Dec 272018
 
 December 27, 2018  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

AKANKSHA JAIN…

Is the evidence in the form of an audio-video recording of a private telephonic conversation collected in violation of a person’s fundamental right to privacy (after the Supreme Court’s Privacy judgment) by planting a recorder in the bedroom of that person admissible in a Family Court?

A Delhi court has answered the question in affirmative.

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