Publications

WOMEN’S RESERVATION BILL, 2023

ABSTRACT – On September 19,2023, the Lok Sabha introduced the Constitution (One Hundred and twenty-eighth amendment) bill 2023 which aims to allocate one-third of the total seats in both Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies for women. This reservation also extends to seats designated for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. The reservation becomes operational once …

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Unmasking Deepfakes: A Legal Analysis of India’s IT Act 2000 in the Age of Synthetic Media

Abstract Advancements in artificial intelligence have given rise to deepfakes, hyper-realistic manipulated media that pose significant challenges to legal frameworks worldwide. This research delves into the complex intersection of synthetic media and the legal landscape in India, focusing on the [1]Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act). We have undertook a comprehensive analysis of the [2]IT …

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The Role of National Human Rights Commission in upholding justice

Abstract The National Human Rights Commision (herein referred to as NHRC) is an independent, autonomous and a sovereign body which stands for the people and society whose human rights are being violated which are enshrined in our constitution through Article 14, 19, 21[1] etc. This paper talks about the NHRC in India as to how …

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The Role of International Law in Environmental Conservation

ABSTRACT Environmental conservation, a pressing global concern, necessitates collaborative efforts through international law. Recognizing the imperative for international cooperation in environmental conservation, this exploration delves into the historical roots of global environmental legislation, drawing from treaties, customary laws, and judicial decisions. It traces the progression from early concerns about endangered species to contemporary challenges like …

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Case Comment: Satender Kumar Antil v. Central Bureau of Investigation (2022)

Bench- Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice M.M Sundresh Introduction The Supreme Court observed that there had been many judgements in the High Court favouring the accused regarding his groundless arrest and upholding the right as enshrined under Articles 19 and 21 of the Indian Constitution, however, there were also many instances where the Trial …

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In Re Prashant Bhushan & Anr. (2020) (Contempt of Court Case)

-Case commentary INTRODUCTION On the 14th of August 2020, Advocate Mr. Prashant Bhushan faced the Supreme Court of India’s criminal contempt charges due to two tweets. The case gained widespread attention for the observations made by the Supreme Court. Mr. Bhushan was fined Re. 1, and failure to pay could have resulted in a three-month …

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The State Of Jharkhand V/S Shailendra Kumar Rai

Bench: Justice Hima Kohli and CJI D.Y.Chandrachud Case No.: Criminal Appeal No.1441 of 2022 Appellant: State of Jharkhand Respondent: Shailendra Kumar Rai @ Pandav Rai Appellant’s Advocate: Madhusmita Bora Court: Supreme Court of India Jurisdiction: Criminal appellate Judgment Date: 31 October, 2022 FACTS ISSUES RAISED Based on the arguments received on behalf of the parties, …

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Cybersecurity Breaches and Liability Concerns for Indian Corporations

Abstract: India has witnessed the growing pace of digitalization of any of the major world economies. The nation with over trillion-dollar economy has adopted to the digital transformation in a rapid progression. As a result, Indian Corporations have been under radar for data protection of the public. The foundation of the country’s cyber law and …

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Deep Fake Technology and Privacy Laws in India: Balancing Innovation and Personal Privacy

This research paper delves into the intricate intersection of deep fake technology and privacy concerns, with a specific focus on the Indian context. The paper begins by providing an in-depth overview of deep fake technology, elucidating the techniques employed in its creation, real-world applications, and the global perspectives shaping its evolution. The significance of the …

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The Three New Criminal Law Bills: Modifying the wholecriminal law system of India

Abstract The Indian legal landscape stands at the transition of significant change with the proposal of three new criminal law bills aimed at replacing the current foundational laws: the Indian Evidence Act of 1872 (to be substituted by the Bhartiya Sakshya Bill), the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1973 (to be replaced by the Bhartiya …

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SAME SEX MARRIAGE: POSSIBLE AMENDMENT IN SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT

ABSTRACT  In this research paper we will study what is same sex marriage, and about the special marriage act, the recent judgement about the same sex marriage, is their need of same sex marriage and what is further ruling of supreme court, on this case. What is the history of homosexuality in India, discrimination on …

