It is so paradoxical that the Supreme Court which always tries to keep a check over every other organ/institution/body under the Constitution has been questioned for failing to apply the same discipline to its own administrative decisions.
The Delhi High Court has granted interim relief to a bengali actress aggrieved with explicit videos uploaded over net, while saying “right to privacy” includes “right to be forgotten” and “Right to be left alone”
The Delhi High Court on Thursday heard a plea seeking protection of Right to Privacy and Right to Fair Trial filed by Disha Ravi, a climate change activist and accused in the Toolkit case, seeking direction to the police against leaking any information to the media in relation
The plaintiff contended that since there is an ongoing CBI investigation in the death of SSR, the fictitious portrayal of the circumstances surrounding his death will prejudice the case of the Plaintiff.
The petitioners submitted that the Church is forcing the members to mandatorily confess and make payment of dues. Such practices done in church, are of public nature, affecting human dignity and liberty of thought.
Memories on the net are written in indelible ink. However much you want to forget and move on, even with laws permitting it, data is always available in some corner on the Internet, waiting to do damage.
In a laudable move, the Madhya Pradesh High Court has said that producing suspects before the media is violative of Article 21 of the Constitution as unless he is convicted, his innocence has to be presumed.
In 2017, the SC fast-delivered one of the most important judgments, asserting that the right to privacy is a fundamental right. Now, amid a raging pandemic, there is a perceptible difference in the way individual privacy is treated by authorities at large, and once again, the matter has gone to court.