Legal Framework for Artificial Intelligence and Privacy

  • Shanthoshiya T.C. and Durga C.
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  • Shanthoshiya T.C.

    Student at Sastra University, Thirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur, India

  • Durga C.

    Student at Sastra University, Thirumalaisamudram, Thanjavur, India

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Cyber-crime mainly involves activities that use internet and computers as a tool to extract private information of an individual either directly or indirectly. The technological development in the field of AI becomes a greater threat in the area of right to privacy. The disclosure of personal information on online platforms which includes names, addresses, financial information and sensitive information from medical records to dating apps the personal information was hacked without the person’s consent or making threads with the aim of degrading the reputation or causing mental or physical harm. The freedom of association is constrained among the individuals by the usage of AI technologies which compromise people's privacy. The interference of AI happens mostly due to the fact that more than half of online users have limited knowledge of how online platforms work, are uninformed about technical improvements, and have limited computer literacy sufficient education and training. In the 21st century the vast development of social media was a major thread to right to privacy. Social Media accounts such as Facebook, Instagram were mostly getting into the hacker hands and anonymous messages have been sending by the hacker to various accounts. Women’s are mostly targeted cyber stalking, cyber pornography, impersonation etc. This research paper mainly focuses with how AI have interfered into the life of the individuals by using online platforms by hacking the personal information of individuals by data theft and misused the social media accounts by creating fake profiles and sending anonymous messages. This paper defines separately about various terms such as cybercrime, privacy, AI and Acts which are covering right to privacy with a comparative study.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 2308 - 2322


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