Is the government toying with privacy? | Ravi Shankar Prasad on Frankly Speaking

Ravi Shankar Prasad, electronics and information technology minister, talks to Navika Kumar about the privacy policy of the social media platforms and the controversy which has erupted behind it. WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, filed a lawsuit in the Delhi High Court on May 25 challenging the updated restrictions requiring social media services to 'track' the origin of specific messages. He says that a terrorist or a criminal does not have a right of privacy. Only in a case of an offense committed by a already publically circulated WhatsApp message of violence against India or any other social abuse can you use that. Listen in!