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LETTING BYGONES BE BYGONES: IMPLEMENTING THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN IN INDIA

LETTING BYGONES BE BYGONES: IMPLEMENTING THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN IN INDIA Gayathri G, Law Student. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT With India’s expanding digital landscape, this paper intends to evaluate how the Right to be Forgotten, a concept that gained considerable recognition through European regulatory frameworks, aligns with India’s legal, cultural, and technological environment. The primary […]

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FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES: RIGHTS, RESTRICTIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES: RIGHTS, RESTRICTIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS Mohd Fahed, Student, B.A. LL. B, Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The use of social media sites like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and others to read and share news and information has increased due to advancements in technology.

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