Public Figures Are Just That

Forbes, Steve
November 2007
Forbes Asia;11/26/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 20, p16
The author reflects on the decision of the High Court in New Delhi in India that "Forbes" magazine did not invaded the privacy of Indu Jain, chairman of Bennett, Coleman & Co., when she was included in the magazine's list of India's 40 Richest. He states that the suit was certainly an eyebrow-raiser. He adds that while Indian courts have previously grappled with privacy claims against the government, this is among the first to address a privacy claim against the media and is likely to shape the course of India's privacy law in the years to come.


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