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CASE COMMENT

CITATION :-                                               W.P.(C) No. 1011/2022Diary No. 36593/2022 DATE OF JUDGMENT:-                                                                    17 October, 2023 COURT:-                                                                         SUPREME COURT OF INDIA PETITIONERS:-      SUPRIYO CHAKRABORTY, ABHAY DANG, PARTH PHIROZE                                         MEHROTRA, UDAY RAJ ANAND RESPONDENT:-                                                                                     UNION OF INDIA BENCH:-       D.Y.CHNDRACHUD CJI, S.K..KAUL J,S.R.BHAT J,HIMA KOHLI J,   P.S.NARSIMHA  J Facts The cases were filed by the LGBT Community …

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TASK 2: SUNIL v. THE STATE (GOVT OF NCT OF DELHI), 2014.

WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 576 OF 2013 DATE OF JUDGEMENT: 20/01/2014 RESPONDENT:  THE STATE APPELLANT: SUNIL BENCH:  JUSTICE V.K. JAIN FACTS OF THE CASE: On November 6th, 2009, Priyanka, the deceased, who was married to Ramesh Kumar and related to Sahib Singh, Raj Rani, Manju, Ravinder, and Sunil, was taken to Saroj Hospital & Heart …

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LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF DEEP FAKE TECHNOLOGY ON  CYBERSECURITY LAWS IN INDIA

ABSTRACT Deep fake technology is a sophisticated form of artificial intelligence that can be used in order  to create extremely realistic fake content, consequently making it difficult for people to  differentiate between what is real and what is a deep fake. The rapid emergence in the use of  deep fake technology in recent times is …

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DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICABILITY OF UNIFORM CIVIL CODE IN INDIA UNDER ARTICLE 44 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

ABSTRACT – The term “Uniform Civil Code” refers to the general body of secular civil laws that will apply to all Indian citizens without regard to their caste, language, or tribe. in India a set of unrelated religious laws concerning contracts, the transfer of property, the law of the land, and other civil laws. Laws …

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SHAPING MARRIAGE NORMS: LESSONS FROM SUPRIYA CHAKRABORTY AND ANOTHER V. UNION OF INDIA FOR THE LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY

ABSTRACT This research paper embarks on an analysis of the case, Supriya Chakraborty and Another v. Union of India[1], delving into its profound influence on the landscape of marriage norms and its resonating implications for the LGBTQ+ community. The study is framed within a comprehensive exploration that traverses legal doctrines, comparative jurisprudence, scholarly discourses, and …

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LEGAL VALIDATION OF SAME SEX MARRIAGE

ABSTRACT This research paper explores the legal validation of same-sex marriage, examining the landmark legal cases, historical progression, international perspectives, future implications   challenges and societal impact. The paper firstly begins with a brief historical overview, featuring key milestones and legal cases that have formed the recognition of same-sex marriage. Drawing on a comparative analysis of …

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Sex Workers in India: Legality v. Morality

Abstract Prostitution is taken into consideration to be one of the world’s oldest Profession wherein someone presents sexual offerings in alternate for money. The person who practices this career additionally considers it towards morality and does now no longer needs to introduce this career to the subsequent generation. Here in India, the regulation and morality …

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DELIMITATION OF MARITIME BOUNDARIES DISPUTE (MAURITIUS/MALDIVES)

Krish Vikram, 1st Year Law Student, Symbiosis Law School Pune ABSTRACT The maritime boundary dispute between Mauritius and Maldives, centred around the Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, stems from colonial-era map discrepancies and subsequent territorial disagreements. Post-independence, Mauritius claimed the Archipelago, occupied by the UK. Maldives, geographically closest, wavered in its stance until President …

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Unveiling Legal Frontiers and Opportunities in India’s Exploration of Web 3.0

INTRODUCTION “Change is the only constant.”, a simple phrase which keeps on proving itself rightfully supreme. The legal field is familiar with change, as it is the only thing that keeps the industry afloat and with the emergence of Web 3.0 this change was much needed.This paper deals with these changes and additions made to …

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“Artificial Intelligence and its Role in the Criminal Justice System: A Comprehensive Legal Analysis”

———————————————————————————————— Abstract This legal research paper delves into the transformative impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the criminal justice system, exploring its potential applications and the challenges it presents. The study begins with an overview of AI’s historical development and its classification as an enabler for various technologies. It focuses on India’s legal landscape, the …

