First published on Bar & Bench Like it or not, we are all part of various WhatsApp groups. In fact, nearly all of us are in more groups than we’d prefer. From project groups to […]
By Bharat Chugh.  First published one SCC Online Blog here. On the legality of compelling an accused to disclose his smartphone/laptop password, or open his phone through face-scan, or fingerprint and the constitutional protection against […]
A Guest Post by the very articulate lawyer Siddharth Shivakumar. First published on his blog ‘Quoting The Courts‘, accessible here. Here goes: The recent Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 […]
An interesting guest post by the very talented Shreyash Sharma (4th Year, National Law University Odisha) & Gultash Guron (Final Year, Campus Law Centre Delhi) where they examine a rather vexed question relating to the scope of the protection against self incrimination in the context of phone passcodes (face scans, finger prints) and the fundamental right to privacy.
are lawyers and judges facing an unprecedented existential crisis; in other words: What really is the future of the legal profession?
Issues How to prove an email in a court case ?; What is the manner in which a voice/video recording is to be led before the court and proved in evidence ?; How to prove […]