Does sharing Google PIN location as bail condition violate privacy? Supreme Court seeks Google's assistance

The top court was dealing with an appeal against a High Court order directing a Nigerian national to drop a PIN on Google Maps to share his location with the authorities as a condition for bail in a drugs case.
Supreme Court and Delhi map
Supreme Court and Delhi map

The Supreme Court has directed Google India to explain how its PIN location-sharing feature on Google Maps works, to examine whether it would violate the right to privacy when an accused person is made to share such details as a condition for bail [Frank Vitus vs Narcotics Control Bureau and ors].

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