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Data protection part of Fundamental Right to Life: Centre to SC

During the hour-long hearing, senior advocate Kapil Sibal argued that his client employed end-to-end encryption and has no scope of interference by a third party. The court has scheduled the case for..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Centre to SC: Will come out with a regulatory regime for data protection

The Centre today told the Supreme Court that it will come out with a regulatory regime for data protection, asserting that data involved fundamental rights of individuals. This submission was made..
All India Radio Also reported by •Zee News

Privacy of personal data part of right to life: Centre to SC

A week after saying that privacy was a ‘common law right’, the Centre on Friday emphatically told the Supreme Court that privacy of personal data of internet and social network users is embedded in..
IndiaTimes

Doesn't support any vigilantism: Centre to SC

The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that it could not be held responsible for growing number of incidents of people resorting to mob violence in the name of cow vigilantism and it was for the..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNA

Will come out with regulatory regime for data protection, data fundamental right of individuals: Centre to SC

The Centre today told the Supreme Court that it will come out with a regulatory regime for data protection, asserting that data involved fundamental rights of individuals.
DNA Also reported by •Zee News

Regulatory regime for data protection: Centre to SC

The Centre today told the Supreme Court that it will come out with a regulatory regime for data protection, asserting that data involved fundamental rights of individuals.
DNA

Right to privacy not a fundamental right: Centre to SC

The Centre today submitted in the Supreme Court that right to privacy cannot fall in the bracket of fundamental rights as there are binding decisions of larger benches that it is only a common law..
DNA

Not for giving another chance to exchange old notes: Centre to SC

The apex court had said that people should not lose their own money for no fault of theirs.
Rediff.com

Process to bring in DNA profiling bill has begun: Centre to SC

A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra and comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and M M Shantanagoudar was informed by Additional Solicitor General P S Narasimha that the process to bring in the measure..
DNA

US-based private body helping India curb child porn: Centre to SC

The Centre has told the Supreme Court that it is taking the help of a US-based private body, which gives technical details on uploading of child porn to 99 countries, to curb the menace in India.
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Sending 4 more CRPF cos to Darjeeling, Kalimpong: Centre to SC

Attorney General K K Venugopal told the bench, which also comprised A M Khanwilkar and M M Shantanagoudar, that the Calcutta High Court has today asked the government to deploy four additional..
DNA

Plea against UID reflects elitist bias: Centre to SC

The Centre argued that 'human rights' which traditionally means protecting individual freedom against state intrusion required a radical revision.
IndiaTimes

No Aadhaar, no sops after June 30: Centre to SC

The government clarified that only those who could not register under Aadhaar by June 30 because of lack of registration facilities in their areas would continue to get benefits, but not others who had..
IndiaTimes

Can’t extend deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar with schemes: Centre to SC

The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court the deadline of June 30 for mandatory linking of Aadhaar with various social welfare schemes could not be extended anymore. The next hearing by a two-judge..
IndiaTimes


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