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State of Surveillance: Who controls the data collected from CCTVs in the capital?

The proposal to install CCTV cameras across the capital has become the latest flashpoint between the AAP government, which links the project to safety, and the Lt- Governor, who has flagged privacy concerns and made a pitch for standard operating procedures. At the centre of debate is a key question: Who controls the data collected from these CCTVs?

Capital will get 1.4 lakh CCTVs in a year: Police to Delhi HC

The bench directed the government to place before it the timeline and manner in which CCTV cameras will be installed across the capital by December 20, the next date of hearing.


Delhi: DCW notice on ‘delay’ in CCTVs riles Home dept

The notice, signed by DCW chief Swati Maliwal, was sent on October 23. The commission has initiated a probe into the delay, despite the Delhi Cabinet’s approval to the project a month ago.

Delhi HC concerned over lack of functional CCTV around India Gate circle

The bench issued the directions after receiving a letter from an AIIMS physiotherapist, claiming that on the night of June 28 a speeding vehicle had come towards his car from the opposite direction near India Gate circle forcing him to stop.

AAP says free to reject L-G panel on CCTVs

“It is a PWD project. The L-G took the decision when he was still under the impression that he was the constitutional authority. But after the SC order, the report doesn't stand. The government is free to reject the report, Saurabh Bhardwaj said.

Chief Secretary assault case: CCTV cameras at Arvind Kejriwal's residence lagged by 40 minutes that night, says forensic report

The police have questioned Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 11 AAP lawmakers present at the meeting.


CCTV confirms toddler killed by 11-year-old: Cops

Around 8 pm Monday, there had been a power cut in Bisrakh police station area. Police said the two-year-old was playing near her house at the time. When electricity supply was restored half-an-hour later, the girl was nowhere to be seen. 

Students miffed as Aligarh college installs CCTV in men’s toilet

The administration of Dharam Samaj Degree College has installed CCTV cameras in each of the three men’s bathrooms in one of its building where LLB, BBA and BCA exams are underway for male students. The move was aimed at checking cheating.

Aligarh: College students protest installation of CCTV cameras in men's loo

The students deemed the move as ''unacceptable"and "intrusive", while the college authorities said that security cameras have been placed to discourage acts of cheating inside washrooms.

Three years after promise, Delhi to get 1.4 lakh CCTVs at Rs 272 crore

After the outrage following the December 16, 2012, gangrape, AAP, which was then in its nascent stage, had promised a network of cameras in the city and this became a key electoral promise before 2015.