Last three decades, snooping is constant, modes changed
Fresh controversy over alleged use of spyware Pegasus for snooping purposes may have scratched open a old malaise that has festered due to successive governments' irresistible desire for illegal interception of telephones for decades despite the Supreme Court in 1996 laying down unambiguous and stringent guidelines to curb unauthorised surveillance.
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