The Information Technology Act of 2000 has long served as India's foundational legislation for regulating the Internet. However, as the digital landscape has evolved over the past two decades, India recognizes the need to adapt its laws to meet the challenges posed by the changing technological landscape. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) models and the increasing penetration of the Internet, India is taking proactive steps to ensure a comprehensive framework that addresses the complexities of the rapidly evolving digital ecosystem.
Recognizing the global trend of reevaluating Internet laws, India is actively participating in this process. Countries around the world, including the European Union, the United Kingdom, and Australia, have introduced separate legislations to regulate and address the challenges associated with the Internet.
In response to these developments, Primus Partners and the Institute for Competitiveness jointly organized a roundtable discussion to explore the intricacies of the proposed Digital India Bill. The insights gathered from these discussions are now presented in the form of this white paper, which encapsulates the primary findings and recommendations derived from these dialogues. Read Now!