Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Internet Privacy and Bangladesh Constitution

Internet Privacy and Bangladesh Constitution
Dr. Zulfiquar Ahmed
Article 43 of Bangladesh Constitution.
Protection of home and correspondence.
Every citizen shall have the right, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interests of the security of the State, public order, public morality or public health-
(a) to be secured in his home against entry, search and seizure; and
(b) to the privacy of his correspondence and other means of communication.

[Dr.Zulfiquar Ahmed is as Associate Professor, Department of Law & Justice, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.]

2 comments: said...

Dear Sir,

Could you please inform me about the book "CYBER LAW IN BANGLADESH". Is there any e-book version? Where can I buy this book? I need this book immediately.

Thank you

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