Indian Court Rules on Online Medical Tourism Content
May 18, 2017
(IMTJ) – The Supreme Court of India says that customers have the right to be informed about medical tourism. Google the phrase “Medical tourism in India” and you get thousands of hits. A recent judgement by the Supreme Court of India says that customers have the right to be informed about medical tourism and that no carrier such as Microsoft, Google or Yahoo has any authority to remove what some may regard as questionable or illegal content. A lawyer had claimed that among search results for “Medical tourism in India” there were websites that illegally advertise gender determination. The court agreed that this was true but that they already have law under which illegal adverts can be dealt with.