National Journal of Advanced Research

National Journal of Advanced Research


National Journal of Advanced Research
National Journal of Advanced Research
Vol. 8, Issue 1 (2022)

Right to privacy-A comparative study under the legal systems of India, UK and USA


Gunjan Agarwal

The right to privacy is as old as human mankind. It is evolving with the changing dynamics of human society and is one of the most concerned topics in present time. There is no denying to the fact social media is the new life blood of this generation which poses the major threat to the right to privacy. This right comprises a wide ambit due to which gets entangled with various other rights such as right to information. The lack of balance between the two raises privacy concerns which needs necessary amendments. This paper is an attempt to have a glance over the legal issues and their solutions adopted by various nations around the world. The complexities revolving around right to privacy are so well knitted that it needs to be handled carefully to protect the integrity and preserve the essence of our basic human right i.e., Right to Privacy.
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Gunjan Agarwal. Right to privacy-A comparative study under the legal systems of India, UK and USA. National Journal of Advanced Research, Volume 8, Issue 1, 2022, Pages 9-13
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