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Bal Thackeray: Facebook Comment on Mumbai Shutdown Lands Two Women in Trouble
International Business Times India

Bal Thackeray: Facebook Comment on Mumbai Shutdown Lands Two W...

The Mumbai police reportedly arrested two women on Sunday over a Facebook comment which allegedly questioned the shutdown in the city following the death of Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray. Facebook Reuters According to the Mumbai ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
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Extreme political views on Internet can't be blocked: Govt to SC

The Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that extreme political views and decent humour in the cyber world cannot be prohibited but tried to make a case for blocking outrageous and offensive content which hurts religious sentiments. Additional Solicitor ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Centre not averse to posts of extreme political views online  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Can't stop extreme political views, decent humour in cyber world: Centre to SC  Rediff.com2 weeks ago No Prohibition for Extreme Political Views in Cyber World: Centre Tells SC  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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India's Government Wants To Ban Online Content That Offends Religion

In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo massacre Paris, which sparked international marches for freedom of expression, the Indian government wants to prohibit online content that offends religious sentiment. Condemnable & despicable attack in Paris.
 BuzzFeed2 weeks ago
Livemint.com

We want to protect right to free speech: govt to SC

New Delhi: The Union government is amenable to framing guidelines to ensure that no chilling effect is created among citizens using the Internet and publishing their opinions online, additional solicitor general Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Govt: no curbs on freedom of speech on social media

In the on-going case challenging the provisions of the Information Technology Act, the Government on Wednesday informed the Supreme Court that there are no restrictions on freedom of expression in the social media. The Supreme Court had recently ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago
Livemint.com

Supreme Court examines legality of IT Act provisions

The apex court was considering the scope of section 69A of the IT Act. Photo: Mint New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked whether it was possible for the legislative to set parameters by which it could be decided whether a website has ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago 'Heavens Won't fall' if Controversial Parts of IT Act are Stayed, Says Supreme Court  NDTV1 month ago

Law Can't Be Quashed for Not Incorporating 'Motive': SC

The Supreme Court today said the Information Technology Act provision, which gives power to arrest a person for posting objectionable comments on social websites, cannot be quashed on the ground that it does not have 'mens rea' (motive or knowledge ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Needed law against posting of objectionable material online: Government  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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Everyone who uses the internet should care about the IT Act case that's being argued in the Supreme Court right now [READ PETITIONS]

Ben Franklin would have loved arguing this one A high stakes case was part-argued today by government and nine petitioners on the constitutional validity of certain sections of the Information Technology Act 2000 . A judgment by the Supreme Court ...
 Legally India1 month ago
Livemint.com

Supreme Court seeks clarity on infirmity in Section 66A

The court observed that if the law was being abused, on a case to case basis, the same could be looked into instead of striking down the entire provision. Photo: Mint New Delhi: Is Section 66A of the Information Technology Act 2000 (IT Act), ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago SC asks Bareilly court to pass order on Taslima case closure report  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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Arrests for Posting Comments on Internet Were Grave, Brazen: SC

The Supreme Court today did not agree with the contention of the Centre that arrests of some persons for allegedly posting objectionable comments on social websites were "stray incidents", saying that even if they were aberrations, they were ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Arrests for posting comments on sites were grave, brazen: SC  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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