Why Supreme Court's verdict on privacy will resonate far beyond Aadhaar
Anusha Soni | August 03,2017
We need to watch if data protection is brought under the domain of privacy or not.
It was also informed to the Supreme Court that a specialised committee has been formed to look into the issue of data protection. The Centre has aggressively batted for the privacy debate to be looked into the context of Aadhaar. It remains debatable whether data protection would be covered under the right to privacy or it would be taken as a standalone aspect which can only be subject to statutory protection.
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