Don't fool yourself, I'd say that reporter has a medium Indian accent. Definitely rolls the r's and Indian style sentence intonation - she falls into "singing" the sentences with no silence between words - then keeps making conscious effort to enunciate each word.@nsaspook If I use voice encryption, I doubt many people on YouTube & Twitch will understand what I'm saying. So there is no effective way to change voice which might prevent others from recovering the original voice.
My main & only concern is my voice might be cloned and made to say embarrassing things. Nothing to do with masking accent, or anything. I'm an Indian and I think majority of people here who can speak in good English have neutral accent, which is neither American, British, Australian, etc. Neutral accent is probably the best way it should sound because it is lot more intelligible than other accents. In case you don't know the neutral accent I'm talking about, you can consider watching few Indian English news channels, like CNBC TV 18.
Here is a sample of what I mean by neutral accent:
This woman's accent is not entirely neutral, she has some idiosyncrasies of her own but it is very close to neutral and that is the only I could find without searching for hours.
Every news organization in every English-speaking country around the world wants their viewers to believe their reporters and anchors (readers) have a "neutral accent" or "no accent". Apparently your regional network has convinced you.