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India's order to collect VPN user data sparks outcry

Government says it aims to fight cybercrime; critics call directive 'dangerous'

India's internet user base has been growing rapidly, coupled with rising demand for VPN services that promise privacy.   © Reuters

NEW DELHI -- An Indian government directive to track internet users has met resistance from activists and companies, who say the new rules will violate the digital rights of citizens.

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