Monthly Archives: December 2022

New Year Resolution -2023

Today is the last day of the year 2022. As we prepare for the New Year, many of us would think of how we celebrate the night of 31st welcoming the new Year. But what professionals need to also think … Continue reading

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BASIC STRUCTURE THEORY – A PROPOSITION CONTRARY TO THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF JURISPRUDENCE.

Recently Union Minister of Minister of Law¬† has been raising questions on the relationship of the Executive and the Judiciary in respect of appointment of Judges. (Refer here). Another question which has been bugging me always is the Supreme Court’s … Continue reading

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Defining Personal Data under Naavi’s theory of Privacy (“Nee Maayeyolago, Ninnolu Maayeyo” )

While discussing Data Protection and “Privacy Protection through Data Protection” or “Information Privacy”, the critical aspect is to have a clear definition of what is “Personal Data”. We may recall that under “Shape of Things to Come” series of articles … Continue reading

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Hats off to the Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget-5: Evolution of the Right to be forgotten

[This is a continuation of our earlier article on the Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget] The Kerala High Court Judgement on Right to Forget is a landmark judgement for the reason that it went into details of the Definition … Continue reading

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Hats off to the Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget-4: Need for Transparency in Judiciary

[This is a continuation of our earlier article on the Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget] The Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget had three conclusions namely A claim for the protection of personal information based on the right to … Continue reading

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Hats off to the Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget-3: Right to Forget is not Right to Anonymity..

[This is a continuation of our earlier article on the Kerala Judgement on Right to Forget] The Judgment of Kerala Hight Court of 22nd December 2022 in the WP (C) nos 26500/2020 & connected cases¬† was mainly considering the issue … Continue reading

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