Guidelines for search and seizure of digital devices a must under right to privacy, Supreme Court says
Supreme Court directs Union to frame guidelines for search and seizure of digital devices by investigative agencies
7th Nov 2023More
DESK BRIEF: Recently, it seems that the prescriptive aspect of Article 19 is only a poetic indulgence when faced with media rights
7th Oct 2023More
The Supreme Court quashed the broadcast ban placed on MediaOne TV and cautioned the Union against sealed cover submissions.
5th Apr 2023More
DESK BRIEF: The intended impact of the SC's relatively ambiguous Order remains unclear.
12th May 2022More
A three-Judge Bench stayed the Malayalam channel's ban, permitting it to resume operations until the Court reaches a final verdict.
15th Mar 2022More
Amidst concerns of national security, the Supreme Court shall next hear the challenge to MediaOne TV's ban on March 15th.
10th Mar 2022More
We covered cases the SC heard in December, reviewed the key judgments of 2021, and engaged with the cases that the Court will hear in 2022.
8th Jan 2022More
The Supreme Court in 2022 is poised to address key questions on reservations, terror, and freedom of the press.
31st Dec 2021More
We review the SC's most significant judgments in 2021.
29th Dec 2021More
The Court recognised that press freedom and privacy were allies and that the fear of surveillance is an ‘assault’ on the press.
21st Dec 2021More
The Supreme Court addressed a plethora of possible threats to the freedom of speech and expression of the press this year.
20th Dec 2021More