Indian Supreme Court rules that individual privacy is a fundamental right. Another jurisdiction acknowledges a right to privacy… but still not Australia

The Indian Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision of Justice K S Puttaswamy (Retd) & anor v Union of India & ors, has today found that individual privacy is a fundamental right. It is a comprehensive decision running to 547 pages and 5 years in gestation. Even so India has recognised such a right ahead of Australia. Read More