EU GDPR: Genesis of the “Right To Be Forgotten”

Data Protection is of utmost importance in today’s day and age. The Facebook data scandal has shaken many and brought to the fore the risks of our times. The GDPR is gained additional significance. In this backdrop, let’s take a look at the genesis of the right to be forgotten, i.e., a data subject’s or a person’s right to have data about him be erased and forgotten. This right was realised in the EU much before the regulation came into force. Take a look at the judgement upholding the right to data erasure or the right to be forgotten to the detriment of Google.

Arbitration Hip Hip Hurrah! Delhi HC upholds SIAC arbitral award, says can’t examine foreign arbitral awards for errors, not an appellate body

The Case At Hand Japanese pharma company Daiichi Sankyo Co. Ltd (“Daiichi”) approached the Delhi high court in April 2016 to seek the enforcement and execution of a $550 million award passed by the Singapore International Arbitration Centre against former owners of Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd Malvinder and Shivinder Mohan Singh (“Singh brothers”). Background In 2008, Daiichi had bought the Singh brothers’stake in Ranbaxy for $4.6 billion by a Share Purchase and Share Subscription Agreement (SPSSA) dated June 11, 2008. Problems […]

Google in Competition Trouble: CCI versus Google

Google is most people’s first choice, when they want to know something. It is easy and convenient. As a consequence, in our world where one appears in the Google search results is the paramount pre-occupation of businesses. Google thus, some may argue, is in a position to make or break businesses. And so competition issues crop up.

The Competition Commission of India (CCI), the country’s antitrust authority, has sent Google a report charging the company with abusing its dominant market position

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