Right to Privacy

Right to Privacy
Right to Privacy


It was in 1978, when in Smt. Maneka Gandhi Vs Union of India, the Supreme Court of India interpreted Article 21 of Indian Constitution, elaborating its meaning and including the concept of ‘Dignity’ considering it as an essential for human life. This time again the Supreme Court re-interpreted the same article broadening the meaning of ‘Dignity’ by including the notion of ‘Privacy’ to it. This changes our way of understanding a number of perspectives of Right to Life in India. However, the court also considers that ‘Right to Privacy’ is not above national security, hence altering a number of our understanding.

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