[Ed Note : In a slightly longer read, Pranay Bhattacharya, a second year student of Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Aurangabad talks about the origins and development of the “Right to be Forgotten,”, using this as a background to critically analyze this right as present in India’s Draft Personal Data Protection Bill 2018.]
[Ed Note : In a post that has previously been published here, Hardik Subedi of NALSAR University of Law offers a scathing critique of Nepal’s New Information Technology Bill. Do read to find out more!]
In the 2016 Indo-US dispute pertaining to Indian schemes relating to solar cells and solar modules (WT/DS456/AB/R), the WTO Appellate Body ruled against India for favouring domestically sourced solar panels over international panels, despite India raising issues relating to energy security and the environment.
[Ed Note : The following post has been authored by guest contributor Davor Gasparevic. As Davor puts it, he is a writing virtuoso with several years of experience across a wide range of online industries, and has established himself as a crucial contributor for several online businesses and startups.]
[Ed Note : In an interesting read, Shweta Rao of NALSAR University of Law brings us upto speed on the debate regarding regulation of the mysterious “dark web” and provides us with a possible way to proceed as far as this hidden part of the web is concerned. ]