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    Kerala High Court mandates removal of woman’s image from online media, stating ‘Privacy is essential for dignity’

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    The Kerala High Court has emphasized the importance of privacy and human dignity in a recent case. The court ordered the removal of images of a woman victim in an immoral trafficking case that were uploaded on various online media platforms. The court stated that privacy is a constitutional value and that it ensures dignity for individuals. The woman had filed a plea claiming that her name, images, identity, and other details were published online after being deemed a victim in the case by the police. She faced cyber-attacks and humiliation due to the exposure. The court directed the state police chief to take action and remove the images of the petitioner from online media platforms. The next hearing for the case will be on Tuesday.

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