Algorithms of social media platforms should not violate fundamental rights: Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar
The remarks by the Minister of State for IT come amid allegations of Facebook's system and algorithms fuelling hate speech and fake news.
Person cannot be denied right to reside, move freely throughout country on flimsy grounds: Supreme Court
The top court said that the drastic action of externment should only be taken in exceptional cases to maintain law and order.
Seen in this context, the CJI’s comment that the mere right to change the ruler once in five years is no guarantee against tyranny of the elected assumes importance.
The court will have to decide if it is proportionate to violate the privacy of everyone to identify one sender of a message,” wrote Pahwa.
There can be no compromise with the citizen's fundamental rights, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said at a function organised by the apex court to celebrate Constitution Day.