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Conflict and Scope of Fundamental Right to Privacy: Who’s Watching You?

fundamental right to privacy

The challenge to the fundamental right to privacy presents itself as an excuse to safeguard ambiguous threats and interests. Between this or that and ‘public interest’ or ‘individual privacy, the fundamental right gets neglected. Thus, these ambiguities often favour the state and its negotiation of rights instead of individuals. Shiv Chhatrala and Saloni Pradhan write about the changing meaning and conception of the right to privacy.


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