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Govt serves 'one last notice' to Twitter to 'immediately' comply with IT rules

New Delhi: The government on Saturday issued 'one last notice' to Twitter Inc asking it to immediately comply with the new IT rules, failing which it could face stern action and lose exemption from liability under section 79 of the IT Act, 2000. This essentially means that the platform could be...

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IT rules not applicable to search engines: Google

KOLKATA: The new IT rules for digital media are not applicable to search engines, Google argued in the Delhi high court on Wednesday. It also urged the court to set aside a single judge order passed earlier in relation to the removal of 'offending content' posted on a website.

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WhatsApp appoints grievance officer for India

KOLKATA: Amid talks over implementation of new IT rules, messaging platform WhatsApp has appointed Paresh B Lal as grievance officer in India. WhatsApp has updated the new appointment on its website so users can contact Paresh B through a post box in Banjara Hills at Hyderabad in Telangana state....

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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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Bombay HC tells Mumbai police not to harass Hansa employees

Bombay high court told Mumbai police not to harass Hansa Group’s employees by calling them every day to the crime branch. This was in response to a plea moved by the research agency citing harassment faced by its staff allegedly on account of their reluctance to give false statements against...

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