Deepa Kharb

Deepa Kharb
Indian Law Institute · Faculty

Ph.D. LL.M. UGC NET LL.B PG Diploma in Cyber Law

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Interest Areas are Intellectual Property Law,Cyber Law,International Economic Law and Comparative Public Law.

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One of the breathtaking breakthroughs in science in the recent years is its spectacular intrusion into the nature's closely guarded secrets. The unprecedented and rapid advances in medical sciences have revolutionised modern medicine and surgery in a number of ways. These advances like genetic engineering, assisted reproductive technologies, human...
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The global governance of natural resources was established initially by Convention on Biodiversity(CBD) in 1992 followed by Nagoya Protocol(NP) in 2010 with an objective of ensuring fairness and equitable benefit sharing arising from the exploitation of genetic resources creating incentive at the same time for the conservation and sustainable use o...
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The Right to Data Portability crystallized under Art 20 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the European Union provides a right to the digital consumers to receive a copy of their submitted personal data in a structured and machine readable form and to transfer it from one controller to another without being prevented/restricted in...
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Achievement of food security implies producing sufficient food and making it accessible to all individuals throughout the year and on a sustainable basis from year to year. Food security thus connotes freedom from hunger and malnutrition. Increasing the agricultural production is critical for achieving food security, since close to 99% of food cons...
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The agenda of Digital Sequence Information (DSI) on genetic resources was taken up for international debate at the 14th Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD hereinafter) in 2018. The issue is of great significance to governments of the member countries as the new use of sequence information is replacing the existing...
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CYBER SPACE continues to spawn unique and abrupt questions demanding legal innovation and activism. A perusal of the cases decided by the Supreme Court and various high courts during the year under investigation reveals a variety of issues coming before the courts like those concerning intermediary liability, blocking of websites, admissibility of...
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The survey discusses some recent judgments delivered by the Supreme Court and different high courts, though not in good number, that have either laid down new principles or propounded debatable prepositions in order to elucidate the scope and extent of cyber law.
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The trade bargaining platforms provide an avenue to particular industry groups for achieving objectives what might not otherwise be achievable while approaching a foreign national legislature through lobbying or otherwise. Since the inception of bilateral and regional negotiations to supplement the rules of the TRIPS Agreement and other multilatera...
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Maintaining a balance between competing national interests and international obligations under the WTO-TRIPS Agreement was difficult for India like other developing countries. However, the TRIPS flexibilities incorporated under the domestic patent legislation helped India in attaining this delicate balance to a great extent. With the growing trend...
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The article is on evolving jurisprudence on the admissibility of electronic evidences as secondary evidence under section 65B of Indian Evidence Act.
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YEAR 2015 was a landmark year in the evolution of cyber law in India. This was the year when the Supreme Court of India delivered the historic judgment in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India.The issue of the constitutionality of section 66A, section 69A and section 79 and the rules framed under section 69A and 79 of Information Technology Act, 2000 (h...

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CYBER LAW is a fast developing area that cuts across the traditional legal disciplines.The scenario of cyber law litigation is undergoing a transformation since 2014. The survey presents a critical analysis of judicial pronouncements delivered by the apex court and high courts in the year 2017 that have either laid down new principles or propounded debatable prepositions in order to elucidate the scope and extent of cyber law.
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LAST YEAR, Supreme Court’s landmark judgment in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India created history by striking down section 66A of Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act hereinafter) as unconstitutional. Year 2016 was also remarkable, in as much as it saw how the high courts and Supreme Court in India were dealing with issues related to intermediary liability and electronic records- redefining and adding more clarity to the law relating to these areas particularly post Shreya Singhal and Anwar v. Basheer judgments. The year 2016 saw an interesting mix of cases, forming part of the survey, wherein degree of difference is witnessed in handling, with contrasting conclusions by the courts especially on intermediary liability under section 79 of IT Act. The Indian courts have tried to contribute their bit towards evolving jurisprudence in these areas/ issues. Through various judgments, though not in good number, covered under this survey, the different high courts and the supreme court of India have further helped in the evolution of cyber law jurisprudence.