Courts cannot order accused to share Google pin location as condition for bail: Supreme Court

The police cannot peep into an accused person's private life for bail, the Court said.
Supreme Court, Google Maps
Supreme Court, Google Maps

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that it is not permissible for courts to order an accused to share his Google PIN location with the authorities as a condition for the grant of bail [Frank Vitus v. Narcotics Control Bureau and Ors].

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