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Encryption vs Compliance: The new IT Act guidelines put messaging services like WhatsApp in a tight situation

To comply with the new IT Act guidelines, services like WhatsApp will have to break its famous end-to-end encryption

Govt removes safety net that allowed platforms like Twitter to not take responsibility for their misuse, officials can be penalised

If social media platforms don’t comply with the provisions of new guidelines, this will attract penal provisions under the IT Act

‘Twitter cannot assume the role of Court and justify non-compliance’: Exclusive details of Govt notice after platform unblocked genocide hashtag accounts

The Indian Government has sent a notice to Twitter for violating Indian laws by unblocking accounts that trended genocide hashtag.

Man booked for posing as member of ‘right-wing’ group and collecting money in Ram Mandir’s name

A man has been booked in UP for posing as member of a right-wing outfit and collecting money as donations for Ram Mandir.

I am shocked that P Chidambaram is shocked about draconian anti-FOE law by Kerala govt

Throwback to the time Congress-led UPA brought in the draconian section 66A of the IT Act that could put one in jail for 3 years over 'offensive' social media posts

FIR registered against Ekta Kapoor and others on charges of hurting religious sentiments and insulting army personnel in erotic web series XXX

The complainant Neeraj Yagnik said that he registered a complaint after he noted that there has been objectionable use of national emblem and army uniform in the web series.

Case filed against actress Payal Rohatgi for allegedly insulting Nehru family: Read details of what she had said about Motilal Nehru

Case under IT Act filed against Payal Rohatgi on a complaint by a Youth Congress leader

Chhattisgarh: Congress-led Baghel govt arrests man under sedition charges for sharing video about power cuts

A man has been arrested in Chhattisgarh under sedition section 124A for expressing his lament on Social Media about the rampant electricity cuts.

Congress needs to remember its own legacy of ‘snooping’ before lying about Home Ministry’s order

UPA government had 'snooped' into thousands of phones and emails every month during their rule, an RTI query has revealed.

Congress is lying about Home Ministry order on intercepting computer data allowing snooping on general public

Agencies could already intercept communication as per IT Act 2000 and IT Rules 2009, now MHA order only specifies the agencies

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