May 082015
 May 8, 2015  Posted by  Govt, Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

The Times of India reports:

Responding to a query in Parliament, the government on Thursday said details of the Right to Privacy Bill are yet to be finalized. The government was quizzed on whether intelligence agencies had asked to be kept out of the bill’s purview.


Intelligence agencies have reportedly sought a blanket exemption from the ambit of the Right to Privacy Bill, 2014, a proposed law which imposes heavy costs and punishment for intrusion into a citizen’s privacy or leakage of personal details.

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