The committee recommended setting up a statutory authority for regulating social media platforms on the lines of the Press Council of India
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A joint parliamentary committee (JPC) on data protection suggested widening the scope of the law to cover non-personal data, mandatory mirroring of sensitive data locally, regulation of content on social media platforms and treating platforms that are not intermediaries as publishers.
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