Criminal Procedure Identification Bill raises fears of surveillance in India

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India’s current prison law – the Identification of Prisoners Act, 1920 – allows the police to collect only photographs, fingerprint and footprint impressions. But it limits this to those who have been convicted, are out on bail, or those charged with offences punishable with rigorous imprisonment of one year.

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