Kochi: The Sprinklr submitted an affidavit in the High Court which stated that all data, including back-up data, collected for analysis of coronavirus has been trashed.
In an interim order dated April 24, the High Court had directed that all data collected for the analysis of patients with coronavirus disease be destroyed.
Sprinklr filed a petition again in the High Court, stating that the order was not clear on matters including back-up data. The Sprinklr petition sought clarification on the company’s contract with the government and stated that destroying the backup data without the government’s consent would violate the contract. Meanwhile, the government asked the company to erase all data, including back-up data.
The company then sought permission from the High Court to withdraw the petition filed regarding the clarity on the order pronounced.
The state government had also informed the High Court that the corona database would now be managed by C-DIT.