India’s Supreme Court has ruled that the country’s bio-metric identity scheme is constitutional and does not violate the right to privacy

  New Delhi: India’s Supreme Court has ruled that the country’s biometric identity scheme is constitutional and does not violate the right to privacy.  However the court limited the scope of the Aadhaar scheme, saying it could not be compulsory for bank accounts, mobile connections or school admissions. A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief… Read More India’s Supreme Court has ruled that the country’s bio-metric identity scheme is constitutional and does not violate the right to privacy