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Natural Justice in Indian Administrative Law: Courts and Procedural Fairness

Abstract This paper delves into the intricate domain of the “principle of natural justice,” an uncodified yet deeply rooted aspect of common law and moral principles. Originating from the Latin “jus natural,” it transcends statutes, holding paramount importance in civilized societies. The Supreme Court’s evolution in establishing social, just, and economic statutory protections, particularly for …

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Same sex marriage in India

Khushi LL.B. (student) Law center – 2, Faculty of law, University of Delhi ABSTRACT This study develop into the multifaceted aspects of same-sex marriage, exploring its social, legal, and cultural implications. Through a comprehensive analysis, it investigates the historical evolution of attitudes towards same-sex unions and community, the legal battles for marriage equality, and the …

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Granting divorce under Article 142: Review power or overpower of Supreme court

Abstract Marriages are considered a sacred institution where the people cohabit together and create legal relations. The provision of marriage is mentioned under the established laws related to marriage, for instance, the Hindu Marriage Act 1955. This act also provided the provisions for granting divorce and the procedure for the divorce, which means that a …

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Punishing the Innocent: An Insight into the Wrongfully Convicted

Abstract: The Indian Justice System is embedded in certain fundamental ideals and concepts. It is founded on the underlying principle an accused is innocent unless proven guilty. Nevertheless, there have been documented cases in the media and news when individuals have been exonerated after enduring wrongful convictions over extended periods of time. This diminishes the …

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DEEPFAKE AND ITS LEGAL IMPLICATIONS

Abstract This research paper delves into the rapidly evolving landscape of deepfake technology. It looks at the different uses, possible dangers, and legal issues that deepfake raises. Advanced artificial intelligence algorithms enable the production of hyper-realistic synthetic media that can imitate and modify audio-visual content, a capability made possible by deepfakes. The legal implications of …

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PRIVATE DEFENCE – SECTION 96-106 OF THE IPC

ABSTRACT This research paper delves into the nuanced dimensions of private defence within the Indian Penal Code (IPC), exploring its philosophical underpinnings, legal principles, and implications for the Indian legal system. The analysis navigates through fundamental aspects, including the right to self-preservation, the nature and scope of private defence, and the interplay of reasonableness and …

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One Nation One Code: Navigating the Path to a Unified Civil Code in India

Abstract A society without law descends into anarchy; law permits every aspect of our lives, and even without them being enforced, most people can tell right from wrong. The need for rules and laws has been around since forever. Throughout history, societies have followed specific rules, often based on ancient texts like the Vedas, Quran, …

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NAVIGATING THROUGH THE EMERGING & EVOLVING DOMAINS IN THE REALM OF LAW

ABSTRACT This paper titled- ‘Navigating through the emerging and evolving domains in the realm of law’ aims to present a comprehensive manoeuvre to explore the various emerging laws and the adaptations and evolutions involved to make these laws pertinent to the dynamic civilization of the human race. Through this exploration, we delve into the various …

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An Overview of Insider Trading: Historical Perspective, Regulations, and Notable Cases.

Abstract Insider Trading concerns mainly the equity markets and is one of the most frequent securities frauds. Stating it in simpler terms involves trading Stocks or Securities of a Company that has not been made available to the public. The insider’s Term generally includes the Company’s Executives, Employees, and any other individuals with access to …

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Multifarious Suit – The Mis-joinder of Parties & The Mis-joinder of Causes of Action

Abstract “A suit is a proceeding by which an individual pursues that remedy that the law affords”1. Generally, a suit is a civil proceeding instituted by the presentation of a plaint2. Opposing parties, cause of action, subject matters and Relief claimed are the four essentials of a suit. Failed to fulfil these essentials is a …

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Behind the Facade: Assessing the Enforcement Efficacy of Animal Protection Laws

Abstract The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960 was made by the government to protect the rights of animals in the context of modern human society. The core intention behind this legislation was to establish adequate protections for animals, preventing them from experiencing harm, undue pain, or torture inflicted by humans unless such …

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PRISON VIOLENCE AGAINST TRANSGENDERS

