Aug 102015
 August 10, 2015  Laws, Non-U.S.

Amba Salelkar, a lawyer, has a op-ed about privacy in India. It begins:

We live in troubled times. On July 22, the Attorney General of India categorically asserted there is no fundamental right to privacy in India. On August 6, a hotel was raided on the outskirts of Mumbai in which 40 couples were rounded up, beaten, and ultimately fined for “indecent public behaviour”. They were at best having sexual intercourse as consenting adults in the privacy of their own rooms.

This is no strange incident. In colleges, couples constantly obsess over this possibility. This is why there is a particular code of conduct that unmarried, heterosexual couples are used to following.

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