In our latest post, the authors analyze the scope of the “Right to be Forgotten” in India after the K.S. Puttaswamy Judgment and its potential conflict with the freedom of expression. In doing so, they also aim to highlight certain methods to effectively enforce the right in India.
In this post, the author attempts to highlight the relationship between a woman’s prerogative to make decisions about her health and body and the fundamental right to privacy. In doing so, she analyses the jurisprudential foundations of the right to abortion in detail, highlighting some key judgments along the way.
Days back, Uttar Pradesh Government rolled out an ordinance which legalised publishing name and photo of a person accused of violation of Section 5 of UP Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act.
In this post, the author attempts to analyse the constitutional validity of this ordinance by pitching it against the threefold test prescribed in the Puttaswamy case.
In this two part blog post, the authors comprehensively analyse data privacy and confidentiality concerns surrounding electronic health records
In Part-II, the authors conduct an India specific analysis of the issue. In doing so, the authors highlight certain drawbacks in the existing legal framework and conclude with some innovative recommendations.
In this two part blog post, the authors comprehensively analyse data privacy and confidentiality concerns surrounding electronic health records.
In Part-1, the authors analyse interoperability and the conundrum surrounding anonymised data by referring to some important case laws and statutory provisions from advanced jurisdictions.