India's Supreme Court has that only high-ranking police officers can order the arrests of citizens that post or like "objectionable" statements on Facebook, following public outrage over the arrests of people doing so. According to a Times of India ... ZDNet, 4 days ago
Court sets norms for arrest over social media posts - Oman Tribune, 5 days ago
Jaya Vindhayal, GS Of PUCL Arrested For Objectionable Post On Facebook. Arrests Made Under IT Act 66A While There Is A PIL Pending - Business 2 Community, 5 days ago
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The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a plea seeking to restrain the government from taking any coercive actions against alleged objectionable posts on social networking sites. Law student Shreya Singhal filed a PIL against section 66A of ...DNA India, 6 days ago Crackdown over Facebook, Google posts: Supreme Court to hear plea on objectionable content Indian Express, 6 days ago SC to hear plea to prevent govt action against Facebook comments The Hindu, 6 days ago SC to hear plea against govt action over online posts Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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