Right to Privacy: Govt says informational privacy is not fundamental right; Aadhaar already protects privacy

Fourth day of hearing before the Constitution bench

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    The False Promise of Biometrics in India - The New York Times
  2. State continues to claim privacy is a vague social concept and can't be upheld in face of right to life of other people who benefit from Aadhaar. Attorney General claims informational privacy is not fundamental right even in US. Judges say that's when there are legitimate state interest involved. Robust data protection measures are needed. Read about previous hearings on goimonitor.com
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