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
Arresting someone for web comment gets tougher - DNA India, 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
A government unable to keep pace with a fast-unfolding social media revolution, unable to fathom its unbridled power and reach, is now charged with unleashing tyranny on cyberspace .Union IT Minister Kapil Sibal, however, junked allegations about ...India Today, 3 weeks ago
The state government on Monday decided to reinstate IPS officer Ravindra Sengaonkar, who was suspended for his role in the Facebook post case that followed Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackerays death. One Shaheen Dhada and her friend Renu Srinivasan...Mumbai Mirror, 2 months ago
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