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Protection of Life and Personal Liberty- Article 21 of the Constitution

 

• 2017 (8) TMI 938 – Supreme Court in Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd.), and Another Versus Union Of India And Others

• Right to life and personal liberty under Article 21, privacy is not an absolute right.

• Privacy has both positive and negative content.

The negative content restrains the state from committing an intrusion upon the life and personal liberty of a citizen.

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Its positive content imposes an obligation on the state to take all necessary measures to protect the privacy of the individual.Protection of Life and Personal Liberty- Article 21 of the Constitution

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