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Context: Recently, the centre told Delhi High Court in a response to a plea that the Data protection Bill has provisions for ‘right to be forgotten’.
Right to be forgotten in India (RTBF)
In 2017, the Right to Privacy was declared a fundamental right by the Supreme Court in its landmark verdict.
Personal Data Protection Bill
It gives an individual the right to restrict or prevent the continuing disclosure of their personal data when such data
While assessing the data principal’s request, this officer will need to examine the:
Therefore, broadly, under the Right to be forgotten, users can de-link, limit, delete or correct the disclosure of their personal information held by data fiduciaries.
This means that while the draft bill gives some provisions under which a data principal can seek that his data be removed, his or her rights are subject to authorisation by the Adjudicating Officer who works for the DPA.
It is provided by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a law passed by the 28-member bloc in 2018.
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