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Right to be Forgotten

  • Madras High Court Accused entitled to have his name removed from court order once acquitted.
  • The ‘right to be forgotten’ is the right to have publicly available personal information removed from the internet, search Engine databased, websites or any other public platforms, once the personal information in question is no longer necessary, not relevant.
  • But in India there is no law that specifically provides for the right to be forgotten. However, the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 recognize this right.

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Topic of MPPSC National Affairs: Major Event, Judicial System under Constitution Government, Right to be Forgotten, Madras High Court.