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Centre has no intention to curb social media
We stand for freedom of speech and expression, says Prasad Mumbai, March 24: Minister for Telecom & IT Ravi Shankar Prasad said the Centre absolutely respects the right to freedom of speech and expression on social media and has no ...
 Hindu Business Line6 days ago
Firstpost.com
Live: SC strikes down Section 66A of IT Act, Telecom ...
12:15 pm: Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad defends govt's stand, says it supports freedom of speech "These cases were pending before we came to power. After we came to power the government took a very conscious decision that we don't support ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago
Indian Supreme Court recognises the Freedom platform that social media is
Related Items Facebook Information Technology Act Ravi Shankar Prasad Section 66A Shrenik Gandhi social media Supreme Court White Rivers Digital The power and reach of social media has augmented immensely in the last 12-18 months in ...
 Digital Market Asia6 days ago
Ban on Nirbhaya documentary: Ravi Shankar Prasad says Modi government respects f ...
Ban on Nirbhaya documentary: Ravi Shankar Prasad says Modi government respects freedo ... Reacting on the government move on the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape - India 's
 INooz3 weeks ago
Manorama Online
Victory of common man's free speech: Section 66A victims
New Delhi/Kolkata/Mumbai: The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the victims, who described ...
 Manorama Online5 days ago
In 2008, IT law was supported by all parties
Even as the Supreme Court struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology (IT) Act on Tuesday, the ruling BJP and opposition Congress blamed each other for having enacted the draconian provision. But parliamentary records show that the amended ...
 DNA India6 days ago
Govt for freedom of speech but with reasonable restrictions, says IT minister
NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday sought to throw its weight behind the concept of freedom of speech and expression on the social media, but pitched for "reasonable restrictions" and "self-restraint" by the online community and social media ...
 Times of India6 days ago
SC scraps Section 66 A of IT Act
Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66 A of the Information and Technology Act, which allows police to arrest people for posting offensive content on the internet. The court, however, allowed the government to block websites if their ...
 Nagaland Post6 days ago
Apex court speaks up for free speech
In a landmark judgment on the right to freedom of speech on the internet, the Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology (IT) Act that empowered the police to make arrests over contentious posts ...
 Financial Express6 days ago
Supreme Court Orders Virtual Freedom, Deletes 66(A): Netas vs Netizens?
| Duration: 51 min, 22 sec Tonight on The Buck Stops Here: The UPA brought Section 66(A) of the IT Act, the BJP failed to kill it. Today, Supreme Court struck it down as unconstitutional and both parties welcomed court's decision. On The Buck Stops ...
 NDTV6 days ago
Victory for free speech as apex court hits delete button on Section 66A
In a major victory for Internet users in the country, the Supreme Court has struck down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which dealt with posts and comments on online platforms. On Tuesday, the Court held the ...
 Hindu Business Line6 days ago
Firstpost.com
Live: Why didn't they repeal Section 66A of IT Act? ...
1:30 pm: Chidambaram says Section 66A was 'poorly drafted, son Karti says he didn't misuse the law Congress leader P Chidambaramtoday joined the long list of Congress leaders to welcome the Supreme Court judgement holding Section 66Aof the IT Act ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago
IT Act cannot gag freedom of speech: SC
New Delhi, March 24 The Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed the much-denounced Section 66A of the Information Technology Act of 2008 after finding it violative of the freedom of speech guaranteed by the Constitution, triggering a frenzy of laudatory ...
 ProKerala.com6 days ago
India Today
Ecstatic 66A victims celebrate Supreme Court verdict
The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the victims, who described it as a victory for the ...
 India Today6 days ago
NDTV
Section 66(A) Gone. Supreme Court Sides With Free Speech Online.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has scrapped a contentious law that was seen as a major infringement of the freedom of speech online because it allowed the arrest of a person for posting "offensive" content. Section 66(A) of the Information Technology ...
 NDTV6 days ago
SC quashes Section 66A, victims ecstatic
New Delhi/Kolkata/Mumbai, March 24 The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the victims, who ...
 ProKerala.com6 days ago
Firstpost.com
SC's Section 66A ruling: BJP pays the price for a ...
Narendra Modi is indisputably India's Number One Social Media politician. No other politician has been able to harness the power of social media as astutely as he did in his run-up to power. Therefore it is especially embarrassing for his ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago
Firstpost.com
SC strikes down Section 66A: BJP pays the price for a ...
Narendra Modi is indisputably India's Number One Social Media politician. No other politician has been able to harness the power of social media as astutely as he did in his run-up to power. Therefore it is especially embarrassing for his ...
