Guest Data – Right to be forgotten

Economic Laws Practice (ELP)’s Aakanksha Joshi (Partner) and Megha Agarwal (Principal Associate) in their article titled ‘Guest Data – Right to be forgotten’ for ET Hospitality world discuss how ‘Guest Data’ is increasingly becoming a complicated and debated issue in the hospitality sector. More specifically the article deep dives into the concept of ‘right to be forgotten’ which is an individual’s right to have their personal data deleted or removed from the database where this data is stored and processed by any third party. The article also analyzes the ‘right to be forgotten’ against the context of GDPR and India’s Information Technology (Reasonable security practices and procedures and sensitive personal data or information) Rules, 2011 (IT Rules).

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