing
NEW DELHI: Traders’ body CAIT on Thursday asked the government to set up a high-level committee to look into alleged circumvention of FDI regulations by Flipkart, an allegation the company rejected. In a statement, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has levelled several allegations against Flipkart which include “circumventing the law, causing huge GST