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Privacy means “the condition or state of being free from public attention to intrusion inter or interference with one's acts or decisions. Right to Privacy means Right to personal autonomy. Right of a person and person's property to be free from unwarranted public scrutiny or exposure.
A nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar, in K.S. Puttaswamy case ruled on August 24, 2017, that the Right to Privacy is a fundamental right for Indian citizens under the Constitution of India under Article 21.
Issues with right to privacy:
Conclusion: Right to privacy is an essential component of right to life and personal liberty under Article 21. Right of privacy may, apart from contract, also arise out of a particular specific relationship, which may be commercial, matrimonial or even political. Right to privacy is not an absolute right; it is subject to reasonable restrictions for prevention of crime, disorder or protection of health or morals or protection of rights and freedom of others. Where there is a conflict between two derived rights, the right which advances public morality and public interest prevails.
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