ABSTRACTTransgender people hold a dualistic perspective identity: in one hand they are considered disgrace to the society and on the other hand they are assembled with the “Ardhanareswar” version of Lord Shiva. Contrary to all the points there still relevant discrimination present in the prisons. Such inadequate care is untenable in the functioning of the …

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Bangalore’s Jack the Ripper: B.A. Umesh v/s Union of India

Court Name: The Supreme Court of India Jurisdiction: Criminal Appellate Jurisdiction Appeal Number: Criminal Appeal No. 1892 of 2022 arising out of S.L.P. (Crl.) No. 890 of 2022] Appellant: B.A. Umesh aka Umesh Reddy Respondent: Union of India Bench: CJI D Y Chandrachud, J. P.S Narasimha, J. S. Ravindra Bhat Date of Judgment: November 4, …

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Case commentary on Satvinder Singh Saluja and others v State of Bihar

NAME OF CASE: Satvinder Singh Saluja and Others V State of Bihar[1] CITATION: AIR (2019) 7 SCC 89 DATE OF JUDGEMENT: 01 /07/2019 APPELLANTS: Satvinder Singh Saluja and Others RESPONDENT: State Of Bihar BENCH/JUDGE: K Joseph and A Bhushan LEGAL PROVISIONS: Constitution Of India, Bihar Excise (Amendment) Act, 2016, Bihar Prohibition and Excise Act, 2016. …

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CASE COMMENTARY

Supriyo @ Supriya Chakraborty & Anr.                                       … Petitioners Versus Union of India                                                                              … Respondent Writ Petition (Civil) No. 1011 of 2022 FACTUAL MATRIX On 14th November 2022, writ petitions were filed before the Hon’ble Supreme Court by two same-sex couples (hereinafter referred to as “Petitioners”) seeking legal recognition of same-sex marriages in India. These petitions …

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CASE: Supriyo @ Supriya Chakraborty & Anr. Vs Union of India

CITATION: Writ Petition (Civil) No. 1011 of 2022 Date of Judgment: October 17, 2023 PETITIONERS: Supriyo @ Supriya Chakraborty & Anr. Respondent: Union of India BENCH: CJI D.Y. Chandrachud, J. S.K. Kaul, J. Ravindra Bhat, J. Hima Kohli & J. P.S. Narasimha LEGAL PROVISIONS: Articles 14, 15, 19, 21, and 25 of the Indian Constitution, …

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 KERALA UNION OF WORKING JOURNALISTS Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS

COURT NAME:  IN SUPREME COURT OF INDIA JURISDICTION:  CRIMINAL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION APPEAL NO:   WRIT PETITION(criminal) no(s). 307 of 2020 APPELLANT:   Kerala Union of Working Journalists RESPONDENT:   Uttar Pradesh Government JUDGE/ BENCH:   Former CJI N.V.Ramana, Justice A.S. Bopanna, Justice Surya Kant DATE OF JUDGEMENT:   28 April, 2021 SUBJECT MATTER:   Habeas Corpus Petition STATUES/ CONSTITUTION INVOLVED:   Indian …

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Satish Chander Ahuja V. Sneha Ahuja AIR 2020, SC 2483.

Case No.: CIVIL APPEAL NO.2483 of 2020 (Arising out of SLP(C)No.1048 of 2020) Date of Judgement: 15 October 2020 Petitioner: SATISH CHANDER AHUJA Respondent: SNEHA AHUJA Bench: Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy, M.R. Shah FACTS Important questions pertaining to Domestic violence were raised in the case Satish Chander Ahuja V. Sneha Ahuja AIR 2020, SC …

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CASE COMMENT – JANHIT ABHIYAN VS. UNION OF INDIA

Citation – MANU/SC/1449/2022 By – Krish Vikram, 1st Year Law Student, Symbiosis Law School Pune FACTS In the current situation, the government of India approved the 103rd Constitutional Amendment Act, 2019, which allowed 10% reservations to economically disadvantaged groups of society. It should also be highlighted that the constitution only allows for reservations based on …

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The Chief Election Commissioner of India v. Mr. Vijayabhaskar

Court: Supreme Court of India                                                          Judges: Justice D. Y. Chandrachud and Justice M. R. Shah Date of Final Judgment: 6th May 2021 Facts Issues Raised Should the media be restricted from reporting oral remarks made during judicial proceedings? Oral remarks made by the Madras High Court during the hearing. Madras High Court was not able …

