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‘Digital Personal Data Protection Bill will protect the rights of all citizens, allow expansion of innovation economy’: MoS Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Rajeev Chandrasekhar explained that "This new Bill after it is passed by Parliament, will protect the rights of ALL citizens, allow the innovation economy to expand and permit Govt's lawful n legitimate access in national security and emergencies like pandemics and earthquakes etc." 

Amazon Web Services to invest over 1 lakh crore in cloud infrastructure in India by 2030

Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Thursday announced it plans to invest USD 12.7 billion (Rs 1,05,600 crore) in cloud infrastructure in India by 2030

Accenture India fires a large number of employees for taking jobs using fake experience letters

Accenture India fires a large number of people after finding out that their experience credentials were fake

DPS MMS Scandal: India’s first MMS scandal where a video of 2 students was sold online

In 2004, a clip of two DPS students indulged in sexual activity was sold online and offline. It was deemed as the first MMS scandal on the country.

Complaint filed in the case of sexual harassment of Hindu women, whose pics were pornographically morphed for ‘stud Muslim men’

Complaint filed against Reddit and users who morphed images of Hindu women in a sexually derogatory manner.

Bombay HC stays provisions of new IT Rules requiring digital media houses to follow Code of Ethics, refuses to stay other Rules

The Bombay High Court stayed Rules 9(1) and 9(3) of the new IT Rules that deal with adherence to Code of Ethics by digital media

Twitter tells Delhi HC it has complied with new IT rules, appoints Former ByteDance Executive as permanent Nodal Contact Officer

Former ByteDance grievance officer Shahin Komath appointed as Nodal Contact Officer by Twitter in India as per the new IT rules

‘Law of land is supreme, Twitter must follow rules’: IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw gives stern warning to Twitter after he is sworn in

The warning comes amidst the ongoing war of words between the Indian government and Twitter over the new IT rules

Twitter lies about appointment of Grievance Officer: What Delhi Court said while taking Twitter to task as they asked for ‘more time’

The Delhi HC is hearing a plea seeking directions to Twitter to appoint a Grievance Officer as mandated under IT Rules 2021

Twitter is yet to fully comply with IT Rules 2021 despite three months granted for the same, GOI tells Delhi HC

On June 5, GOI issued a final notice to Twitter for compliance with the new IT Rules 2021, still latter has not complied with the new rules

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