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Section 66A: Meet Shreya Singhal, who fought for Internet freedom

Section 66A: Meet Shreya Singhal, who fought for Internet freedom

News24 Bureau New Delhi: Supreme Court's verdict to scrap the Information Technology (IT) Act's section 66A, which allowed arrests for offensive content online, is a huge victory for law student Shreya Ghoshal. Shreya, a Delhi University ... News24online, 2 days ago

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Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act

The government welcomes the Supreme Court judgment, said Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. New Delhi: While defending Section 66 (A), a law that allowed arrests for offensive content online, the government had told the Supreme Court ...
 NDTV3 days ago BJP welcomes controversial section 66 A's scrapping  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Does Scrapping Sec 66A Bring Total Freedom To Cyber Space?  Channel Times1 day ago Scrapping Sec 66A Won't Bring Total Freedom To Cyber Space  CXOtoday2 days ago

The Return of Freedom of Speech

With the Supreme Court striking down Section 66 A of the Information and Technology Act on Tuesday, internet users in the city have unanimously welcomed the judgement and claim that their Freedom of Speech has been restored. This was much-needed, ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago Internet freedom at last: Section 66 A of IT act struck down  One India3 days ago Kamal Haasan on Section 66(A): Such Guidelines Stifle Freedom of Filmmakers  NDTV3 days ago

Freedom of expression restored: Ravi Srinivasan

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Exactly a few hours after the apex court struck down Section 66 A of the Information and Technology Act, Puducherry-based businessman Ravi Srinivasan, who was arrested in 2012 for his tweets against Congress ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

‘SC quashed one section against online freedom, upheld another’

While cyber-transparency advocates have welcomed the Supreme Court order quashing Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, many say the order isn’t quite as sweeping as it seems on freedom of speech; the order upholds a clause on blocking sites and ...
 Times of India2 days ago SC quashed one section against online freedom, upheld another  Times of India2 days ago

Freedom of Information request submitted for South Yarra Station

The Freedom of Information Act stipulates the department has 45 days to respond to Mr Hibbins' request. "I'm calling on the Government to release this information, include a South Yarra station interchange as part of the Melbourne Metro and fund a ...
 Noodls2 days ago Major amendments to the Freedom of Information Act require local government attention now  MSU Extension1 week ago K'taka not to implement new vehicle tax Act  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Digvijay Singh pitches for 'Freedom of Religion Act'

"Instead of anti-conversion law we need 'freedom of religion act'," Singh told reporters in an informal chat. His statement comes at a time when RSS and VHP have been advocating for strong anti-co
 Economic Times2 months ago Digvijay pitches for 'Freedom of Religion Act'  Economic Times2 months ago

IT Act cannot gag freedom of speech: SC

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 the social media within ...
 Prokerala3 days ago

Sec 66 A scrapped: SC gives freedom to Internet users; how celebrities, others reacted

New Delhi, March 24: The Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 24 struck down the validity of Section 66 A of the Information Technology (IT) Act terming it as unconstitutional. Speaking about the Supreme Court verdict, petitioner in the case, Shreya Singhal was ...
 One India3 days ago
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Alberta Minister Bhullar doesn't deny asking opposition to seek Lukaszuk's cellphone bill

An Alberta cabinet minister isn't denying that he approached opposition parties about filing a freedom of information request for the cellphone bills racked up by one of his own colleagues. Repeated questions have been raised in recent weeks ...
 Metro Canada1 day ago
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