Critical Analysis of Right to Privacy in India

  • J. Nissha
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  • J. Nissha

    LL.M. (Constitutional Law and Human Right) student in India

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The current state of privacy and data protection concerns can be viewed in light of technological development and legal dynamism. Privacy means not interfering with other people's interests. Because of advancements in technology, privacy has become a concern for every individual, and it also places a strong emphasis on data protection. Individual liberty is a focus of data protection, and the intrusion of a stranger jeopardises this liberty. The individual's activity must cease in any way possible by the stranger to the individual. The constitution can be used to confirm any new phenomenon's fundamental legal requirement. The Indian constitution places a greater emphasis on the right than on duty. Consider it a right-based strategy for placing an emphasis on data protection. The new area of law will take some time to become effective because India is a developing nation. The Right to Privacy, Right to Information, Information Technology, Indian Penal Code, National Security, Intellectual Property, Corporate Affairs, Consumer, and other areas are the primary focus of the data protection issue. The research project's goals are to investigate the rightful legal status of privacy and data protection in India. In recent times, the constitutionality of data protection and privacy has received a lot of attention. Because of this, it is necessary to provide a unique status within the legal framework. To provide sophisticated privacy protection, it is necessary to investigate the effectiveness of the current legal framework. It investigates how the encroachment of data protection in relation to other laws has affected individuals' rights. The idea behind this topic is to link the concept of India to other countries.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 1038 - 1052


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