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VIJAY MADANLAL CHOUDHARYV. UNION OF INDIA

SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (CRIMINAL) NO. 4634 OF 2014 VIJAY MADANLAL CHOUDHARY & ORS. …PETITIONER(S) VERSUS UNION OF INDIA & ORS. …RESPONDENT(S) Date of Judgement: 27th July 2022                            ……J. (A.M. Khanwilkar) ……J. (Dinesh Maheshwari) ……J. (C.T. Ravikumar) Since the constitutionality of multiple PMLA sections was contested, there is no gainsaying that the ruling rendered by the SC …

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Biopiracy and Legal Safeguard of Intellectual Properties

Abstract: The issue of biopiracy revolves around the exploitation of indigenous knowledge and resources without equitable compensation, presents a pressing challenge. This paper digs into legal, ethical, regulatory frameworks and national legislations, to confront this matter. It underscores the necessity of preserving indigenous heritage and biodiversity, suggesting enhanced patent regulations and amplified community engagement as …

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From Bytes to Bias: Addressing Gender Inequality in Artificial Intelligence Systems

Abstract This paper assesses whether the Indian Law sufficiently captures the gender bias in AI and efficiently governs it. It also analyses the current Indian laws and the need for proper legislations on AI. To end this trend of gender biases in AI systems, the direct and indirect impact of gender bias in AI will …

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M SIDDIQ (D) THR LRS. VS MAHANT SURESH DAS & ORS.

Equivalent Citation: (2020) 1 SCC 1 Date of Judgement: November 9, 2019. Court: Supreme Court. Case Number: 10866-10867 of 2010. Case Type: Civil Appeal. Petitioner: M Siddiq (deceased). Respondent: Mahant Suresh Das & Ors. Bench: Ranjan Gogoi, D.Y.Chandrachud, S.A.Bobde, S.A.Nazeer, Ashok Bhushan. Common Name: Ayodhya Land Dispute Case, Ram Janam Bhoomi Case Or Ram Mandir …

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ANALYSING DNA AS AN EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM REGARDING CRIMINAL PROCEDURE(IDENTIFICATION) ACT, 2022

ABSTRACT As the saying goes JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DENIED but does that imply that only justice, regardless of whether it is just to the proper person, should be served? Prior to discussing and analysing the process, let’s clarify; what JUSTICE is? Justice is an ethical, philosophical, intellectual, rational, moral and legal idea through which …

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Foreign lawyers and firms: the concluding push of the global village in India

Abstract A lawyer is person who has a degree or has been certified by government of educational institutes who work in legal field whereas an advocate is someone who has a license to practice law in front of court of law to represent their client. The advocate may appear as defendant or prosecutor on behalf …

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ANOOP BARANWAL v. UNION OF INDIA, 2023

DATE: March 2, 2023 PETITIONER: Anoop Baranwal RESPONDENT: Union of India BENCH: Justice K.M. Joseph (headed the bench), Justice Ajay Rastogi, Justice Aniruddha Bose, Justice Hrishikesh Roy and Justice C.T. Ravikumar. CASE NUMBER: WP(C) 104/2015 LEGAL PROVISIONS: The Constitution of India (fundamental rights, Article 324, Article 142 and Article 248) and the Election Commission (Conditions …

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Evolution of cybercrime in current times and its impact.

Abstract The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “cyber” as something relating to or involving computers or computer networks such as the Internet. The 21st-century world is at a stage where everything is cyber, meaning the lives of individuals revolve around computers and their networks. This technological advancement is certainly a massive step towards human growth and development. …

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Consumer Protection in the Digital Age: Analyzing Legal Frameworks Safeguarding Consumers in the Sharing Economy.

Abstract This research paper is about understanding the rules in India that protect consumers in the sharing economy when using technology. The sharing economy has become more popular because there are websites and apps that make it easier for people to share their belongings. This can be good and bad for customers. This paper talks …

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DIGITAL PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION LAWS AND ITS DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA.

ABSTRACT: Lately the concept of Data Protection has become a concerning topic, advocating for the protection of personal information and individuals privacy. With the development of  technology and availability of social media and digital means, every work and  every service is now rendered through online mode. While it has been a boon to the netizens, …

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