Analysis of the development of the Right to Privacy in India.
Comparative study of Right to Privacy in India and abroad.
Implication of the Right to Privacy judgement on a. Data Privacy – Facebook and Whatsapp data sharing. b. Welfare Schemes – Aadhar being linked to welfare benefits c. Decriminalization of homosexuality – Section 377 of the IPC d. Marital rape and Restitution of Conjugal Rights e. Big data analytics – Both private sector and governmental f. Sections of Cr.P.C and Evidence Act – Search and Seizure g. Biometrics and the Right to Privacy
Viability of the Right to Privacy in India.
Critical analysis of the constitutionality of the Right to Privacy.
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Abstract, Registration Form & DD Submission (In Soft Copy) – 20th October, 2017
Final Paper Submission – 25th October, 2017
Registration Form & DD submission (Where Applicable) By Post – 28th October, 2017
Date of the Seminar – 31st October, 2017
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