Theory that there cannot be prior restraint of media stands diluted after Privacy ruling, Madras HCMay 19 2018
In an order passed earlier this week, the Madras High Court cited the right to privacy - as laid down in the Justice KS Puttaswamy case - to restrain a media house from publishing articles touching upon the private life of Kanimozhi Karunanidhi.
Justice R Subramanian based his ruling, inter alia¸ on the ground that,
“The theory that there cannot be . . .
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