Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about the ‘Indian Telegraph Act, 1885’?
1. It governs the use of wired and wireless telegraphy, telephones, teletype, radio communications and digital data communications.
2. It allows the law enforcement agencies to monitor/intercept communications and tap phone lines without any specific approval from any executive and/or judicial organ of the state.
3. Under the Section 5(2) of the concerned act, the government can intercept messages in the ‘interests of the sovereignty and integrity of India’.
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