"Informing You Without Watching you."  @digitalprivacy, Sat 07/23:
Supreme Court recognises 'right to be forgotten', says it's part of privacy

Tribune News Service Satya Prakash New Delhi, July 22 Recognising "right to be forgotten" as a facet of right to privacy, the Supreme Court has ordered masking of personal details of parties to a case of sexual offence after the woman submitted that it was causing embarrassment and social stigma to her. The petitioner had moved an application contending that display of her name in the public domain was causing immense loss to her due to social stigma and infringement to her privacy.

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