India responds to WhatsApp, says no intention to violate right of privacy6 min read . Updated: 26 May 2021, 05:56 PM IST
- 'No Fundamental Right, including the Right to Privacy, is absolute and it is subject to reasonable restrictions,' says govt
- IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad states that none of the measures proposed by India will impact WhatsApp's functioning in any manner whatsoever
The Indian government on Wednesday said that it respects the "Right of Privacy" and has no intention to violate it when WhatsApp is required to disclose the origin of a particular message.
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