right to privacy

  1. CCG on the Privacy Judgment

    Written by the Civil Liberties team at CCG A 9 judge bench of the Supreme Court of India passed a landmark judgment two weeks ago, which unanimously recognized the right to privacy as a fundamental right under the Constitution of India. The Court found the right to privacy to… Read More

  2. CCG analyses on the Criminal Defamation ruling

    Written by Nakul Nayak Since the Supreme Court’s May 13th ruling on the constitutionality of criminal defamation laws in India, CCG has come out with two op-eds on the shortcomings of the judgment. In today’s Indian Express, Chinmayi Arun (Executive Director of CCG) raises important questions surrounding the implications of… Read More

  3. List of Petitions Tagged in the Aadhaar Matter

    By Sarvjeet Singh & Joshita Pai The Supreme Court has referred the issues of Aadhar and the larger issue of the right to privacy to a constitutional bench. The Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi has been tracking the case and is collecting various documents relating… Read More

  4. Aadhar case: Ready Reckoner

    By Shrutanjaya Bhardwaj Date Summary Links 23 September 2013 The Supreme Court issued an interim order saying that Aadhaar card is not mandatory. It observed that: “No person should suffer for not getting the Aadhaar card in spite of the fact that some authority had issued a circular making… Read More

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