“There is no proof that the CCTV Camera is directed towards the house of Respondent 2, and it is merely a suspicion. Further, there is no proof that the petitioners/accused had contacted Respondent 2 to foster a personal relationship.”
“Preserving the sanctity of a court as a space where justice is administered and the rule of law upheld being non-negotiable, it is critical that judicial institutions take comprehensive steps to safeguard the well-being of all stakeholders.”
Addressing a petition for protection of privacy against neighbour's CCTV surveillance camera, Kerala High Court calls State Police Chief to bring appropriate guidelines for CCTV camera installation.
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