June 7, 2023

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Twitter loses government support in India: it is no longer protected by user-uploaded content

Twitter It has lost its responsibility to protect the content that social users post on the social network India Because Its “non-compliance” with the country’s new technological rules.

TweetD.Er is in conflict with the government India Its new Internet rules, known as the Information Technology Rules (Code of Intermediate Guidelines and Code of Conduct for Digital Media), were announced in February.

They mandate that social media companies remove content within 36 hours of legal notification and use automated procedures to remove offensive content. Sites must appoint three full-time administrators, who must be residents India, Comply with regulations, complaints and coordination with law enforcement agencies.

However, it may seem safe from hazardous materials, India The pressure is on Twitter For what Eliminate criticism for actions against the government COVID-19, This country is one of the most severely affected in the world.

Now they can face charges

Company executives may face criminal charges for objectionable material for losing their content liability protections. Twitter.

The Indian Police has brought at least five cases against the company or its officers Child pornography and slanderous content. A statement was recently issued to the police in the state of Uttar Pradesh against the leader Twitter Ann India, Manish Maheshwari, in the publication of a map India This showed the disputed Kashmir region as a separate country.

Minister Information And technology India, Ravi Shankar recently praised other US technology companies for following the rules. As part of its respective compliance statements, it said Facebook took action against 30 million content from May 15 to June 15; Your subsidiary Instagram About two million posts were deleted in a single period; Y Google It said it had deleted 59,350 objectionable posts.

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