Delhi High Court issues notice on challenge to CERT-In directions to store information of VPN service users

The directions under challenge require VPN service providers to maintain names, addresses, contact numbers, email addresses and other personal information of users.
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The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice in a petition challenging directions issued by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) to virtual private network (VPN) service providers to store names, email IDs, contact numbers and IP addresses of customers for a period five years. (SNTHostings v. Union of India)

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