 Firstpost.com5 days ago
Political parties differ over SC quashing controversial Section 66A
New Delhi: The BJP, AAP and CPI-M on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court verdict striking down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which was used to arrest people over social media postings. The Congress said it respected ...
 Mid Day5 days ago
Apex court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act
The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which could land a person in jail for up to three years for posting "offensive, annoying or inconvenient" materials on any online platform. A bench of justices J ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
SC strikes Section 66A; says it's unconstitutional
NEW DELHI: Free speech will rule "market place of ideas" called the Internet, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday, striking down a muchcriticised and much-abused provision in the Information Technology Act that allowed police to arrest anyone posting ...
 Economic Times6 days ago
Parties differ over SC quashing Section 66A (Political Roundup)
New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) The BJP, AAP and CPI-M on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court verdict striking down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which was used to arrest people over social media postings. The Congress ...
 Chennai Online6 days ago
SC Strikes Down Section 66A As Unconstitutional!
Published on Tue, Mar 24,2015|20:52, Updated at Tue, Mar 24 at 20:52Source : Moneycontrol.com By: Payaswini Upadhyay, CNBC-TV18 9 petitions, one prayer- strike down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 as ...
 Moneycontrol.com6 days ago
Supreme Court strikes down section 66A of IT Act
New Delhi In a landmark judgement upholding freedom of expression, the Supreme Court of India on Tuesday struck down a provision in the cyber law which provides power to arrest a person for posting allegedly offensive content on websites. ...
 DeshGujarat6 days ago
Firstpost.com
SC's Section 66A ruling: BJP pays price for a ...
Narendra Modi is indisputably India's Number One Social Media politician. No other politician has been able to harness the power of social media as astutely as he did in his run-up to power. Therefore it is especially embarrassing for his ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago
Section 66A victims ecstatic at Supreme Court's verdict
Palaghar victim Renu New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The ...
 ABP Live6 days ago
Manorama Online
Political parties differ over SC quashing Section 66A
New Delhi: The BJP, AAP and CPM on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court verdict striking down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which was used to arrest people over social media postings. The Congress said it respected ...
 Manorama Online6 days ago
Parties differ over SC quashing Section 66A
New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) The BJP, AAP and CPI-M on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court verdict striking down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which was used to arrest people over social media postings. The Congress ...
 Mangalorean6 days ago
Parties differ over SC quashing Section …
New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) The BJP, AAP and CPI-M on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court verdict striking down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which was used to arrest people over social media postings. The Congress ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago
Parties differ over SC quashing Section 66A
New Delhi, March 24 The BJP, AAP and CPI-M on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court verdict striking down the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which was used to arrest people over social media postings. The Congress said it ...
 ProKerala.com6 days ago
IT Act cannot gag freedom of speech: SC (Roundup)
New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed the much-denounced Section 66A of the Information Technology Act of 2008 after finding it violative of the freedom of speech guaranteed by the Constitution, triggering a frenzy of ...
 Chennai Online6 days ago
IT Act cannot gag freedom of speech: Supreme Court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed the much-denounced Section 66A of the Information Technology Act of 2008 after finding it violative of the freedom of speech guaranteed by the Constitution, triggering a frenzy of laudatory posts in ...
 ZeeNews.com6 days ago
IT Act cannot gag freedom of speech: …
New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed the much-denounced Section 66A of the Information Technology Act of 2008 after finding it violative of the freedom of speech guaranteed by the Constitution, triggering a frenzy of ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago
SC quashes Section 66A, victims ecstatic (Second Lead)
New Delhi/Kolkata/Mumbai, March 24 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the victims, ...
 Chennai Online6 days ago
SC quashes Section 66A, victims ecstatic (Second Lead)
The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the victims, who described it as a victory for the ...
 NetIndia123.com6 days ago
SC quashes Section 66A, victims ecstatic
New Delhi/Kolkata/Mumbai, March 24 (IANS): The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the ...
 Daijiworldcom6 days ago
SC quashes Section 66A, victims ecs …
New Delhi/Kolkata/Mumbai, March 24 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial provision used to arrest people for their social media postings. The verdict was hailed by the victims, ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago
Firstpost.com
Live: SC strikes down Section 66A of IT Act, ...
1:30 pm: Chidambaram says Section 66A was 'poorly drafted, son Karti says he didn't misuse the law Congress leader P Chidambaramtoday joined the long list of Congress leaders to welcome the Supreme Court judgement holding Section 66Aof the IT Act ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago

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