Supreme Court today said it cannot pass any order against the US government and its agencies for snooping on Internet data from India as it has no jurisdiction over them.
The SC on Wednesday agreed to give an urgent hearing to a PIL on the issue of US National Security Agency snooping on Internet data from India.
The issue of the US National Security Agency monitoring internet data of India on Tuesday reached the Supreme Court.
India on Wednesday decided to lodge an official protest with US over reports that networks in India were being tracked by the American intelligence which used a secret data-mining programme to monitor worldwide internet data.
Transparency and accessibility of data is important for the Internet to thrive in the future, Bob Kahn, co-founder of the Internet, said today.
Day in Pics: 25th November
Showbiz World - November 25, 2014