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Status of Policing in India Report 2023: Surveillance and the Question of Privacy

The Status of Policing Report in India 2023 (SPIR) was released on 31 March in New Delhi by Common Cause and Lokniti-Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. SPIR 2023 study explores public opinions and experiences regarding digital surveillance in India. Recent developments, such as the Supreme Court's recognition of the right to privacy and discussions surrounding data protection, have intensified debates around privacy and surveillance. The study also considers...

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Privacy, consent, data — what Delhi govt ignores when giving parents live classroom footage -Trishee Goyal Arvind Kejriwal's Delhi govt needs to conduct a privacy assessment and find out what value does live streaming of classrooms add to children’s security. The Delhi government’s decision to give parents access to live video footage of classrooms is worrisome. Although use of CCTV and biometric based technologies is increasing across schools in various states, the decision to livestream classroom proceedings takes the use of these technologies a step further. In...

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Body Of Bihar Journalist, RTI Activist Found Burned, Tossed By Roadside -Manish Kumar CCTV footage shows Buddhinath Jha leaving home at 9.58 pm on Tuesday, wearing a yellow scarf around his neck; he walks past a police station and is not seen again Patna: The body of a 22-year-old journalist and RTI activist, who was kidnapped four days ago, was found on Friday evening - burned and tossed by the roadside - near a village in Bihar's Madhubani district. Buddhinath Jha, alias Avinash Jha, was...

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Not just CCTV & invigilators, CBSE will use data analytics to identify cheating in exams -Kritika Sharma This will be in addition to the use of CCTV surveillance and external invigilators for the purpose. The practice will start with the upcoming board exams for classes 10 and 12. New Delhi: Starting with the upcoming board examinations for classes 10 and 12, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) wants to use not just CCTV surveillance and external invigilators, but also data analytics to identify malpractice and cheating at...

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CCTV Of Jharkhand Judge's Murder Spurs Outrage, Raised In Supreme Court -A Vaidyanathan, Manish Kumar and Sukirti Dwivedi Jharkhand judge's death: Chief Justice NV Ramana said the Jharkhand High Court "has taken up the issue and the case is now on". Dhanbad, Jharkhand: The death of a judge in Jharkhand on Wednesday in what was initially believed to be a hit-and-run has taken a chilling turn with security footage of the incident leading to a murder investigation. As the killing generated shock and rage, Chief Justice of India NV...

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