What is the Indian law on privacy?
The Indian law on privacy is currently under the consideration of a court in Delhi and can be broadly divided into two categories — Right to privacy in a democratic country under Article 21 of the Constitution of India, which establishes the protection of rights based on Article 14 of the Constitution of India which prohibits arbitrary discrimination between citizens. Right to Information Act, the legal framework for the protection of the right to information in India, which was enacted on 1st September 2005 under Section 8 of the RTI Act of 2005, the guidelines under which the Central Information Commission of India operates, and under which the first case under the RTI Act was filed. In India, there are various legislations that protect the right to privacy, including and no.
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