Mar 282011
 
 March 28, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Ram. K. Kaushik writes:

Data protection and privacy rights are becoming important day by day in India. India does not have any specific and dedicated data protection and privacy laws in India. As a matter of fact, privacy laws in India are missing.

On the contrary India is sternly committed to e-surveillance and other forms of privacy violation activities. Ironically, we do not have a lawful interception law in India and phone tapping and e-surveillance are committed in an unconstitutional manner in India.

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