New Delhi, Jan. 21: The Centre today admitted in the Supreme Court that it cannot track down people uploading objectionable content on the Internet, because anyone sitting anywhere in the world can host material on a website in India. The ... Calcutta Telegraph, 6 days ago
Indian Museum The Centre on Monday admitted in the Supreme Court that there was no standard procedure for central museums to verify the genuineness of artefacts. The submission came during a hearing related to the disappearance of a senior ...Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
New Delhi, Dec. 11: The Supreme Court today observed that Section 66A of the Information Technology Act may have been abused but mere misuse of the controversial social media law couldn't be a ground for scrapping the provision. A bench of ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
New Delhi, Dec. 9: The government today appeared to justify draconian clauses in the law governing the Internet but the Supreme Court wondered whether the special provisions were needed when the Indian Penal Code was in place. The Centre placed ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago SC ultimatum on social media law Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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