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- In the intro, mention the recent Delhi High Court judgement about removal of its own judgment from the internet to honour the right to be forgotten of a person.
- In the body, mention the 2017 judgement by the Supreme Court recognising the right to be forgotten of the person as a part of right to privacy, in the next part, mention the issue related to implementation such as limits due to countervailing rights such as right to free speech, whether the content serves the public purpose, concept of fair criticism and accountability etc.
- Conclude by mentioning the need to strike the balance between privacy and public interest.