Google, Amazon and Facebook is Nervous because of the Former Supreme Court Judge

Google, Amazon and Facebook is Nervous because of the Former Supreme Court Judge: Well, reports are coming that Privacy is being the main issue when we talk about online surfing or internet use. As per the reports, India is looking quite serious about this whole issue as they are talking to these big tech companies. Also, the reports are coming that B.N. Srikrishna is a genial, 77-year-old former Supreme Court judge is taking this whole thing very seriously and things aren’t going to be easy for the Google, Amazon, and Facebook in upcoming days.

Sources are confirming that the former Supreme court judge, Srikrishna is leading the effort to draft new data-privacy laws for India that will regulate how tech giants from the US and elsewhere operate in the nation of 1.3 billion. Also, his new recommendations are going to build new trust in between Indian people as they were little worried about the data leak of Facebook. Also, the company like Facebook, Amazon, and Google knows that India is the biggest market for them.

The committee Srikrishna helms will send its bill to the government this week. Also, we are expecting that Srikrishna and his colleagues are determined to modernize the country’s standards and protect all citizens. Also, in a statement, the former judge said that“India has accelerated from a ‘bail gaadi’ economy to a silicon-chip economy, But privacy and data regulation rules are still far behind.”

You all should know that Indian is the fastest growing internet generation and around 370 million people made the record of having a Smartphone, at end 2017. The government has also developed one of the world’s most ambitious biometric identity systems, called Aadhaar, which assigned unique 12-digit numbers to 1.1 billion Indians and registered their fingerprints, iris scans, and demographic details.