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CIVIL LIBERTIES-Telephone Tapping

 CIVIL LIBERTIES Telephone Tapping THE recent disclosures in Britain about the prevalence of telephone tapping should prompt us to reflect on the law and practice in India of this vicious intrusion into privacy and individual liberty, Our standards in these matters are, of course, more lax. On May 19, Lord Gardiner, Lord Chancellor in the Labour Government from 1964 to 1970, said during the committee stage of the British Telecommunications Bill that on several occasions he decided that secret service agents might be taking an unhealthy interest in his private conversations.

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