Twitter may lose legal protections in India if it doesn’t follow the gov new digital rules

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Last month, the current rules, which came into force last month, require excellent social media such as Facebook or Twitter to appoint a complaints officer, node, an officer, and a chief compliance officer, based in India.

New Delhi: Twitter should be addressed to the government to “do it all” to comply with the new era of digital a general rule has been appointed by any of the Indian officials. It is necessary to do so—however, the promise of an update in a month.

The site states that the establishment of the hub, and a permanent contract, the complaints officer, who is in an advanced stage of completing a chief compliance officer.

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“We are aware of the importance of these rules, and, to be honest, we’re trying to follow along with, including, in the case of the employment of the staff in India. The rules were that it is up-to-date, February 25, and the global impact of the pandemic, in practice, this has made it difficult for us to take a certain number of steps which are necessary to comply with the rule, period, the social media giant’s spokesperson confirmed today.

“We are planning to provide additional information in the next few days, and in any case within one week,” the company said on Twitter.

He also wrote that he is committed to serving the people of India, providing a platform for public discussion in India, especially at critical times, and, in a state of emergency, along with what we’re seeing around the world in the past couple of months.”

Last week, the government and the company shall be issued a “final warning” of the new rules, stating that its refusal to do so shows a lack of commitment to and effort to ensure safe practices for the people of India on its platform.

“Even though Twitter, Inc has been operating in India for more than a decade, it is difficult to believe that It refused to create a system that would enable the Indian people to solve their problem on the platform, at the time, and transparently, and that the actual processes employing a precisely defined the Indian-based resources, and the Department of the Electronic and Information Technology, said.

Last month, the new rules, which came into force last month, require great social media such as Facebook or Twitter to appoint a complaints officer, node, an officer, and a chief compliance officer based in India.

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The rules call for the company to exercise all the more necessary, in our sole discretion, and remove content marked as offensive and within 36 hours. They ought to look at the ’cause’ of any such information that undermines India’s sovereignty, national security, or public order.

1comment On the platform, to meet these requirements, they will lose their intermediary status, which means that they are not threatened by the criminalization of their websites’ content.

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