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Aadhaar SC hearing ends, respondents argue not all aspects of privacy should be protected under Constitution
Supreme Court reserves judgement. Final judgement should be out before August 27 when Chief Justice of India Jagdish Singh Khehar retires.
Aadhaar SC hearing: Constitution may protect one’s data but not one’s privacy, argues State of Maharashtra
The SC hearings on right to privacy will continue today (August 2) and it is quite likely to be the final day of arguments in court.
On Day 4, the counsels for Centre and State of Maharashtra doubled down on arguments made against SC locating “right to privacy” as a fundamental right.
Aadhaar hearing: Centre tries to convince a skeptical SC that Indians don’t need fundamental right to privacy
Day 3 of Aadhaar SC hearing: Centre, petitioners diverge on place of fundamental right to privacy in Constitution.
On Thursday, the arguments proceeded along similar lines as Wednesday; the hearings will continue for at least another day, if not two more.
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