“We hope 2019 to be a year when the IT Act itself will be modernize a lot to bring it at par with the current issues”.
Intermediary burden , government Surveillance, digital taxation and data governance and sovereignty.Will control the debate on tech approach making in India in the run-up to the general elections this year as the turf war between Indian and foreign machinery companies enhance, according to approach makers and lawyers. Big technology companies Google, Facebook, Twitter and Amazon will be the most damaged as they will face greater tax scrutiny and may be compelled to host Indian user data within the country.
Indian companies including Paytm and Reliance Jio Infocomm support some of these agency guidelines, which will give them a level-playing field. 2019 will see a dynamic shift in the tech approach due to multiple affair covering the change in the regulatory framework for the security of personal data Another issue that may gain energy is taxation. Most foreign companies providing digital services breakout the Indian tax net because they don’t have a corporate office Taxation of digital services will be an affair and we’re also seeing elements of this come up in other control.More difference may be proposed to the Information Technology (IT) act to echo technology advances and challenges. The amendments to the mediator guidelines which we have issued are a first step towards some regulation. Over the past two years, India has witnessed some landmark judgements and controversial government offer that have spurred contest among policymakers, technology giants and customers . I don’t think the government’s belief on ecommerce will change after the elections. It’s more of a clout affair than an election issue. India tech and telecom for the first time have impact in the government. It is also an aspect of digital sovereignty.