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India: Privacy in peril
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K. RAMESH BABU The police browsing case details using the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Technology in Hyderabad.

The danger of mass surveillance in India is for real. The absence of a regulating law is damning for Indians who want to protect their privacy against the juggernaut of state and private surveillance. By BHAIRAV ACHARYA


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Volume: 31
Issue: 15
Issue Date: 08-08-2014

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