Volume VII

This volume is considered to be published in July 2017


Privacy Law: Right to be Forgotten in India

Prashant Mali, President and Founder of Cyber Law Consulting (Advocates & Attorneys), Mumbai, writes about the right to have an individual’s data deleted from the internet upon withdrawal of consent to store such data by such person.


Personal Data Exchanges – Towards an Equitable Fourth Industrial Revolution

Narayani Anand, a third-year law student at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, writes about the effectiveness of personal data exchanges.


Agrochemicals and Data Exclusivity

Priyadarshini Singh, a postgraduate student at Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, writes about IP protection and agrochemicals from an Indian perspective.


Adjudicating Cyber Espionage Cases Through the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement System

Roshni Ranganathan, a fifth-year student at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, writes about how WTO may not be the best forum for disputing data protection given the present system in existence.


Data Protection – Protection of What, Protection from Whom & Protection for Whom – An Analysis of the Legal and Judicial Provisions in Indian and Abroad

Shatakshi Singh, a fourth-year student at Symbiosis Law School, Noida, writes about the legal provisions associated with data protection.



Legislative Comments

Remembering to Forget: A Legislative Comment on the Right to be Forgotten in the Data (Privacy and Protection) Bill, 2017

Navya Alam and Pujita Makani write about the Right to be Forgotten under the Data (Privacy and Protection) Bill.