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|Title:||Data Protection Law in India: The TRIPS Perspective|
data protection rights
public international law
|Abstract:||The aim of this article is to evaluate the mandates and requirements of TRIPS Agreement, vis-à-vis data protection requirements in India. India is planning to enact a law on data protection and the same must be in conformity with not only the TRIPS Agreement but also with the Constitution of India. An attempt has been made to highlight some issues on data protection in India. These issues are such that, continued ignorance and rejection can result in the declaration of the proposed law as ‘unconstitutional’.|
|Appears in Collections:||JIPR Vol.11(2) [March 2006]|
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