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Do you think your Phone is Being Tracked? Ask TRAI

Do you think your Phone is Being Tracked? Ask TRAI

Many phone users in India feel that their phones are being tracked. It is evident that more than 70% of the phone and other electronic device users are smart enough to know that their phone is being tracked, say experts. According to recent surveillance which was initiated by the government it showed that quite a high number of citizens fear that their phone is being tapped. In the past, there was no way of knowing if it’s true or not. But now TRAI aka Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has provided citizens with a solution. You can contact TRAI and ask them yourself if your device is being tapped.

Under the Act that was set in 2005 called the Right to Information Act will allow all citizens to question TRAI. The move was initiated by Delhi High Court, which said any organizations or agency are not given permission to invade any of the mobile phone users in India. TRAI had contended that the info that is sought by Bose is not a part of the record it holds, that makes it not obligated to furnish the required information. But Delhi HC upheld the CIC’s request. Further asked TRAI to furnish the information and this is for all those users in India who really feel their confidential details might go in the wrong hands.

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