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• Monday, November 25th, 2013

UN Draft Resolution On The Right To Privacy In The Digital AgeThe UN Draft Resolution on the Right to Privacy in the Digital Age is a significant development of the contemporary time as it intends to bring positive results for civil liberties protection in cyberspace.

This is of particular significance in the Indian context as India has already launched illegal and unconstitutional projects like Aadhar, central monitoring system, national intelligence grid (Natgrid), etc without any legal framework and parliamentary oversight.

Now when we have a chance to bring some sanity among the chaos created by the intelligence infrastructure of India, the intelligence agencies have pulled their sleeves to stall the proposed privacy bill.

Indian perspective regarding the proposed resolution is still not clear. However, keeping in mind the anti privacy inclinations of Indian government not much is expected from India at this stage.

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  1. [...] Indian perspective regarding the passed UN resolution is still not clear. However, keeping in mind the anti privacy inclinations of Indian government not much is expected from India at this stage. [...]