On 24 August 2017, the landmark Right to Privacy judgement was passed by the Supreme Court of India, in which a 9 judge bench unanimously held that privacy was a fundamental right under the Indian Constitution.
Every year, IFF commemorates the anniversary of this judgement via Privacy Supreme, a flagship event to celebrate and critically appraise this watershed moment in Indian constitutional history and its value in the current context — especially at a time when privacy is being challenged in an extraordinary manner on all counts: informational, digital, bodily, and more.
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Privacy and Pegasus - A Global Appraisal
Anubha Bhonsle will be chatting with Ron Deibert! Join in the conversation, as they talk about the booming surveillance industry, the Pegasus spyware attacks, its trajectory and everything in between.
Privacy and Pegasus - View from India
Discuss the implications of the recent Pegasus leaks on your fundamental Right to Privacy with MP Shashi Tharoor and journalist Mitali Mukherjee!
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