Tag: right to privacy

Brief Note On SPDI

In India there is no such specific laws for protection of Data , the privacy and protection of Data are governed by the IT Act “Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and Sensitive Personal Data or Information) Rules, 2011” The Data is broadly divided into 2 categories: Personal Data Sensitive Personal Data. As per … Continue reading Brief Note On SPDI

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Post-mortem Personality Rights and their relevance in Jayalalithaa’s Biopic Suit

“The nicest thing is to open newspapers and not to find yourself in them.” – George Harrison Being a well-known personality could cost you your personality rights, at times. Living a life which requires you to be cautious of your every move is quite a difficult one. Being a celebrity comes with a lot of … Continue reading Post-mortem Personality Rights and their relevance in Jayalalithaa’s Biopic Suit

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DNA Profiling in the India (Towards the New age DNA Technology Use and Application Bill)

A decade ago, the whole country was sent flying into a state of bewilderment by the news headlines flashing on the TV screens that morning. An individual named Rohit Shekhar Tiwari had filed a paternity suit against three times Chief Minister of the state of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari, a political stalwart by … Continue reading DNA Profiling in the India (Towards the New age DNA Technology Use and Application Bill)

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Personality Rights in Indian Scenario

Personality Rights Personality rights means a right of person related to his or her personality. They can be protected under right to privacy or as a property of a person. This is important to mostly celebrities because people use a celebrity name or a photograph to advertise their trade and this usage influences their sales. … Continue reading Personality Rights in Indian Scenario

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