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Section 66A of IT Act: Renu Srinivasan, Shaheen Dhada’s fami...

When Shaheen landed up at the Palghar police station after deleting her comment, she found her college mate Renu Srinivasan whose crime was to ‘like’. MUMBAI: Every day thousands of people die. But still the world moves on. Just due to one ... Economic Times, 3 days ago
Pune Mirror

Relieved, say Palghar girls whose arrest started it all

However, Shaheen Dhada and Renu Srinivasan are still waiting for the state's compensation The two Palghar women arrested in 2012 over a Facebook comment questioning Mumbai's shutdown after Bal Thackeray's death, said they were relieved that the ...
 Pune Mirror3 days ago Happy, say Palghar girlswhose arrest started it all  AhmedabadMirror.com3 days ago Happy, say Palghar girls whose arrest started it all  Mumbai Mirror3 days ago Thackeray FB Post: Big Personalities Support Traumatised Girls  International Business Times India1 month ago

Life with Section 66A

The first 'casualty' recalls horror »He is no lawyer or judge, but the 47-year old Puducherry salesman R Ravi Srinivasan has been in court regularly since 2012 for reportedly tweeting against then Union minister P Chidambarams son Karti, reports DHNS ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
India Today

'Credit must go to my daughter for 66A quashing'

Shaheen Dhada and Rinu Srinivasan, who were arrested for their comments on a social website, after their release on bail by the Palghar court in Mumbai.FILE PHOTO:PTI Mohammed Farooq Dhada, father of Shaheen Dhada, whose Facebook post had created ...
 The Hindu3 days ago Section 66A victims ecstatic at Supreme Court's verdict  ABP Live4 days ago Top 6 arrests before Section 66A  India Today2 days ago SC upholds freedom of speech online, strikes down Section 66A  News24online3 days ago
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Arabian Business

India ditches jail terms for offensive online posts

India's top court struck down a law on Tuesday that gave authorities powers to jail people for offensive online posts, a verdict hailed as a victory for free speech in the world's largest growth market for the Internet. Section 66A of the country's ...
 Arabian Business3 days ago India's going to stop arresting people for stuff they post on Facebook  GlobalPost3 days ago India campaign lands blow for free speech  BBC4 days ago India's top court ditches 'Facebook' arrest rules  Reuters UK4 days ago
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Jagran Post

13 infamous cases in which Section 66A was misused

In light of the Supreme Court quashing Section 66A of the IT Act on Tuesday and declaring that the Act was misused, here's a quick run through some controversial cases. March 19, 2015: UP Police arrested a Class XI student in Rampur for making ...
 India Today3 days ago Some infamous cases registered under IT Act in India  ProKerala.com4 days ago 10 cases when Section 66A was blatantly misused  DNA India4 days ago A list of Section 66A arrestsin India through the years  Media Nama4 days ago
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Thumbs up to social media

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The HIndu Annapoorna Photo: S. Gopakumar The HIndu Ganesh Gopal The HIndu Soumya TOPICS Youngsters welcome the Supreme Court judgment that speaks up for freedom of expression Like it or not, ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

The student who took on India's internet laws

From the section India The young law student who instigated the scrapping of a controversial Indian internet law has told the BBC she is "ecstatic" it has been overturned. Shreya Singhal filed the first petition against the law - which allowed ...
 BBC3 days ago India court scraps online arrest law  XinMsn4 days ago Indian Court Scraps Online Arrest Law  Asians.co.uk3 days ago

Everything You Need to Know About The 24-Year-Old Girl Who Took Down #66A

The Supreme Court today quashed Article 66A of the IT Act that had a provision for arrest for posting "objectionable content". Of course this definition of "Objectionable" was conveniently interpreted by the powers-that-be landing several youngsters ...
 Indiatimes3 days ago
Bangalore Mirror

Mom said I should do something if I was so outraged

She did her bachelors in astrophysics from UK's Bristol University, spending long hours working out of a Harry Potteresque tower on campus before deciding to come back to India to study law, the profession of her grandmother and mother. Her ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 days ago
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