Countercurrents.org Sanjay Raut There is a huge uproar and rightly so about the Shiv Sena's statement of no voting rights for Muslims! I get it, South Indians to Biharis with Muslims being a constant, baying for the blood of communities is what ... Counter Currents, 1 month ago
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Democracy is about freedom of choice. Freedom to air opinions at open forums. Freedom to vote. Freedom to speak out against social evils, oppression by the state, and caste and religious inequalities. Democracy is also considered the mark of an ...New Indian Express, 3 days ago Freedom of expression on internet not a licence to bully girls New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
What the celebrations overlook is that the law covered cyber crime which users will now be vulnerable to. Surabhi Agarwal reports The entire army of Internet champions is out on their virtual streets to celebrate Tuesday’s quashing of the controversial provision of the Information Technology Act by the Supreme Court. But there are good reasons to say the decision may be not right. The popular view is that Section 66A of the Information Technology Act was against freedom of expression. The ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
he first thing Shaheen Dhada, better remembered as the Palghar Facebook girl, did when she woke up in her Bangalore marital home on Tuesday was to call her father and express her joy over the Supreme Court verdict on scrapping Section 66 (A) of the ...Times of India, 2 months ago
March 19, 2015: UP Police arrested a Class XI student in Rampur for making offensive remarks against Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan on Facebook. Read more: Government is not in favour of curbing dissent on social media May 12, 2014: Remarks on Prime ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago
Delivering a landmark judgement, the Supreme Court benched by J Chelameswar and R F Nariman, quashed the Section 66A of Information Technology Act, which allowed the arrest of a person for posting "offensive content" online. R F Nariman said, "The publics ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Mohammed Farooq Dhada, the father of Shaheen Dhada, whose Facebook post had created a nationwide stir in 2012, on Tuesday said the credit for the Supreme Court striking down Section 66A of IT Act "must go to my daughter". A pleased Farooq Dhada said: "I never ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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