User: gibreelferishta Topic: PrivacyIndia
Category: Surveillance
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An audience favourite across countries 9.8.2017 Hindu: Athletics
Versions of Bigg Boss have been screened in 54 countries
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Kerala bats for right to privacy 6.8.2017 Hindu: Kerala
Vital to protect private domains, personal intimacies, LDF govt. tells SC
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Aadhaar's use of intimate personal data reignites debate on right to privacy being fundamental or not 31.7.2017 India Today | February 13, 2012
While the Supreme Court is going to revisit its 1954 and 1962 rulings, central government believes the right to privacy is not a fundamental one but a common law right.
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The lowdown on the right to privacy 29.7.2017 Hindu: National
What is it?A definite legal definition of ‘privacy’ is not available. Some legal experts tend to define privacy as a human right enjoyed by every human being by virtue of his or her existence. It depe...
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Noticed objectionable content on WhatsApp, unable to take action: Govt 28.7.2017 Latest News
Since messages are encrypted end-to-end and no-third party can access them, it was helpless
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1 bn videos, 55 bn messages a day: WhatsApp gets a boost from design revamp 27.7.2017 Latest News
Monthly active users are over 1.3 billion and it supports 60 languages globally
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Apps on mobiles expand 'privacy' debate exponentially 24.7.2017 ET: Software
During the ongoing debate over right to privacy, the SC bench realised that Indians are a soft target of the apps which commercially exploit the information by analysing metadata.
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Phone apps expand ‘privacy’ debate exponentially 24.7.2017 TOI: Home
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Know how Snap Map is simplifying surveillance 23.7.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Contrary to the rising privacy and safety concerns for people posed by photo-sharing app Snapchat's Snap Map feature that allows certain users to track down your exact location, a study has argued that this feature is beneficial.
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Govt has been speaking in two tongues on right to privacy: Reetika Khera 22.7.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
I don't think the Supreme Court will let us down, Khera said in an interview
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Spyware merchants: The risks of outsourcing government hacking 21.7.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Govt tries to bypass encryption, spyware tech rely on inherent weaknesses of our digital ecosystem
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Silicon Valley mostly quiet in internet surveillance debate in Congress 19.7.2017 Sify Finance
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Privacy a fundamental right? Here are 5 concerns with Aadhaar 19.7.2017 News
A centralised and inter-linked database like Aadhaar will lead to profiling and self-censorship
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Silicon Valley mostly quiet in internet surveillance debate in Congress 19.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-INTELLIGENCE/ (CORRECTED, PIX):REFILE-Silicon Valley mostly quiet in internet surveillance debate in Congress
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Silicon Valley mostly quiet in internet surveillance debate in Congress 19.7.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc's Google, Apple Inc and other major technology firms are largely absent from a debate over the renewal of a broad U. S. internet surveillance law, weakening prospects for privacy reforms that would further protect customer data, according to sources familiar with the matter.
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SC's nine judge to decide if right to privacy fundamental right 18.7.2017 deccanherald.com
The Supreme Court on Tuesday referred to a nine-judge bench to determine if right to privacy is a fundamental right under our Constitution. A five-judge bench presided over by Chief Justice JS Khehar took into record submission by Attorney General KK Venugopal who contended that our founding fathers decided not to include this particular right in the Constitution after recognising other rights. The crucial issue concerning right to privacy of citizens has arisen by a group of Aadhaar challengers. They contended that it violated their right to privacy and made the country as a surveillance state. On Tuesday as the five-judge bench took up the matter, Venugopal cited eight-judge bench decision in M P Sharma Vs Satish Chand (1950) and six-judge bench judgement in Kharag Singh Vs State of UP (1962) to claim that it has been held that there is no such fundamental right. "We are of the view that the issue deserves to be placed before a nine-judge bench," CJI Khehar said. The court said that the nine-judge ...
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U.S. appeals court upholds gag orders on FBI data surveillance 18.7.2017 DNA: Evolutions
A U. S. federal appeals court on Monday upheld nondisclosure rules that allow the FBI to secretly issue surveillance orders for customer data to communications firms, a ruling that dealt a blow to privacy advocates.
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U.S. appeals court upholds gag orders on FBI data surveillance 18.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-SURVEILLANCE/ (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-U.S. appeals court upholds gag orders on FBI data surveillance
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U.S. appeals court upholds nondisclosure rules for surveillance orders 17.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-SURVEILLANCE/:U.S. appeals court upholds nondisclosure rules for surveillance orders
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U.S. appeals court upholds nondisclosure rules for surveillance orders 17.7.2017 DNA: Evolutions
A U. S. federal appeals court on Monday upheld nondisclosure rules that allow the FBI to secretly issue surveillance orders for customer data to communications firms, a ruling that dealt a blow to privacy advocates.
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