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IT Act: SC to examine term grossly offensive


Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. After hearing Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for Gujarat, who opposed the plea, the bench posted the matter for February 19, asking the parties to place before it the Gujarat High Court judgement ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
‘Section 66A for cyber crimes’ Asian Age, 1 month ago
IT Act: SC to examine term grossly offensive, 1 month ago

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Extreme political views not prohibited in cyber world: Govt to SC

al views or contrary views and decent humour cannot be prohibited," Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta said. NEW DELHI: Government today told the Supreme Court that it was not averse to the posting of extreme political views in the cyber world ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Extreme political views on Internet can't be blocked: Govt to SC  Deccan Herald2 months ago Can't stop extreme political views, decent humour in cyber world: Centre to SC  Rediff.com2 months ago

66A FAQ: Why the Campaigners Are Still Unhappy

India’s highest court has struck down a law that made posting offensive comments a crime punishable by a prison term of up to three years. Section 66A was sweeping and draconian, say free speech campaigners, and was repeatedly abused across the country.
 Techtree5 days ago India campaign lands blow for free speech  BBC1 week ago Is India cracking down on Internet?  CNN1 month ago World's biggest democracy has a Big Brother problem  CNN1 month ago

SC-WEBSITES-UK - SC refers UK verdicts to show vagueness of S-66A of IT Act

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Mar 24 (PTI) Two UK verdicts, cited by the Centre to save its controversial cyber law provision, today boomeranged as the Supreme Court used them to demonstrate the "vagueness" of the terms used in the ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago SC refers UK verdicts to show vagueness of S-66A of IT Act  Economic Times1 week ago SC Refers To UK Verdicts to Show 'Vagueness' of Sec 66A  Outlook India1 week ago
India Today

Meet Shreya Singhal: Girl who slayed section 66A

It was a deeply disturbing homecoming for Shreya Singhal, then 21. She had returned to India from her astrophysics course at the UK's Bristol University in 2012, when news of a series of netizens' arrests spurred by powerful politicians started ...
 India Today1 week ago The girl who slayed Section 66A  Yahoo! India1 week ago Shreya Singhal: Girl who slayed section 66A  Business Today India1 week ago

Supreme Court upholds free speech on internet, scraps Section 66A of IT Act

New Delhi: In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed Section 66 A of IT Act that allowed arrests for objectionable content online. The apex court, while passing its ruling, observed that the Section 66A of the IT Act was 'too ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act  NDTV1 week ago India's Supreme Court Backs Free Speech Online  Bloomberg1 week ago SC's Section 66A ruling: BJP pays the price for a ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago
The Freepress Journal

Cyber space: free of fear of arrest

New Delhi : India's cyber space is now free from the fear of arrests. In a boost to the citizen's freedom of expression, a two judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising justices J Chelameswar and Rohinton Nariman has struck down as ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago

'If Needed, Amendment to IT Act Will be Done After Widest Consultation,' says Minister

The government welcomes the Supreme Court judgment, said Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. New Delhi: While defending Section 66 (A), a law that allowed arrests for offensive content online, the government had told the ...
 NDTV1 week ago We don't support UPA stand on 66A, says IT minister  Rediff.com1 week ago Modi govt welcomes judgment on Sec 66A: Ravi Shankar Prasad  Rediff.com1 week ago Section 66A: Government to come up with a structured response soon  DNA India1 week ago
Bar & Bench

Section 66A is unconstitutional for being vague - Supreme Court [Read Judgment]

After two months of gripping arguments, the Supreme Court today declared as unconstitutional, one of the most intensely debated statutory provisions of late Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000. The Judgment The pronouncement ...
 Bar & Bench1 week ago

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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, as the new partnership under Mumbai-based brother Cyril Shroff is set to be known when started from 1 April, has finalised a list of seven new equity partners, and 12 new salaried partners to be promoted in its existing ...
 Legally India1 week ago [Exclusive] Meet the new team at Cyril's Amarchand Mangaldas - 5 new equity Partners, 12 SalariedNew  Bar & Bench1 week ago
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