[BREAKING] No 'Right to be forgotten' when it comes to court judgments; accused on acquittal cannot have name redacted: Madras High Court

The Court, therefore, ruled that accused has no right to have his name redacted from court orders and judgments upon his acquittal like in USA.
[BREAKING] No 'Right to be forgotten' when it comes to court judgments; accused on acquittal cannot have name redacted: Madras High Court
Madurai bench of Madras High Court and Justice N. Anand Venkatesh

The Madras High Court on Tuesday deviated from its earlier prima facie view that an accused has a right to have his name redacted from court orders and judgments upon his acquittal and ultimately concluded today that the right to be forgotten cannot exist when it comes to judgments of the Court.

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