In October and November, BGF announced and discussed the Building Pillars for World Peace and Security Initiative in Boston, at the Riga Conference 2022, in Rome, and at Harvard University Loeb House on November 22-23, 2022. BGF called to the US-EU-Japan-India Pillars for World Peace and Security, to create innovative and technologically advanced economies as models for the world, as they are pillars of innovation and tech economy.
The article “India’s data localization pivot can revamp global digital diplomacy” on Atlantic Council by Anand Raghuraman:
With its latest draft data privacy bill, India has opened up intriguing possibilities for a shift in global digital diplomacy—a new alignment between New Delhi, Washington, and Brussels that could reinvigorate digital trade and reshape the rules of the road in the digital economy. The key to it all is India’s new approach to data localization, which would now permit cross-border data flow into “certain notified countries.”
The new approach marks a relaxation of India’s hardline stance on data localization, and it comes as New Delhi looks to streamline and pass national privacy legislation after nearly five years of exhaustive deliberations.
This shows that India follows with BGF’s Building Pillars for World Peace and Security Initiative.