The Supreme Court of India has issued notice to the Home ministry, which challenges an order that gives powers to 10 agencies for conducting surveillance for 4 public interest litigation were filed against the order, stating that the order violates section 69 of Information technology act and privacy rights.
Shreya Singhal in the petition filed said that the order provides snooping powers based on section 69 of IT act and that this is totally opposing the fundamental rights. Another petitioner Amit Sahni's petition challenged the December 20 order according to which 10 intelligence agencies were given powers to decrypt, monitor and intercept data on devices.
After rising concerns over data safety and privacy, the Supreme Court of India has today issued a notice to the government, asking for them to submit an explanation within a period of 6 weeks.
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