A file photo of Shaheen and Ritu outside Palghar court. Photo: Special Arrangement SLIDESHOW TOPICS Stating that the complaint against Palghar girls Shaheen Dhada (21) and Rinu Srinivasan (21), who had posted and liked a message on Facebook on ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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The Supreme Court reserved its verdict on a slew of petitions challenging the validity of Section 66A of the IT Act. The Supreme Court reserved its verdict on petitions challenging the legality of Section 66A of the IT Act, under the provisions of ...Computerworld India, 1 day ago Arguments in IT Act SC challenge end, judgment reserved Legally India, 1 day ago SC reserves verdict on plea against IT act provisions ProKerala.com, 1 day ago SC Reserves Verdict on Pleas Against IT Act Provisions New Indian Express, 2 days ago
By Satya Prakash The government appears to be blowing hot and cold on the issue of Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, often used to muzzle free speech on social media. Having admitted before the Supreme Court ...South Asia Monitor, 1 day ago Govt must do a rethink on Section 66A of IT act Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS It should be interpreted on a case by case basis The government on Wednesday argued before the Supreme Court that Section 66A of the Information Technology Act should be interpreted on a case by ...The Hindu, 2 days ago Supreme Court seeks clarity on infirmity in Section 66A Livemint.com, 2 months ago SC asks Bareilly court to pass order on Taslima case closure report ProKerala.com, 2 months ago
The Modi government is toeing the UPA's line on Section 66A after promising to repeal it while in Opposition. Why do those in power fear liberty of expression? The ongoing hearings in the Supreme Court have pitted free speech advocates, ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago Curbs on social media defended Oman Tribune, 3 weeks ago Censorship & Emergency impossible these days, gov't ASG tells Supreme Court, defending IT Act Legally India, 3 weeks ago IT Act's section 66A does not curb free speech, government tells SC ProKerala.com, 3 weeks ago
The girls, who were arrested on Sunday over a Facebook comment questioning the shutdown in Mumbai city following the death of Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, have received massive support from the public, arguing that it was in violation of Freedom ...International Business Times India, 3 weeks ago Bal Thackeray: Facebook Comment on Mumbai Shutdown Lands Two Women in Trouble International Business Times India, 1 month ago Arrest of Palghar girls over Facebook post is abuse of ... Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
Two young women were arrested here on Monday on charges of promoting enmity between classes and sending offensive messages through [a] communication service, after one posted, and the other liked, a message on Facebook on Sunday, questioning the ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
The defensive Centre said its laws are meant to fight cyber crime and not curb free expression Facing a tough time explaining in the Supreme Court where free speech ends and restrictions start for social media, the government on Tuesday said its ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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 Herald, 1 month ago Centre not averse to posts of extreme political views online Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Can't stop extreme political views, decent humour in cyber world: Centre to SC Rediff.com, 1 month ago No Prohibition for Extreme Political Views in Cyber World: Centre Tells SC New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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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.BuzzFeed, 1 month ago
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