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Author: Anandita Bhargava

DATA PROTECTION IN BOILERPLATE CLAUSES

By- Bhumesh Verma, Managing Partner- Corp Comm Legal, Delhi (The author has been assisted by Anandita Bhargava, Junior Editor, RSRR) INTRODUCTION In a contract, there are often some clauses that are common and standardised, called the ‘boilerplate’ clauses. Typically, these short clauses that are contained at the end of a contract. Boilerplate clauses have a…
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PRIVACY v. POSNER – IN THE AGE OF BIG DATA ANALYTICS

By Buddhi Nishita Gauri, III Year Student, Christ. “Google knows you more than your mom”; a phrase that lingered long after it was first heard. The rise of the internet in the past decade has implications that were unfathomable when it dawned upon us. The sheer dependence and the vesting of the human mind in an…
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Deconstructing The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2018

** By Anandita Bhargava, Junior Editor and Stuti Srivastava, Associate Editor INTRODUCTION The practice of surrogacy can be traced back to the ancient times where ‘Niyoga Dharma’ was followed. ‘Niyoga Dharma’ refers to the practice of creating temporary alliance in case the husband was infertile. The human desire to be a parent is fundamental in a…
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DATAISM: The New School of Jurisprudence

By- Subhaprad Mohanty, Research Associate cum Teaching Assistant at National Law University, Odisha. Law students must have studied various schools of law in their jurisprudence class. Each school represents the various stages of development of law affected many factors-God’s commandments, social contract, historical perspective, social sciences and et al.[i] Addition of new schools of jurisprudence is a…
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RIGHT TO PRIVACY AND SOCIAL MEDIA

By- Suprateek Neogi, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab I. Understanding Privacy The right to privacy is one of those many concepts of law whose abstract nature makes implementation of the same a complex task. The common saying “your liberty ends where my nose begins” is reflective of the layman’s interpretation of their right to…
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RIGHT TO PRIVACY WITHIN MARRIAGE IN INDIA

By- Aarvi, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab I. Meaning and Interpretation The law of the land has established right to life as a fundamental right and the courts have structured the meaning of life. Article 21 of the Indian Constitution provides, “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to…
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FREEDOM OF PRIVACY IN MEDICAL CASES: INDIAN SCENARIO

By- Abhishek Singh and Khushboo Pareek, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam I. Introduction From trafficking unapproved tranquilize medicines to surveying the impact of various medications on patients, the capacity to automatically process any information given by the patients has proven to be instrumental service in the healthcare sector all over the globe. It has additionally…
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