General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union and The Indian Scenario

On 15 December 1890, two American lawyers posted an article on the topic “Right to Privacy” in the Harvard law review[1]. They provided a new horizon to the field of personal laws by bringing the Right to be left alone, into the spotlight, which was earlier mentioned by Judge Cooley in his book on Torts.  Continue reading “General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union and The Indian Scenario”