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If India was in EU, Aadhaar would have been exempted from GDPR.. Supreme Court needs to ponder..

Currently GDPR and Aadhaar are both hot subjects for discussion amongst professionals whether they are Privacy activists, Information Security professionals or Lawyers. GDPR is at one end of the spectrum often looked upon by Privacy activists as the ultimate in … Continue reading

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Aadhaar case is a fight between honest citizens of India and the Benami property and Black Money owners

In the case of Justice Loya’s death due to heart attack, many senior advocates like Mr Dushyant Dave and Indira Jaisingh as well as politicians like Mr Rahul Gandhi are complaining that an enquiry needs to be ordered under the … Continue reading

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Is Aadhaar controversy behind the Judicial uprising?

The 4 judges who held an unprecedented press conference which many agreed has tarnished the image of Judiciary in India stated that their “Irreconcilable disagreement with the CJI” was based on the allocation of cases to different benches which was … Continue reading

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What “We the people” say on Judge’s Controversy

The Four judges of Supreme Court who recently held a press conference appealed to the public through the media with a request ‘please take care of the institution and take care of the nation’. The judges namely Justices Chelamaeshwar, Rajan Gogoi, Madan … Continue reading

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Right to Privacy should cease at death

At a time when India is debating a new law on Data Protection, an interesting question has been raised  before the Supreme Court about the “Right of Privacy” and whether it extends beyond death. The recent judgement of a 9 … Continue reading

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