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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Supreme Court of India rules on privacy rights of citizens, journalists, social activists Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy



In response to surveillance efforts by NSO Group’s “Pegasus” software, the Supreme Court of India ruled citizens have as much right to privacy as journalists or social activists, The Times of India reports. “Members of a civilized democratic society have a reasonable expectation of privacy. Privacy is not the singular concern of journalists or social activists. Every citizen of India ought to be protected against violations of privacy,” the ruling said. “It is this expectation which enables us to exercise our choices, liberties, and freedom.”
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