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India Today

"All free speech and hate speech is in context"

Karuna Nundy, Supreme Court advocate and All India Bakchod's lawyer. Senior Editor Gayatri Jayaraman interviews Karuna Nundy, Supreme Court advocate and All India Bakchod's lawyer in the Roast case. Excerpts: Q. What laws are you breaking in a ticketed Roast ... India Today, 1 month ago

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Techtree

66A FAQ: Why the Campaigners Are Still Unhappy

India’s highest court has struck down a law that made posting offensive comments a crime punishable by a prison term of up to three years. Section 66A was sweeping and draconian, say free speech campaigners, and was repeatedly abused across the country.
 Techtree2 days ago Say You Like It  Navhind Times4 days ago Section 66A scrapped: How people on Twitter reacted  Media Nama5 days ago Now trending #Sec66A: Twitter celebrates as SC scraps 'draconian' act  Times of India5 days ago

Shreya Singhal: saviour of freedom of speech in India?

Law student Shreya Singhal wins her legal fight to scrap a draconian law threatening up to three years in prison for anyone who publishes information that annoys or inconveniences others. Since it was enacted in 2000, the controversial Information ...
 Channel 44 days ago

SC scraps Section 66A: A progressive move, say lawyers, ...

New Delhi: Lawyers, artists and activists struggling to preserve freedom of expression have welcomed the Supreme Court's decision to scrap the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act and hoped that with the "landmark judgment" ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago Landmark judgement: How lawyers, artists and activists welcomed scrapping of Section 66A  Firstpost.com5 days ago

Victory for team of young lawyers, activists

Tuesday's verdict is a victory for a loose coalition of young lawyers, Internet activists and researchers who filed separate petitions but helped each other with backroom work and creating public opinion over the last two years. Among the young ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
Time

Indian Supreme Court repeals online censorship law

Top court says law was misused and restricted freedom of expression. Free-speech campaigners have lauded the Indian Supreme Court's decision to strike down a law used for online censorship. The court ruled on Tuesday on a part of the country's ...
 Turkish Weekly5 days ago India Repeals Controversial Law Banning Offensive Online Content  Time5 days ago

#id5734.prefinit .imgmask{background-image:url("http://www.legallyindia.com/images/kianganz/f3sslwbo_098f1dc81c68ae028b10969055ac6276.jpg");width:px;height:px;}Massive freedom of speech victory for many lawyers: SC's Chelameswar, Nariman strike down vague

Social media was abuzz in celebration this morning as Supreme Court justices J Chelameswar and Rohinton Fali Nariman read down section 66A of the Information Technology Act, though upheld section 69A that allows the central government to block ...
 Legally India5 days ago
Neowin.net

Where husbands rape without penalty

The number of women sexually assaulted by their husbands is 40 times the number of women attacked by men they don't know. Yet, marital rape is legal. The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013, states: "Sexual intercourse or sexual acts by a man with ...
 CNN3 weeks ago Where marital rape is legal  CNN3 weeks ago Why is marital rape still legal in India?  CNN3 weeks ago Marital rape: Why is it legal in India?  Channel40003 weeks ago
Quartz

The new shades of feminism

The 2012 Delhi gang rape sparked a new wave of feminism in India, one that was unapologetic and unflinching. Today, a bunch of activists are working across the spectrum, defending internet freedom, keeping up the heat on sexual abusers in high ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago India's women are themselves divided over the ban on the Delhi gang rape documentary  Quartz3 weeks ago

Post win, AAP bears burden of great expectations from women

NEW DELHI: Heading for the chief minister's chair for a second stint — this time with an unprecedented and decisive mandate — Arvind Kejriwal has a long to-do list on women's safety. The Aam Aadmi Party had made women's safety an electoral ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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