A Discourse on Global Takedowns vis-a-vis X v. Union of India

In this post, the authors attempt to highlight the positive and negative effects of the recent judgement of X v. Union of India vis-a-vis global blocking. The authors discuss the right to be forgotten, in relation to global blocking, and the implications therein. Finally, the authors lay down their suggestions, citing the requirement for legislation which deal in particular with this concept, in order to avoid arbitrariness, and to ensure that justice is upheld.
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