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 December 31, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Swati Deshpande reports:

This New Year’s eve, partying at clubs and hotels may not be so much fun if the Mumbai Police’s flying squads have their way and zoom in on your Gangnam-style moves.

Allowing police to film parties at hotels and clubs is nothing short of unauthorized violation of privacy of individuals, say legal experts. Former senior IPS officer-turned-lawyer Y P Singh said, “Any use of force by the police has to be sanctioned by law and filming of parties at a club would amount to use of force which has no sanctity of law.” The Bombay Police Act does not permit any such filming, he said.

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