Thursday, 24 August 2017

Indian court rules privacy a 'fundamental right' in battle over national ID cards | World news | The Guardian

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View more sharing options Shares 42 Michael Safi in Delhi @safimichael Thursday 24 August 2017 10.01 BST First published on Thursday 24 August 2017 07.15 BST India’s top court has unanimously declared that privacy is a fundamental right, in a landmark judgment that could derail the world’s largest biometric identity card scheme.

From Indian court rules privacy a 'fundamental right' in battle over national ID cards | World news | The Guardian

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