Privacy

NCRB Proposes Automated Facial Recognition

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has released a Request for Proposal for an Automated Facial Recognition System (AFRS) to be used by police officers across the country. How Automated Facial Recognition System Works? The AFRS will maintain a large database with photos and videos of peoples faces. Whenever there is a need to identify ..

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Right to be Forgotten : Indian Scenario

In the digital era of 21st century access to information is quick and procuring personal information of an individual is easier. This can give rise to various challenges which can compromise the privacy, security and dignity of an Individual. As a result the concept of Right to be forgotten has become more relevant. Right to ..

What are Annotations in Google Analytics?

Annotations in Google Analytics enable anyone to either comment or even add notes referring to specific dates and events. It also enables marking of specific dates on Google Analytics. Annotations on the interface have many customised privacy options like the choice between note to the public or shared with all the users of Google Analytics ..

Right to Privacy Bill 2014 : Current Status

Currently, the Right to Privacy in midst of drafting. The first such draft came in 2011 and the current bill is Right to Privacy Bill 2014. This bill recognizes the Right to Privacy as a part of Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. The objective of this bill would be to protect individuals against misuse ..

Media Trial and Right to Privacy

The media trial has been alleged to violate the Fundamental Right secured by Article 21 (right to life and liberty) of an individual. The argument supporting this says that during media trial, not only the suspects and accused but also the victims suffer from excessive publicity and invasion of their privacy rights. When the media ..

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