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PRIVACY: Supreme Court indicates Right to Privacy verdict in next one week; SC verdict on right to privacy may open a Pandora’s Box …

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Supreme Court indicates Right to Privacy verdict in next one week
Supreme Court verdict on right to privacy may open a Pandora’s Box
Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points
500 million accounts hacked, says Yahoo
Your kitchen appliances are watching you, security experts warn
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Supreme Court indicates Right to Privacy verdict in next one week

Economictimes.indiatimes.com
Aug 11, 2017 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today indicated it may deliver its verdict on whether right to privacy constitutes a fundamental right under the Constitution next week. 
A bench comprising Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud said by next week the judgement on the status of Right to Privacy could be pronounced. … Continue Reading

Supreme Court verdict on right to privacy may open a Pandora’s Box

Economictimes.indiatimes.com
July 30, 2017 

Soon after the Supreme Court’s return from its summer vacation, the Chief Justice of India constituted a bench of nine judges to decide a question that was long pending. The question is whether there is a fundamental right to privacy that is guaranteed by the Indian Constitution. The answer of the nine judge bench, to be delivered by August 27, will shape the Indian republic for decades to come. It will especially impact the relationship between the individual citizen and an overpowering state that asserts, as a matter of law, its right and ability to have a 360 degree, 24×7 view of every inhabitant of its territory. …

Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

Ndtv.com
July 20, 2017
NEW DELHI:  The right to privacy is not absolute and cannot be catalogued as it includes everything, a Supreme Court judge said on Wednesday. A nine-judge bench is revisiting the question of privacy 55 years after the Supreme Court decided that it is not a basic right for citizens. The decision of the judges is pivotal to petitions that challenge making the Aadhaar scheme mandatory for millions of Indians. …

Yahoo500 million accounts hacked, says Yahoo

Business-standard.com
September 23, 2016
Yahoo has confirmed that hackers stole information from at least 500 million user accounts in what it describes as a “state-sponsored” attack.
In a statement released on Thursday, Yahoo’s Chief Information Security Officer Bob Lord said that the information was stolen from the company’s network in late 2014, Fox News reported. …

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Your kitchen appliances are watching you, security experts warn

Smh.com.au 
Sep 02, 2016
Your fridge is getting so smart, security-software maker Kaspersky Lab thinks you probably shouldn’t trust it. …

More: Soon, smart refrigerators to help in shopping and planning meals

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Obscene act in pvt place no offence: Bombay HC   

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Mar 20, 2016
MUMBAI: Any obscene act in a private place causing no annoyance to others does not constitute offence, ruled the Bombay high court while recently quashing a complaint against 13 men who were arrested from a private party in a flat at Andheri (west). …

Violation of privacy through CCTV cameras rampant, say experts  

Business-standard.com
April 4, 2015
Blatant misuse of closed circuit TV (CCTV) cameras installed in retail shops, hotels and public places is a “de facto norm” in India, experts say. For the offence, cases of which are multiplying on a daily basis, one can take legal recourse under section 66E of the Information Technology Act, 2000. So far, however, there has been no reported conviction under the provision. …

How your ‘safe’ password may not actually be safe  

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Mar 26, 2015
TORONTO: Are you sure the password you created for your gmail or Facebook account strong enough? …

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