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Right to privacy doesn't end with person's death: Calcutta HC

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The Calcutta High Court has directed the police in Kolkata to immediately "withdraw" the WhatsApp messages and photographs of a deceased woman. Justice Moushumi Bhattacharya said: "The obligation assumes a higher moral ground since the deceased cannot defend oneself against any such unwarranted intrusion into her private space"
Published 4 months ago · Kolkata, India

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