Impact of Media Trial on Right to Privacy: A Critical Analysis

  • Ravindra Singh
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  • Ravindra Singh

    Ph.D. Research Scholar at Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

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In the modern world and at present, the media is an essential and vital source of information that shapes public attitudes and activities. Media has evolved from a tool for conveying information and sharing information to an active way of being involved and partaking. Due to the frequent prevalence of technology, automation breakthroughs, technological advancements, and headway, the print and electronic media rostrum have changed and highly developed over time, stressing the importance and magnetism of freedom of the press. The media plays a substantial role in determining the perception and awareness of society. Media platforms have the power to completely alter how people view several events. The phrase media trial often refers to a process where the media platforms conduct their independent investigation of instances before the beginning of the legal trial in court. The accused person's judicial trial is not fairly represented by this approach. This research paper's goal is to provide a thorough study of media trials. In this research paper, we will discuss the effects of media trials on an individual's privacy. Furthermore, the goal of the study is to interpret how media trials affect the judicial system. This piece of writing provides a thorough review of the advantages and disadvantages of media trials in society.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 2336 - 2347


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