Dedicated to the Right to Privacy

Given the state of Privacy these days. Nothing is private. No matter what you do, your friends your family, yourself, knowingly or unknowingly will divulge all of your information.

Recently, Supreme Court of India ruled privacy a right, throwing ID cards into doubt
It ruled that individual privacy is a fundamental right, a verdict that could derail the world’s largest biometric ID card programme now under way called Aadhar Card.

Here is a stab at what privacy is today!!

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Your passwords and secret questions are not secret anymore. Anyone can make those out using your social posts. Surveillance videos etc. Talk about any country, United States, United Kingdom or India. Every single place.

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