Right to Be Forgotten Cannot Be Sought in Absence of Statutory Backing: Madras HC

The Madras High Court has recently refused to redact a person’s name from court records and stated that no law in India contemplates such a request of Right to be Forgotten. Before the Court, the petitioner sought enforcement of his right to privacy, but the Court refused. The Bench remarked that the Indian criminal justice

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