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Government Reviews Websites Block; Lifts Ban on Non-Porn Websites
Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad took a high-level review meeting on Tuesday, which was attended by IT Secretary R S Sharma and Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, among others. It was decided in the meeting that the ISPs would be immediately asked ...
 NDTV18 hours ago
Times of India
Govt backs down, asks ISPs to block only child porn
NEW DELHI: Within four days of banning 857 websites deemed to be pornographic and having been accused of moral policing for it, the government reversed the order on Tuesday, making an exception only for websites engaged in child pornography. It, ...
 Times of India10 hours ago
Govt reviews ban, to block only child porn sites
Widespread outrage on social media and other platforms forced the Centre on Tuesday to review the ban order on 857 websites and restrict it only to those hosting child pornography. At a meeting here with top department officials, IT and Telecom Minister Ravi ...
 Deccan Herald11 hours ago
Hindustan Times
Child pornography stays banned but govt unblocks other sites
The government directed internet services providers on Tuesday to restore access to those among 857 banned porn and humour websites that did not feature child pornographic content, without clarifying the basis for selection in the first place. ...
 Hindustan Times14 hours ago
Tech2
ISPs asked to unblock non-porn websites after high level meeting chaired by telecom minister
In a damage control mode, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad took a high-level review meeting today, which was attended by IT Secretary RS Sharma and Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, among others. The post ISPs asked to unblock non-porn websites ...
 Tech218 hours ago
Rediff.com
Govt may review ban on porn websites
'Committed to freedom of communication on the Internet', government tells telecom to unblock all non-porn sites Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government on Tuesday reviewed its order and decided to lift the ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action. The decision follows a review of the earlier order, wherein the department of telecom had asked Internet service providers to block a total of 857 websites, although some websites were ...
 Rediff.com18 hours ago
NDTV
Government Reviews Porn Websites Block; Lifts Ban on Non-Porn Websites
Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites , the government on Tuesday reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action. The decision follows a review of the earlier ...
 NDTV19 hours ago
ABP Live
Govt reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on po...
New Delhi : Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government on Tuesday reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action. Representational Picture ...
 ABP Live19 hours ago
Porn ban: Govt rejects charges of curbing freedom of expression
NEW DELHI: The government has rejected claims that it was suppressing freedom of expression by blocking access to as many as 857 pornographic websites, with officials saying they are merely following up on the Supreme Court's observations of the ...
 Economic Times1 day ago
DNA India
Porn sites blocked: Government says no 'Talibanisation'; attempts to clarify move
"My government is committed towards freedom on the social media and communication on the Internet," a minister said. Ravi Shankar Prasad File Photo The government's move to block 857 porn websites has came under harsh criticism, with some ...
 DNA India1 day ago
Government directs internet providers to block 857 porn sites
NEW DELHI | BENGALURU: The government has sent a notice to internet service providers to block more than 850 porn websites. The order was sent late on Friday and service providers have already started blocking popular porn sites like Pornhub and ...
 Economic Times2 days ago
Govt asks ISPs to block only sites promoting child porn
In a damage control mode, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad took a high-level review meeting today, which was attended by IT Secretary RS Sharma and Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, among others. The post Govt asks ISPs to block only sites ...
 Tech25 hours ago
Times of India
Govt backs down, asks to block only child porn
NEW DELHI: Within four days of banning 857 websites deemed to be pornographic and having been accused of moral policing for it, the government reversed the order on Tuesday, making an exception only for websites engaged in child pornography. It, ...
 Times of India9 hours ago
Govt reviews blocking of websites, lifts ban on non-porn sites
New Delhi: Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government on Tuesday reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material. The decision follows a review of the earlier order, wherein the Department ...
 Mathrubhumi19 hours ago
Government reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on non-porn sites
The decision follows a review of the earlier order, wherein the Department of Telecom had asked Internet service providers (ISPs) to block a total of 857 websites, although some websites were found to be hosting jokes, memes and other humourous content ...
 Jagran Post19 hours ago
NDTV
Government Reviews Websites Block; Lifts Ban on Non-Porn Websites
Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites , the government on Tuesday reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action. The decision follows a review of the earlier ...
 NDTV18 hours ago
Govt reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on non-porn sites
Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government today reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material. The decision follows a review of the earlier order, wherein the Department of Telecom had ...
 Deccan Herald19 hours ago

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