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Title: Madras High Court order on ‘right to be forgotten’: Analysis and critique
Authors: Shrivastava, Anujay
Keywords: Right to be forgotten
Madras High Court
Issue Date: 31-Jul-2021
Publisher: The Daily Guardian
Citation: Shrivastava, A. (July 31, 2021). Madras High Court order on ‘right to be forgotten’: Analysis and critique. The Daily Guardian
Abstract: In light of the above-mentioned critique, I have sought to establish that the Madras High Court’s order in the present case is flawed. However, the increasing number of RTBF applications before various Indian High Courts highlight an imminent need for the Parliament to consider enacting a statutory mechanism governing RTBF or passing a constitutional amendment creating a ‘horizontal application’ of fundamental right to privacy, which would enable judicial authorities to adjudicate writ litigations invoking right to privacy under Article 21 of the Constitution to enforce RTBF against private entities such as Google.
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