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HC restrains unauthorised broadcast of Tokyo Olympics by cable operators

New Delhi: The Delhi high court has restrained the unauthorised broadcast of the upcoming Tokyo Olympics by several rogue websites, multi-system operators, and local cable operators. The much-awaited international sports extravaganza is set to begin on 23 July and conclude on 8 August. The court...

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Twitter complies with new IT rules

New Delhi: The social media giant Twitter on Monday told the Delhi high court that it has appointed the grievance redressal officer, as required under the new IT (guidelines for intermediaries and digital media ethics code) rules, 2021. The court was hearing a plea by one Amit Acharya, alleging...

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No accounts will be deleted because of the new update, says WhatsApp

Facebook owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp has clarified that it will not delete Indian user accounts that do not accept its new privacy policy. The app had earlier told users that if they do not accept the new update by 15 May, they would lose access to their accounts.

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Delhi HC dismisses WhatsApp, Facebook pleas against CCI order

New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Thursday dismissed the plea filed by Facebook and WhatsApp challenging the Competition Commission of India (CCI) order directing a probe into its controversial new privacy policy. The court said it found no merits in the petition and refused to quash the CCI probe.

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Petition filed against new intermediary and digital media rules before Delhi HC

Last month, the Centre notified new rules for digital media which caused a stir amid the industry’s online content providers. Now, a petition has been moved before the Delhi high court challenging the new rules under the Information Technology Act to regulate internet intermediaries, over-the-top (...

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