Right to Privacy a Fundamental Human Right 

The concept of the right to privacy is widely acknowledged as a fundamental human right, and this is explicitly articulated in Article 12 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

Many western nations have established comprehensive legal frameworks concerning privacy, and there has been a long-standing need for a similar framework in India. 

Key Provisions of the Act

- Informed Consent and      Transparent Practices

- Data Minimization and   Purpose Limitation

- Individual Rights and   Empowerment

- Compulsory Data   Security Measure

- Accountability and   Enforcement

Impact on Individuals & Organization

- Elevated Privacy & Trust

- Corporate Responsibility   & Accountability

- Fostering Innovation &   Data Utilization

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